Jennifer Long is a Canadian artist, curator and arts administrator. Her art practice draws inspiration from the quiet moments and rituals of everyday life in order to explore the  complexities of women's experiences. Long’s artwork has been exhibited internationally at galleries including Centre Culturel  Calouste Gulbenkian (FR), Städtische Gallery (DE), Museum of Motherhood (USA), and Harbourfront Centre (CDN). Her practice has been included in numerous publications, most recently BlackFlash Magazine (2021), Mothers’ Day (Artist Residency In Motherhood, 2020), and Mothers, Mothering, and Covid-19: Dispatches from a  Pandemic (Demeter Press, 2021). In April 2023 her Caesura series will be part of Tether, a group exhibition at Thames Art Gallery.  Tether explores narratives of motherhood and correlated themes.

In support of her artwork, Long has received grants from the Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council and The Canada Council for The Arts.  Long is a founding member and co-director of the Feminist Photography Network, a  nexus for research on the relationship between Feminism and lens-based media. 

Image: Untitled from the Caesura series, created with support from Canada Council for the Arts & Toronto Arts Council Funded by The City of Toronto.

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