Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae 2023 | Ingrid Mayrhofer | 

York University, Master of Arts in the Program of Interdisciplinary Studies

York University, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Graduated Dean’s honour roll


2023 – Infrastructures of Dissent, Mayworks exhibition at Workers’ Arts and Heritage Centre, Hamilton, ON

2022/23 – Voices, Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, ON  

2022 –After All That Was Solid Melts Into Air, Art Gallery of Hamilton

2021 –Residual States, Centre3, Hamilton, ON 

2020 –Altered Elements, Carnegie Gallery, Hamilton Potters’ Guild Biennial

2019/20 –After Krieghoff, Orillia Museum of Art and History

2019 –Bag Palm, you me Gallery, Supercrawl weekend

2018 –After Krieghoff, Centre3 member gallery and 

ART/TECH@STEAM, Saint Thomas, ON 

Nicaragua Sketchbooks, Gallery4, HPL & Rebecca Gallery, Toronto

2017 –POV Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Winnipeg, MB – photography 

Future Shock: A Requiem of the Past, and 

Ontario Ink 150, curated by Kiera Boult Centre3, Hamilton

2016/17-unfinished, part of Enraged, Inertia Ran Off

-Steel Town collagraphs, Carnegie Gallery, 

Cash Money and Hamilton Biennale, Hundreddollargallery, Hamilton

2015 –Magic, Centre3 for Print and Media Arts 

Recent Impressions, Rebecca Gallery, Toronto, 

Self Similar, part of (-) HOME curated by Hitoko Okada, for WAHC, Hamilton 

2014 –wall flowers, part of Art S.E.A.L.S. curated by 

Alana Bartol, Art Gallery of Windsor 

Patchwork, curated by Hitoko Okada 

Undefined, installation, Roadside Attractions, 

2013 –Undefined, installation, A Space Windows, TO 

CT Print Bienale, Santiago and Havana, Cuba 

Placeholders, King William St. ArtWalk, Hamilton

2012 –Objects Subject to Change, drypoints 

member exhibition Centre 3, Hamilton, 

2011 –This Woman’s Work, curated by Sally Frater, Project Space, Hamilton 

-Whirligig, you me gallery, Hamilton 

The Puzzle, Campbell House, Toronto

2010 –Culture/Nature, Limlip Museum, Korea, The Print Studio and you me gallery, Hamilton

2006 –Art and Activism, curated by Kym Preusse YYZ, Toronto

2004 –Arts Against the Occupation 

Chikyudo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2003 –A Place Not Visible On the Map Vrsac and Novi Sad, Serbia


After Nature: street banners for the Town of Halton Hills, January to June 2020

Bag Palm: Corktown Winter Solstice Festival, 16’ plastic bag “tree” 2018

Ontario Ink 150, banners on Concession Street, Hamilton, curated by Kiera Boult, 2017

unfinished, part of Enraged, Inertia Ran Off, installation at James Street North and Wilson Av, Hamilton, 2016/17

Outside the Box, City of Toronto Untility Box at Annette and Jane, 2016

Placeholders, street banners on King William St. ArtWalk, Hamilton, 2013


Making Tracks: Prints by Grades 3 and 4 as part of Red Tree Collective multi-gen project at Prince of Wales, installed at 1173 King Street East, Hamilton. Client: Metrolinx, 2019

GArbaGE Forest, 80 light weight columns, 6 ‘ – 9‘ tall, various diameters, made with plastic bags, lit and raised with blowers, Gage Park, Hamilton. Client: Hamilton Dialogues, 2018

Delta Falls – 3-level plastic bottle “waterfall” strung over scaffolding, 20 ‘ x 20’ x 12’,, The Delta at King and Main, Hamilton. Client: Hamilton Dialogues, 2017

Public Space Works, 20 6’ x 2 ‘banners, created in collaboration with City of Hamilton employees, September King William ArtWalk. Client: CUPE, 2016 – 2018

Birds of a Feather: bas relief sculptural installation in concrete, clay and acrylic, approximate dimensions 5’ x 15’, 1999, Primrose Housing Cooperative

Greeting to Taniperla: community mural at Scarboro Missions handball court, 40; x 60’, 2000, 2685 Kingston Rd, Toronto

Never Again: clay tile installation, 8’ x 8’; 2001, first installed at Nathan Philip Square, Toronto, now held in private collection

Water is Life: Sketch Community Art Project, mixed media, 12’ x 24’; Evergreen Brick Works, 550 Bayview Av, Toronto, ON


Toronto, Brick by Brick and Workers on Site – artist: Dan Bergeron

Full Circle – artist: Amelia Jiménez

Legacy (the Mud Beneath our Feet) – artist: Dave Hind

Braided Narratives – artists: Sady Ducros, Mathew Lincez, Richard Thomas

Don River Watershed – artist: Mark Mazurak

Watershed Consciousness and Deep Time – designer: Ferruccio Sardella

Nature Museum – artists: Morgan Zigler and Lee Earl

Heritage on Site and The Great Fire: installations and large format outdoor photo murals, 

Gabion Stacks: cladding for cistern in shale bedrock, deposits from the Don formation, brick and construction debris from the Don Valley Brick Works Quarry, 12’ x 24’; Toronto, 

Water is Life: Sketch Community Art Project, mixed media, 12’ x 24’;


2022 Around The Corner, There Is Another Corner – Art Gallery of Hamilton

2022 1207 – Art Gallery of Hamilton

2020 Kill, Serve, Eat – Repeat! – collaboration with Lynn Hutchinson Lee, FMI, Hamilton

2019/20 Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall – stereoscopic video installation, OMAH, Orillia

2007 Hairdreams Salon –  edited version, James Street North Art Crawl, Hamilton

2006 30 seconds of Post Feminist Illusion – The Factory screening, Hamilton

2003 Tranz-Tech (Attack of the Clones)– video festival, Latvian House, Toronto

2003 Hairdreams Salon – real time video transmission of participatory performance, El Vedado, Havana, Cuba


2020 DeLight Festival, Pipeline Trail, Hamilton

2018 GArbaGE Forest, community collaboration

2017 Delta Falls – community art installation 

2016 –Public Space Works, banner project with City of Hamilton employees, King William ArtWalk

2015 –20/20 Workers’ Art and Heritage Centre

2014 (-) HOME Centre3 for Print and Media Arts

2013 –Re: Brand Hamilton, OPIRG McMaster

2011/12 –Of Food and Form, Thorncliffe Park Neighbourhood Centre

2009: –Paradox of the Vocation Juravinski Cancer Centre

2007/08 -From One Place to Another: Las dos realidades – Norfolk Art Centre, Mayworks, Red Tree project with migrant farm workers

2003 –Art/Books On the Fence El Epicentro, Mexico City, Mexico

Museo Veracruz, Orizaba, Mexico, bookwork with Nery Espinoza

2001 –And Then We Take Berlin – CAFKA (contemporary Art forum Kitchener) – installation with Amelia Jiménez and Shelley Niro

2000 –Greeting to Taniperla

Red Tree Mural project at Scarboro Mission, 

2000 –Tierra de Memoria Museum of Contemporary Art, Santiago, Chile, permanently installed on Cerro Blanco

1999/2000:-Nunca Más Red Tree and members of the Guatemalan community in Toronto, Nathan Phillips Square May to June 2000


2015 ArtMatch, a Red Tree banner project with Amelia Jiménez, Sadko Hadzihasanovic, Matt McInnes, Shelley Niro, Fiona Kinsella/Vesna Trkulja-Stevens, June Pak and community participants

2010 Qualia or The Feel of Steel Site specific installations by Shelley Niro, Steve Mazza, Samina Mansuri, Andrew McPhail, Bryce Kanbara and Delio Delgado

2009 ReMix Institute Site specific exhibitions in Cienfuegos, Havana, Hamilton, as part of an international exchange 

On Surface Exhibition series at The Print Studio, with work by Shelley Niro, Yoshiko Shimada, Delio Delgado and Amelia Jiménez

2008 Not Etched in Stone An exhibition series exploring new approach to the printmaking tradition, Libby Hague, Rochelle Rubinstein, Luis Jacob and Rocky Dobey – The Print Studio, Hamilton 2007

December: YAWN Pavel Acosta, video installation, Hamilton Artists Inc.

November: i-Poder Julio Ferrer, print based installation, The Print Studio, Hamilton

March/April: Aberrations (ex situ) Boja Vasic and Manuela Lalic, A Space, Toronto

L E C T U R E S / P R E S E N T A T I O N S

2022 – Artist Talk, Art Gallery of Hamilton

2021/2022 – Guest lecture on Community Art Practice, OISE

2014 – C.Wells, Centre3

2008 — Curator’s talk on Luis Jacob and Delio Delgado, The Print Studio

2007 — The Art of Engagement, Grunt Gallery, Vancouver

2007 – School of Social Work, McMaster University – Community Art Practice

2004-05 – selected curatorial lectures in conjunction with exhibitions at MMA

2004 – OCAD guest lecture – Community Arts Practice

2004 – SOTA guest lecture 

2004 – SKZ (Student Cultural Centre) University of Belgrade, Serbia, curatorial lecture

2003 – UAM-Xochimilco, Mexico City – Collaborative Artistic Practice

2003- SKZ Belgrade, Serbia, artist talk

2001 – U of T, Co-op Studies guest lecture

2000 – MAC, Santiago, Chile, artist talk

G R A N T S / A W A R D S

City of Hamilton Established Artist, 2011

Canada Council Explorations – 1992

OAC,TAC – Collective, various 1989-2003

OAC Exhibitions Assistance, various

OAC Community Arts Projects, various AIC/W

Canada Council Travel Grant, 1999, 2007

Canada Council Inter+Arts, 2000

OAC Artists in Education, 2000

OAC Independent Curator, 2007

CC Curatorial Projects, various 2006-2020

OAC Arts Education Project, 2014

OAC mid-career, 2016

CC artist/community collaboration, 2016

OAC Arts Education, 2016

C A T A L O G U E S / R E V I E W S

Art Gallery of Hamilton exhibition catalogue, coming up 2022

Miguel A. López: Patricia Belli, equilibrio y colapso, p 35, 2018

Raúl Quintanilla Armijo: Arte en Nicaragua, p 36, 48, 2018

Museum of Human Rights, Winnipeg, Points of View exhibition catalogue, 2018

Art Windsor: Placeholder, 2015

Jeff Mahone, Hamilton Spectator:

On Deck: Cuban and Hamilton art intertwine 2009/09/02

Artist as an Itinerant Secret Keeper 2009/05/13

Art Against the Occupation

Forest City Gallery catalogue, 2002

A Place Not Visible On The Map exhibition catalogue, 2003


Seeing With Memory, a teachers’ guide to the art of Shelley Niro, Centre3 for Print and Media Arts, 2014

Making Art Work, Labour Arts Practitioner’s 

Manual, WAHC, 2009

Rococo Pop or The Creative Paradox in the work of Sadko Hadzihasanovic 

– Catalogue essay for Centre Sagamie, The Architecture of Survival 

– essay, MIX 32.2

Aberrations exSitu – Boja Vasic and Manuela

Lalic, – curatorial essay, A Space Gallery

MUTE – Wilfredo Prieto, MMA – exhibition catalogue text and coordination

The Named and the Unnamed – Rebecca Belmore – catalogue essay, Gallery SAW

Active Layers – text and coordination, on-line catalogue, MMA and Video In,

Open Code – Libby Hague and Yael Brotman at Eastern Edge, text for opuscule


various Arts Education classes and workshops, grades 1 – 8, youth, adult

CAW/McMaster Certificate course in Labour Arts: Social Justice Photo Essay, Art and Activism

MMA: Curatorial residency supervision