Alumna Kate Henderson Named Program Manager for Capture Photography Festival

By Roxanne Toronto

Posted on August 16, 2017 | Updated August 06, 2019, 9:06AM

Kate received her BFA, with a major in Photography in 2007.

We're pleased to share news that 2007 alumna Kate Henderson has been named Program Manager for Capture Photography Festival! Kate is excited to be working with the Festival and looks forward to collaborating with the diverse group of artists, curators, and galleries that make up Capture's programming. The Festival returns in April 2018.

Born in Toronto and raised in Vancouver, Kate Henderson has been involved in the Vancouver art community for over 15 years holding curatorial, programming, and teaching positions at the Vancouver Art Gallery, Arts Umbrella, University of British Columbia, and Emily Carr University. Kate is committed to emergent art practices and for the past four years has served on the Board of Directors at Access Gallery, an artist-run centre in Chinatown, where she is now President of the Board. In addition to her work and advocacy for the non-profit and educational realm, she is also an artist with a focus on photography, and most recently has been producing scanned photographic collages and assemblages that investigate the female body and its complex relationship with digital interfaces, film, and the apparatus. Kate holds an MFA in Visual Art from the University of British Columbia and a BFA with a Major in Photography from Emily Carr University.

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