Concordia Undergraduate student Research Award
Renata Critton-Papp is a second-year Art History major at Concordia University in Tiohtiá:ke/Montréal. Moving between research, visual arts, and creative writing, her practice revolves around documenting emotion, memory, and healing through creation. She is interested in studying intersectionality, accessibility, and reconciliation within art institutions.
Concordia Undergraduate Student Research Award
Autumn Cadorette is in her final year of her BFA in Art History and Studio Arts at Concordia University. Some of her research interests include studying how archives and institutions contribute the formation of national narratives, and her studio practice centers around enacting memory through craft based mediums.
Mitacs research training award