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Sherri Helwig

Sherri Helwig

Scholar in Residence
Department of Performing Arts

  • Sherri Helwig is a Scholar-in-Residence at American University in DC and a Senior Research Fellow with the Canadian Conference of the Arts during her 2010-2011 sabbatical from the University of Toronto Scarborough (where she holds the position of Program Director for Arts Management and teaches practice and policy-related courses). She has previously taught for York University, Humber College and the Harris Institute for the Arts, and has lectured extensively across Canada and within the United States, Italy, Finland and The Netherlands on subjects ranging from cultural entrepreneurship to comparative copyright policies. She is President of the Canadian Association of Arts Administration Educators (CAAAE), a board member of the international Association of Arts Administration Educators (AAAE), and a Founding Member of Arts Consultants Canada (ACCA). Sherri continues her work as an independent arts consultant with an extensive client list including the Canada Council for the Arts, the Associated Designers of Canada, the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, the Canadian Museums Association, the Professional Writers Association of Canada, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
  • Degrees

    B.A. IFine Art and English, University of Guelph); M.A. (History of Art, University of Toronto)


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