Alana Moore (b. 1988) an interdisciplinary artist based in Saskatoon, SK, CA, working with drawing, painting, printmaking, textiles and socially engaged practices. Moore investigates how artists and audiences create shared meaning with personal work, participatory projects and facilitative practices. As a lapsed volleyball player and track and field athlete, Moore now thinks and makes things.
Moore is currently the Artist-in-Residence at Sherbrooke Community Centre, where she facilitates a creative art studio for older adults, adults with varying abilities, and older adults living with Dementia. She works as a Program Guide at Remai Modern art museum, leading tours and workshops for all ages. In 2015 and 2016, Moore curated and Directed, Street Meet: Saskatoon’s Street, Public and Graffiti Art Festival.
In 2012, Moore obtained her BFA from the University of Saskatchewan. As an emerging artist, she has a growing body of group exhibitions, as well as experience in art education, arts administration and curatorial projects. Most recently, Moore participated in a short term art residency called, In the Hole, located in an earthen hole on Treaty 6 territory with artist and organizer Linda Duvall. Moore, along with 42 other artists from across Canada, Europe, the Philippines, and the Unites States, proposed a project for being in the hole for up to three, 6 hour days.
In September 2016, Moore collaborated with Linda Duvall for Nuit Blanche Saskatoon on a project titled, “Messages From Those Who Are Absent.” She has also participated in numerous group shows, including AKA Gallery (Saskatoon), Void Gallery (Saskatoon), TRU Gallery (Kamloops), BAM (Saskatoon), and was included in OSAC/Ink Slab Printmakers Traveling Exhibition (Various Locations throughout Saskatchewan).