Emily Hayes

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Emily Hayes is an interdisciplinary artist from Goulds, Newfoundland. She has a BFA in Visual Arts from Memorial University and is pursuing her Masters in Printmaking at the University of Alberta. Emily’s practice is heavily based in photomechanical printmaking, sculpture and video installation. Her practice deals with themes of home, memory, and trauma, investigating societal tropes of normalcy and depictions of the nuclear family.

Emily has been the recipient of Social Sciences Humanities and Research Grant, the Alberta Graduate Excellence Scholarship, and The Ellen Rusted Award in Print Media. Her work has been in group exhibitions across North America and in the United Kingdom. Including exhibitions at The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery of Newfoundland and Labrador, The Museum of Contemporary Art in Toronto,  The Brooklyn Art Library, and her first solo show at rOGUE Gallery, Eastern Edge in St. John’s, Newfoundland.



  • Tailored Printmaking Program areas of expertise include:
    • Photopolymer
    • Relief (linocut and wood)
    • Screen Printing and Photoshop