Jason Wright is a practicing artist and arts educator based in Vancouver. Jason has taught with the University of Regina, Arts Umbrella, the Vancouver School Board and currently teaches sculpture and drawing at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. Jason has participated in various teaching initiatives including the Vancouver Biennale/Liceo Boston Open Borders project in Bogota, Columbia, Connected North ( Northern Arts Connection), Arts Umbrella Teen Scholarship Program and Arts Umbrella Summer Teen Intensive (with the CAG and SFU).
Jason has a BFA in Visual Arts from Simon Fraser University, an MFA in Sculpture from the University of Regina, and a Bachelor of Art Education from the University of British Columbia.
Most recently, Jason attended a 3-month drawing residency at Heima, Iceland, participated in the group show “On the Table” at the Dunlop Gallery in Regina,and exhibited a solo show at The Bakery in Vancouver. In the summer of 2019, Jason will be presenting new work at the Arbutus Gallery, KPU- Surrey Campus and will attend the Arteles Creative Center in Hämeenkyrö, Finland on a drawing residency.
Some of the photography and documentation have been done by other folk.
The Sailorman Suite, Plating, as well as and we collapse as flesh within the angles of the room was documented by Collin Stumpf in Regina.
Drown was documented by Alan Hoffman.
The first 11 pictures from the 1995-2006 series are documented by Evan Lee.
Any other folk, I have either tried to find out who they were or have totally forgotten who they were. Or maybe I never knew to begin within. Who is to say? Anything relatively newish was taken by me. So there you are.