A graduate of Mount Allison, she is also a PhD candidate in Art History at the Université du Québec à Montréal.
She was formerly the Managing Editor of RACAR (2017-2018) and the Curator of Contemporary Art at the Ottawa Art Gallery (2004-2008).
In 1987 he took a leave of absence from the Owens and spent a year in an internship program at the Museum of Man and Nature in Winnipeg, Manitoba. As part of the program he later spent three months in the design department at the Tyrell Museum of Paleontology in Drumheller, Alberta.
Recently Roxie has been very involved with integration of new technology at the Owens.
She grew up in Igloolik, Nunavut, where in grade six, she and her dance club friends choreographed a piece to Chris de Burgh's Lady in Red for the school Christmas concert.
Lucy has a Master of Design from the Edinburgh College of Art and an MA in Museum Education from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.
Originally from Carp, Ontario, Rachel graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Mount Allison University in 2015. She previously worked at the Owens in various positions as a student assistant and completed the Owen's yearlong internship program.
If not at the Owens, she can be found riding her beloved black Canadian horse, J.C., in a field somewhere across the marsh.
She completed internships at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection and in Fort Good Hope, Northwest Territories, where she assisted with the interior restoration of an elaborately decorated 19th century church.
In 1993 she returned to Sackville to work as Fine Art Conservator at the Gallery, and to buy an old farmhouse, build a chicken coop and plant a garden.
The 2019/20 team includes (left to right) Grace Wilson, Minnow Holtz-Carriere, Madeliene Hansen, Breana Darlison, Mara Ireta Gordon and not pictured: Elijah Marr, Claire Hunter, Maureeen Levangie and Lucy Forrester-Wendt.