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Terry Billings BFA, MFA

Sessional Lecturer, Sculpture, Painting and Drawing

Sessional Lecturer in Art & Art History

About me


Terry Billings is a sessional lecturer who teaches in the areas of drawing, painting and sculpture. In her video, audio, mixed media and installation work, she examines the relationship between nature and culture and the boundaries between public forms of understanding and subjective experience.

Artistic Works


Recent works include a  site-specific video projection, Haunt (Revisited) shown at Saskatoon's Nuit Blanche arts festival, 2014. As well, Terry was  awarded a commission for Listen at the Helen Schuler Nature Centre in Lethbridge, Alberta in 2014. Her Revealed Wasp Drawings and Reassembled Moult were featured in The Names of Things at the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, in 2013. Her video Unvanishing was screened in a live performance with The Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra’s core wind quintet in Surround Sound, a joint project with Paved Arts, in March 2013. In 2012, she performed in Paved Arts/AKA's Sounds Like... audio art festival. Her solo exhibition Flash showed in the Chapel Gallery in North Battleford Saskatchewan in 2011. A public video projection Tender appeared in the windows of Saskatoon's Frances Morrison Library as part of aneco in 2007-2010.

She has received grants from the Canada Council for the Arts and the Saskatchewan Arts Board. 

Education & Training


BFA (Nova Scotia College of Art and Design)


MFA (University of Saskatchewan)