Tiffany Shaw is an interdisciplinary artist, curator and Registered Architect based in Alberta. She holds a BFA from Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD) University, a Masters in Architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) and is currently working at Reimagine Architects. Shaw has exhibited widely including the Architecture Venice Biennale, Art Gallery of Alberta, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Pier 21, Agnes Etherington Art Centre and the Chicago Architecture Biennial. She has been the recipient of multiple public art commissions such as Edmonton's Indigenous Art Park and Winnipeg’s Markham Bus Station. Among her public art projects Tiffany has produced several notable transitory art works and is a core member of Ociciwan Contemporary Art Collective. The collective focuses on curating contemporary artwork out of the Ociciwan Contemporary Art Centre in Edmonton.
Oscillating between digital and analogue methodologies Tiffany’s work gathers notions of craft, memory and atmosphere. Her practice is often guided by communal interventions as a way to engage a lifted understanding of place. While born in Calgary and raised in Edmonton, Tiffany’s Métis lineage derives from Fort McMurray via Fort McKay and the Red River.
Featured in Azure's March 2021 articleAzure's March 2021 article "5 Indigenous Designers Breaking Ground"
Métis Crossing Cultural Gathering Centre received a 2020 Prairie Wood Award
Vivian Manasc, Marianne Scott, Brenda Fearon, Elizabeth King, Levi Collinge, Jasper Collinge and Aurora Collinge.