Diane is a painter and art educator at MU.

She studied at Concordia University and graduated in 2017 with a BFA in Visual Arts with a specialization in Community Art Education. In 2020, she began a second BFA at Concordia in Print Media with a minor in Art History, to add knowledge to her artistic and pedagogical practice.

Since 2016, Diane has worked as a cultural mediator and art educator in institutions and organizations such as the MBAM, MU, Espace Transition and has worked with Fusion jeunesse.

She is represented as an artist by ART VOLT and ARTBANGBANG, and has held several gallery exhibitions in Montreal. She was part of the Lawayaka art residency in Panama in 2016, where she created a Mural workshop in mediation with village children as well as developing her artistic research . In 2022 Diane painted a mural with MU called Flore 132. She is also painting the Stanley Murelle with the Montreal and MU tourism project.

Diane has a passion for visual art and its democratization for all. She believes in artistic curiosity and the power of developing critical thinking through visual art in young people. She believes that understanding and appreciating art can help people express themselves better and create a common community bond.

Her paintings are abstract, colorful and vivid. They perfectly interpret her sunny, energetic personality! Diane is proud to be part of the MU team and to do her part in MU’s ambitious, unifying projects.

Diane Roe website

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