Alisa Arsenault

Arsenault studied at the Université of Moncton in printmaking and photography. She has been featured in several professional group exhibitions, including Somewheres (2014) at the Confederation Center of the Arts Art Gallery in Charlottetown, and Acadie Mythique (2014), a traveling exhibition by curator Harlan Johnson. She has completed numerous artist residencies, at the Graff studio (Montreal), Artscape (Toronto), and La Manivelle in Nova Scotia. In 2015, she was chosen as a resident of the Festival International du Cinéma Francophone en Acadie, and produced an original media work in collaboration with Caroline Blais, a Montreal artist, with whom she formed the collective Les Femmes Capables.