Yael Brotman teaches in the Studio program at the University of Toronto Scarborough. She is also a practicing artist. Her practice includes drawing, painting and printmaking. Brotman has exhibited in public and commercial galleries as well as at artist-run centres across Canada, from St. John's NF to Dawson City YK. Her work has been reviewed in newspapers (the Globe and Mail, the National Post), magazines (Visual Arts News, Now magazine), and blogs (the torontoist.com site - an image of her print installation was featured May 2009, and viewoncanadianart.com - which highlighted a shot of her drawing installation in the 'Art School: Dismissed' exhibition, May 2010). In 2009, she exhibited in museums and galleries in Jingdezhen, Sanbao and Taiyuan, China, where she also lectured at the Second Sanbao Printmaking Biennale and Symposium. Brotman has received grants from the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts. Upcoming activities include a solo print-based exhibition at Loop Gallery, Toronto, in conjunction with the print symposium 'Printopolis' taking place October 2010; a four-person exhibition at the Kelowna Art Gallery, 2011; and group exhibitions in New York, Minneapolis, Whitehorse, and London ON, 2010/11.
B.A. (Manitoba), B.Ed., M.V.S. (Toronto)