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Bio
Rebecca Noone is an artist and a PhD student at the Faculty of Information, University of Toronto.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy in Information Studies, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto. Exp. 2019. Master of Museum Studies, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto, 2011.
Bachelor of Arts, Hons, Renaissance Studies and History, Victoria University, University of Toronto, 2006.

Conferences and Presentations
Noone, R. (Forthcoming). Drawing directions in an age of locative Media. International Visual Sociology Conference. Montreal, QC.
Noone, R. (2016). Perceptual Inventory: Art and Social Scientific Research. Part of the Graduate Symposium athe Diagrams 2016: 9th International Conference on the Theory and Application of Diagrams. Philadelphia, PA.
Hartel, J. & Noone. R. (2016). Visualizing Information Workshop. Diagrams 2016: 9th International Conference on the Theory and Application of Diagrams. Philadelphia, PA.
Hartel, J. & Noone. R. (2016). Analyzing Visual Data. iConference 2016: Partnership with Society. Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA.
Noone, R. (2016). Chair: Art and the Archive Roundtable. TransCultural Exchange’s International Conference on Opportunities in the Arts, Engaging Minds. Boston University. Boston, USA.
Noone, R. (2015). Space is an Object in Brighton. International Visual Methods Conference. University of Brighton. Brighton, UK.
Noone, R. (2015). Cues for Living. Contemporary Art, Design, and New Media Art Histories Graduate Conference. Ontario College of Art and Design University.
Hartel, J., Noone, R. et al. (2015). Visualizing Information Worldwide. 2015 Association for Information Science andTechnology Annual Meeting. St. Louis, MO.
Noone, R. (2014). The Analogue Internet: Comedy and the Futility of Mail Art. Critical Information Graduate Symposium. School of Visual Art. New York, NY.
Noone, R. (2014). Social Practices for Reclusives and Wallflowers. Neighbourhood Spaces Symposium. Broken City Labs and the Art Council, Windsor & Region. Windsor, ON.
Noone, R. (2014). Session for IThe Analogue Internet: A Post Intervention. iConference: Context, Culture, Computing. Berlin, GR.
Hartel, J., & Noone, R. (2013). The Concept Formally Known as Information: Alternative Event Panel. Association for Information Science and Technology Annual Meeting. Montreal, CA.
Noone, R. (2013). Information Situations: Exploring the Lo-Tech and the No-Tech Potentials of Information Art. iTea Discussion Series. University of Toronto. Toronto, CA.
Hartel, J., Pollock, K., & Noone. R. (2012). A Visual Approach to the Perennial Question: What is Information? iConference: Culture, Design, Society. Toronto, CA.
Noone, R. (2012). Making Noise without Sound: Arts-Based Perspectives of Information. Interplay: Between Creativity and Information Symposium. York University, Toronto, CA

Books and Publications (Academic)
Noone, R. (2017). From Here To: Drawing New Notations of Space. Visual Methodologies Journal, Special Edition.
Hartel, J., Noone, R., Power, S., Dansanov, P., Oh, C., & Kelly, B. (In Press). The iSquare Protocol: Combining Research, Art, Pedagogy through the Draw-and-Write Technique. Qualitative Research.
Noone, R. (2014). The Analogue Internet: A Post-Intervention. Proceedings to the iConference 2014, Breaking Down Walls: Culture, Context, Computing. Humboldt University, Berlin, GE.
Noone, R. (2011) Hunter or the Hunted: The Informational Behaviour of Web-Based Apartment Searches. Faculty of Information Quarterly. 3(2) January/February 2011.

Books and Publications (Non-Academic)
Noone, R. (2016). Asking Physicists About Momentum. Skagastrond Review. New Publication based our the Skagastrond Art Residency, Iceland.
Noone, R. (forthcoming). Social Practices for Reclusives and Wallflowers. Neighbourhood Spaces Publication (title in development). Windsor, ON.
Noone, R. (2014) Get on with it. I know it’s Hard. Advice from Theoretical Physicists Toronto, ON: Asquieth Press.

Collections
Noone, R. Get on with it. I know it’s hard. Arts Council Windsor, Library Collection. Windsor, ON.
Noone, R. The Analogue Internet. The Floating Library. Minneapolis, USA.
Noone, R. The Analogue Internet. The Forgotten Zine Archive. Dublin, Ireland.
Noone, R. [Insert Title]. Elsewhere Living Museum. Greensboro, USA.

Projects
Noone, R. (2016). From Here To. Part of the Future 33 Group Show at the YTB Gallery. Toronto, ON.
Noone, R. (2015). Space is an Object. Intervention and Book Project. University of Brighton. Brighton,UK.
Noone, R. (2015). The Analogue Internet Post Intervention. Accidental Archive Symposium. Artscape Youngplace. Toronto, CA.
Noone, R. (2015). Space Kits: Space is and Object. Book Project The Luminary Gallery. St. Louis, USA. Noone, R. (2014). De-digitization Project. Microfiche mail project. Berlin, GR.
Noone, R. (2014). Cues for Living. Public Intervention. Toronto, CA/Windsor, CA.
Noone, R. (2014). Asking Physicists About Momentum. Dragon Academy. Toronto, CA.
Noone, R. (2014). Wish you were here. (w. Shannon Linde). Knaves Kitchen. Toronto, CA.
Noone, R. (2014). Science Magic Presents Aristotelian Table of Theatrical Elements. Summerworks Theatre Centre. Toronto, CA.
Noone, R. (2014). From Here To. Art of the Danforth Festival, Toronto.
Noone, R. (2014). Everyday Theory. Nes Art Show. Skagaströnd, Iceland.
Noone, R. (2014). The Analogue Internet: A Post-Intervention. Humboldt University. Berlin, Germany.
Noone, R. (2014). Science Magic Barters the Table of Elements. Art Gallery of Ontario 1st Thursdays Monthly Events.
Noone, R. (2013). Giving Up the Ghost: A Bedroom Free-Store. Artscape Gibraltar Point. Toronto, CA. Noone, R. (2013). Datagazer: Information constellation bus shelter. Dragon Academy. Toronto, CA.
Noone, R. (2013). Insert Title: building a library catalogue. Elsewhere Living Museum. Greensboro, NC. Noone, R. (2013). Glass House Archive: Debris for Microscopic Investigation. Wreck City. Calgary, CA. Noone, R. (2013). (ongoing) i have a parachute. Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, CA.
Noone, R. (2013). Science Magic: A gesture of making and giving earplugs. Long Winter Music and Art Festival. Toronto, CA.
Noone, R. (2012). Make it Happen Science Fair: An Open-Call Science Fair for Adults. Fine Oak Art School. Toronto, CA.
Noone, R. (2012). Haunted Outhouse. (w. Jessie Curell). Ghosthole. Artscape, Toronto, CA.
Noone, R. (2012). The Analogue Internet: A Relief of a Digital Age. Mail Art Project. International.

Curatorial Projects
2016. Precaritiy. Artistic Director for Roundtable Emeriging Artist Residency and Art Show. Dragon Academy. Toronto, CA.
2015 Versus. Roundtable Emerging Artist Residency and Art Show. Dragon Academy. Toronto, CA.
2013 Send Yourself to the Future & Put the Me in Media. Children’s Own Media Museum. Harbourfront Centre. Toronto, CA.
2012 Make it Happen and the Aftermath. Sixth Annual UofT Chancellor’s Art Exhibition. Simcoe Hall, Toronto, CA.
2011 Sanaugaq: Things Made By Hand. (w. Lianne Maitland, Lisa Truong, and Rheanne Chartrand). UofT Art Centre. Toronto, CA.
2011 Beyond || Before. Fifth Annual UofT Chancellor’s Art Exhibition. (w. Julia Abraham). Simcoe Hall, Toronto, CA.
2010 The Show. Fourth Annual University of Toronto Chancellor’s Art Exhibition. Simcoe Hall. Toronto, CA.
2009 Rochdale College: Free School and Exhibition. (w. Sunny Kerr). UofT Art Centre, Toronto, CA.

Art Residencies
2017 Murmur Land Studios. Sherbrook, NS.
2015 Channel Surf. Rideau Canal, ON.
2015 The Luminary. St. Louis, MO, USA.
2014 The Roundtable Residency. The Dragon Academy. Toronto, CA.
2014 Thinking Through Drawing. Andrew Freedman Center. Bronx, NY, USA. 2014 Nes Artist Residency. Skagaströnd, Iceland.
2013 The Ghosthole Residency. Artscape Gibraltar Point. Toronto, Canada.
2013 The Roundtable Residency. The Dragon Academy. Toronto, CA.
2013 Elsewhere Residency. Greensboro, USA. 2013 Artscape Gibraltar Point. Toronto, Canada. 2012 Don Blanche. Shelburne, CA.

Working Groups

Delfanti, A. et all (2016). Politics of Digital Media Writing Group. Centre for Communication, Culture, Information, and Technology & iSchool, University of Toronto, Mississauaga & University of Toronto.
Taylor, J. et al. (2015-2016). Creative Labour. Jackman Humanities Institute, University of Toronto.

Teaching and Education Experience Academic
Winter 2017 Teaching Assistant CCT316 Art and Advertising. Institute for Communication, Culture, Information & Technology, University of Toronto, Mississauga.
Winter 2016 Teaching Assistant. CCT110 Rhetoric and Media. Institute for Communication, Culture, Information & Technology, University of Toronto, Mississauga.
Winter 2015 & Fall/Winter 2015/2016; 2016/2017. Teaching Assistant. MSL4000Exhibitions Project (Master’s Level Museum Studies). Faculty of Information, University of Toronto.
Winter 2015 & Fall 2015 & Fall 2016 Teaching Assistant. MSL1500Ethics, Leadership, Management (Master’s Level Museum Studies). Faculty of Information, University of Toronto.
Fall 2015 & Fall 2016 Artistic Advisor INF1300: Foundations of Library and Information Studies. Faculty of Information, University of Toronto.

Teaching and Education Experience Community
2014 Tutor. English, History, Art. Grades 9-12/Undergraduate, Forest Hill Tutoring. Toronto, CA.
2009-11 Assistant to the Education and Student Programmer, University of Toronto Art Centre.
2010-11 Camp facilitator/instructor, Sappyfest Music Festival. Rock Camp, Sackville, CA.
2010 Co-Creator/Co-Facilitator, Shout Out! Media Cross-Canada Media Workshop Tour
2009-10 Project Developer, Art on Campus, University of Toronto Office of Space Management.
2008 Programmer and Presenter, CFYT Dawson City Community Radio. Dawson, Yukon.
2008 Coordinator, Adult Literacy Centre, Yukon Learn Society. Dawson, Yukon.
2007 Contract Teacher, History. CHY4U: The West and The World, Forest Hill Academy. Toronto, CA.
2006-7 Curriculum Developer, Forest Hill Academy. Toronto, CA.

Research Assistantships

Hartel, J. (2014-Present). International iSquare Research Study, University of Toronto.
Hartel, J. (2014-Present). Interdisciplinary iSquare Research Study, University of Toronto.
Hartel, J. (2011). What is Information? Pilot iSquare Study. University of Toronto.

Awards
Ontario Graduate Scholarship, 2015. $15,000
Faculty of Information Travel Award, University of Toronto, 2015. $1,500
Diagrams 2016 Graduate Symposium Award. 2016. $1,500
School of Graduate Studies Travel Award, University of Toronto, 2014. $500
SIG-USE Innovation Award, Association for Information Science and Technology. 2013. $200.
Ukrainian Heritage Association and Museum of Canada Award in Museum Studies. 2011. $100
University of Toronto Arts Engagement Award, 2011. $100.
David Vivian Campbell Fellowship & Rebanks Fellowship, University of Toronto, 2010. $1500.

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