April Hickox is a lens-based artist, teacher, and independent curator who lives on the Toronto Islands. Her artwork includes: photography, film, video, installation, and site interactions. Hickox's work is based in narratives – the passage from one experience to another in the life process – that encompass history, memory, and place. She has been supported by all levels of funding throughout her career, and has exhibited both nationally and internationally. As an active community leader, she is the founding director of the Gallery 44 Center for Contemporary Photography, as well as a founding member of Tenth Muse Studio and Artscape. Hickox is also a co-curator of the Art with Heart fundraiser for Casey House. She holds the position of Associate Professor of Photography at the Ontario College of Art and Design University (OCADU). Most recently, Hickox's work was featured in A Noble Line, curated by Marnie Fleming. Katzman Contemporary represents April Hickox.
Vantage Point: Rain
Cuttings: Bouquet (Child Flowers)
Vantage Point: Portholes
Landscape and Memory: An Island History