Exploring the Life of Frederick Hagan: A Daughter’s Perspective


Thursday, April 20 / 12:00 – 1:00 pm

Step into the life of artist, printmaker, and educator Frederick Hagan through the eyes of his youngest daughter. Join Annemarie Hagan as she discusses her personal perspective on Fred’s life – from his childhood in Cabbagetown, influential mentors and friends, his experience as a teacher, his political passions, and her experience doing research and curatorial work with Fred throughout her life.

Annemarie Hagan is an award-winning curator and museum professional with thirty-five years of experience. From 1988 to 2014 she was Manager of Museums for the City of Mississauga. More recently, she was the Senior Curator, History at the Peel Art Gallery, Museum, and Archives (PAMA) in Brampton.

Annemarie has a B.A. in History and Women’s Studies from University of Toronto and an M.A. in Public History from University of Waterloo. She is currently enjoying a quiet life in rural Wellington County.

Image Credit: Fred Hagan and daughter Annemarie, (OCADU 1990.) Photo Credit: Karl Hagan

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