Education

2004 The University of Guelph, ON, Canada, MFA Painting

2001 Nova Scotia College of Art & Design, Halifax, NS, Canada, BFA Studio Arts

1999 Ontario College of Art & Design, Toronto, ON, Canada, Foundation Studies

Selected Group Exhibitions

2013 Gallery 304, The Ghost In You, New York NY. Curated by Mira Gerard

2013 Broad Street Gallery, Strangely Human: Jaclyn Conley and Kathryn Parker Almanas, Hartford CT. Curated by Beena Azeem

2013 Bau-Xi Vancouver, The White Show, Vancouver BC.

2012 Goodman Gallery, A Contemporary Look, Lyme Art Association, Old Lyme CT. Curated by Susan Ballek

2011 Si le foudre tombait sur les lieux bas, Projective City Paris, France. Curated by Ben Evans

2011 Zoology, Norwalk Community College, Norwalk CT, curated by Susan Hardesty.

2010 DeCastellane Gallery, Brooklyn NY. Non-Native New York, curated by Linn Edwards and Brian Bell.

2010 Artspace, New Haven CT. Flock, curated by Patricia HIckson and Kristina Newman-Scott

2010 Arts at Renaissance, Brooklyn NY. NorthBrooklyn, curated by Elise Glick.

2009 The Painting Center, New York NY. 25/35: Twenty Five Painters Under 35, curated by Ryan Cobourn

2009 Ford Gallery, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti MI. Contemporary Painting, curated by Michael Reedy and Amy Sacksteder

2009 NURTUREart, Brooklyn NY. Bushwick Biennial, curated by Ben Evans

2009 Cabernet Initiative, Brooklyn NY. Cabernet Initiative Presents, curated by Charlotte Henderson

2008 Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT. Radius: Full Circle, curated by Regine Basha

2007 SAW Gallery, Ottawa, ON. Oil Spill: Recent Painting in Ontario, curated by Stefan St-Laurent

2006 Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield CT. Radius, curated by Harry Philbrick

2005 Cambridge Galleries, Cambridge ON. Showcase, curated by Ivan Jurakic and David Liss

2004 Le.gallery, Toronto ON. No Fun, curated by Lisa Pereira

2004 University of Buffalo, Buffalo NY. Switch

2004 Durham Art Gallery, Durham ON. Compilation

Solo Exhibitions

2012 Wynick/Tuck Gallery, Toronto ON, The Social and The Domestic

2004 Gallery 1313, Toronto ON. Sunshine

2004 Macdonald Stewart Art Center, Guelph ON. Girls

2001 Anna Leonowens Gallery, Halifax NS. Recent Work

Bibliography

2013 New American Paintings, Eastern Edition Issue 110, Curated by Al Minor

2012 TwoCoatsOfPaint.com (Online Journal), “Beautiful Beasts: Q&A with Jaclyn Conley”, November 14, 2012, Joe Bun Keo.

2012 New Haven Independent, “Look Here: Jaclyn Conley. May 31, 2012, Stephen Kobasa

2010 New American Paintings, Eastern Edition Issue 86, Curated by Monica Ramirez-Montagut

2010 Words Without Borders, April Issue, cover.

2009 The New York Times, January 4, 2009, CT8. “A Show Goes Heavy on Traditional Yet Feels Fresh". Benjamin Genocchio.

2009 Catalogue essay, “Jaclyn Conley”. 2009 Bushwick Bienniel, p 34. Ben Evans .

2009 Catalogue essay ,“25/35: Twenty Five Painters Under 35”, p 2. John Yau.

2009 Freewilliamsburg.com (Online Journal) “Antennas of the Race: Rahul Alexander vs. Jaclyn Conley”. Lisa Baldini

2009 Art Knowledge News (Online Journal) www.artknowledgenews.com. The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum Opens Full Circle.

2009 Republican American. January 23, 2009. “The Aldrich Echo Chamber.” Alan Bisbort.

2009 Painters Ontario (Online Journal) www.painterstoronto.blogspot.com , “Jaclyn Conley.”

2008 Upfront (Ottawa’s Independent News, Music, Art, Culture Magazine). January 14, 2008. “Back To Life With An Oil Spill”.

2007 Ottawa Citizen, July 30 2007. “Aboriginal Art With Attitude”. Paul Gessel..

2007 Ottawa Express. August 9, 2007. “Group of 7: Oil Spill New Painting In Ontario.” Rhiannon Vogl.

2007 La Rotonde, 24 Septembre 2007. “A Propos d’Oil Spill”: La Nouvelle Peinture en Ontario. Marion Bordier.

2007 Border Crossings, Dec. 2007, issue 104, p 88-90. Crossovers: "Oil Spill New Painting in Ontario". Valerie Doucette.

2006 Catalogue, ”Radius: Emerging Artists from Connecticut and Southeastern New York”. Harry Philbrick.

2005 The Record. Aug. 27, 2005. C1. “Showcase.” 2004

2004 The Echo. vol.7 no.39, June24-30, 2004. “Girls Just Want To Have Fun. “ Laura Hollick.

2004 Canadian Art. Spring 2004, vol.21 no.1, p24. “Fast Forward, Ontario“.