Angela Glanzmann is an emerging artist living and working in Halifax, NS. Graduating from NSCAD University in 2013, Glanzmann now works in fields of sculpture, video, installation and performance. Her work centres around themes of survival and loneliness. She has exhibited in galleries and artist run centers in both Halifax and in Edinburgh, UK including the Anna Leonowens Gallery, The Pigeon Gallery, The Khyber Centre for the Arts, Hermes Gallery, The University of Lethbridge Art Gallery and the Old Ambulance Depot. Her installations have been exhibited as part of Nocturne: Art at Night and in the Halifax Stanfield International Airport. In 2013, she was selected for a Media Art Scholarship from the Centre for Art Tapes to complete her first animation. Glanzmann is currently working on a mentorship program through Visual Arts Nova Scotia (VANS), an artist resource centre located in Halifax. 

Glanzmann is also an art worker. She currently works as an administrative assistant/installation technician at the Dalhousie Art Gallery and is a freelance videographer/editor and studio assistant. 

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