Marc Losier is an Assistant Professor of Photography in the Visual Arts program at the School of Fine Arts, Grenfell Campus, Memorial University. He is an artist and long-time educator. Losier’s work examines the ways in which communities form and define their cultural memory through oral histories, images, and iconography. Using photography and images, filmmaking, sound, objects, and installation, he provokes questions about the value of artworks and archival collections. Previous exhibitions include The Rooms (St. John’s), White Water Gallery (North Bay), FAAS 4 Biennial (Sudbury), Art Bar Projects Anna Leonowens Gallery (Halifax), Art in the Open (Charlottetown), and the Art Gallery of Mississauga. He holds a Master of Fine Arts in Documentary Media from the School of Image Arts, Ryerson University (Toronto, ON) and has previously taught at the San Francisco Art Institute, OCAD University and the School of Image Arts. At Grenfell, he teaches courses on photography and community-engaged art practices at the undergraduate and graduate level and is working to broaden conceptual lens-based pedagogy and student exhibition opportunities in Western Newfoundland. He is the founding director of PULP Gallery, the only student-run visual art exhibition space in the province.