Mel Arsenault

Mel Arsenault has an MFA in Sculpture and Ceramics from Concordia University, where she previously obtained a BFA in Painting and Drawing. She has participated in several exhibitions in Montreal, namely Nuit Chromatic at Usine C and Art Souterrain in 2018. She also participated in a residency for ceramic artists at the prestigious International Research Centre Guldagergaard (Denmark) in 2019. In 2016, she was the recipient of the Outstanding Work and Meaningful Contribution to Ceramics Award given by the Department of Visual Arts at Concordia University. Since then, her work has been shown in Canada, Italy, Romania, and Denmark.