D’Arcy Wilson (MFA University of Calgary ’08, BFA Mount Allison University ’05) is a Halifax based interdisciplinary artist whose works considers the relationship between people and the wilderness, addressing themes of vulnerability, alienation, and isolation. Her projects have lead to collaborations with wildlife rehabilitation centers, natural history museums, national parks, and choirs. She has had recent solo exhibitions at La Centrale Galerie Powerhouse (Montreal, 2014), Forest City (London, ON, 2014), ArtsPlace (Annapolis Royal, NS, 2014) The Owens Art Gallery (Sackville, NB, 2012), The Khyber Centre for the Arts (Halifax, 2012), and she has had two-person shows at the ODD Gallery (Dawson City, 2012), and Arnica Gallery (Kamloops, BC, 2014).
Her performances have been presented in MS:T (Calgary), at the Museum of Natural History (Halifax), Struts Gallery (Sackville, NB), Third Space (Saint John, NB), and others. D’Arcy has participated in group shows throughout Canada and in artist residencies at the Banff Centre, Atelier D’Estampe Imago (Moncton, NB), and within Halifax Regional Municipality.