Tarah Hogue



Curator, Writer

Roles at grunt

Curator (April 2014 – September 2017), Communications Director (November 2016 – July 2017)


Tarah Hogue is a curator, writer, and cultural worker based in Saskatoon, Canada, located in Treaty 6 territory and the homeland of the Métis. Raised in Red Deer, AB on the border between Treaty 6 and 7 territories, she is of Métis and white settler ancestry. Hogue is a citizen of the Métis Nation–Saskatchewan and a member of Gabriel Dumont Local #11. Hogue is currently Curator (Indigenous Art) at Remai Modern. She has previously held positions at the Vancouver Art Gallery, grunt gallery, the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, and the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery. 

Her recent exhibitions include Storied Objects: Métis Art in Relation (2022) with exhibition advisor Sherry Farrell Racette, Adrian Stimson: Maanipokaa’iini (2021), and An apology, a pill, a ritual, a resistance (2021), co-curated with Aileen Burns and Johan Lundh. In 2019, Hogue received the Hnatyshyn Foundation - TD Bank Group Awards for Emerging Curator of Contemporary Canadian Art. She has authored catalogue essays for artists such as Maureen Gruben, Tania Willard, Henry Tsang, and Jin-me Yoon. Her writing has also been published in C Magazine, Canadian Art, The Capilano Review, and elsewhere.

She holds a master's degree in Critical and Curatorial Studies from the University of British Columbia and a bachelor of arts in Art History from Queen’s University. Hogue is board co-chair of the Indigenous Curatorial Collective / Collectif des commissaires autochtones, and a co-founder of Shushkitew Collective.

Tarah Hogue, 2024

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