Alicia Boutilier is Curator of Canadian Historical Art at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, where she has produced numerous exhibitions on Canadian historical visual and decorative art. Before assuming her current position in 2008, she curated exhibitions for several galleries across Ontario. Among her noteworthy projects are A Vital Force: The Canadian Group of Painters (AEAC, 2013), for which she was awarded the OAAG Curatorial Writing Award for Major Essay; William Brymner: Artist, Teacher, Colleague (AEAC, 2010); Inspirational: The Collection of H. S. Southam (Art Gallery of Hamilton, 2009); Public Pictures/Private Homes: London’s Lending Library of Canadian Art (Museum London, 2007); An Intimate Circle: The F. B. Housser Memorial Collection (Museum London, 2005); and 4 Women Who Painted in the 1930s and 1940s (Carleton University Art Gallery, 1998). Alicia is currently co-developing an exhibition with the Art Gallery of Hamilton entitled The Artist Herself: Self-Portraits by Canadian Historical Women Artists. She holds an MA in Canadian Art History from Carleton University, Ottawa.