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Wes Pearce

Wes Pearce

PEARCE, Wes (b.1965)

Associate Professor, Wes D. Pearce earned a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Regina in 1988, a Bachelor of Fine Arts with Distinction in 1992 and a Masters of Fine Arts from the University of Calgary in 1996.

Wes has taught a variety of classes such as Costume Design, Costume Breakdown and Costume History, he is involved in the development of interdisciplinary courses with music, film studies and visual arts. One of his research focus’ is contemporary Canadian scenography, and his another main research focus involves issues around queer identity, homophobia and theatre.

His professional career has involved him in productions for theatres across Western Canada. He sits on the Executive of the Canadian Association for Theatre Research, is a member of the Associated Designers of Canada, as well as past executive member of the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Studies Association.

From 1997 to 2009 Wes Pearce has been involved in numerous productions (both professionally and for the University of Regina) and has presented at conferences in Canada as well as the United States.

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Photo courtesy of Wes Pearce
Photo credit: Don Hall, Audio Visual Services,
University of Regina

Archival Collections (Finding Aids in PDF format)

2001-49 - Personal and Professional Material. 1991-2001

2009-43 - Photograph. 2006

2017-39 - Personal and Professional Material, 1994-2017