Ingrid Mayrhofer

Ingrid Mayrhofer

Ingrid Mayrhofer is a visual artist, curator, arts educator and community arts practitioner. She was born and raised in Austria, and later attended George Brown College where she was educated in Screen Process Printing. After her time at George Brown, Mayrhofer attended York University where she received her BFA and MA degrees.

She has exhibited in Canada, Austria, Korea, Serbia, Mexico, Nicaragua, Cuba and Chile. Mayrhofer’s recent projects include group exhibitions at the Workers’ Arts and Heritage Centre in Hamilton and the Art Gallery of Windsor, and installations at Roadside Attractions, A Space Windows in Toronto, and the Carnegie Gallery in Dundas, Ontario

Ingrid Mayrhofer is a visual artist, curator, arts educator and community arts practitioner. She was born and raised in Austria, and later attended George Brown College where she was educated in Screen Process Printing. After her time at George Brown, Mayrhofer attended York University where she received her BFA and MA degrees.

She has exhibited in Canada, Austria, Korea, Serbia, Mexico, Nicaragua, Cuba and Chile. Mayrhofer’s recent projects include group exhibitions at the Workers’ Arts and Heritage Centre in Hamilton and the Art Gallery of Windsor, and installations at Roadside Attractions, A Space Windows in Toronto, and the Carnegie Gallery in Dundas, Ontario