Tricia Dyck is a curator, collections manager, art historian and fine arts professional. Her passion for arts and culture generates a drive to excite others to engage with important texts and visual objects.
Throughout her personal and professional life, she’s recognized the significance of Museums and their role as sites of cultural knowledge. Tricia was recently honoured with the University of Winnipeg Graduate Studies Scholarship from the University of Winnipeg, which she received for her strong commitment to community engagement and academic excellence. While attending the University of Winnipeg, she obtained a Masters of Arts in Cultural Studies and Curatorial Practice which motivates and informs her professional work. Ever interested in numerous topics of research, she has spent many months delving into her own Mennonite family history and recently, created an art installation that was directly linked to her agrarian ancestry. Tricia currently holds the position as curator for the Manitoba Agricultural Museum where she works with the museum’s extensive collections of artifacts, organizes cultural events, and collaborates with the organization’s many volunteers and supporters.