Brittany Burdick, MA

Part-Time Instructor of Art + Design

Brittany Burdick is an Ontario-based educator, working remotely for Trinity Western. In her full-time employment, she works in the public school system in Ontario. She has a passion for education across a variety of levels and subjects, but art has always been her primary focus. Professor Burdick notes, that art is a fascinating indicator of what is most important to a particular culture at the time it is made.

She has previously taught for Redeemer University in Ancaster, Ontario where she also completed her undergraduate degrees in Art and Education. Burdick obtained her Master’s degree in Art History at Concordia University in Montreal under the supervision of Dr. Heather Igloliorte. Her Master’s research focused on modern political art of the Congo.

  • MA Art History (Concordia University, Montreal, QC; 2018) - Thesis: Modern Congolese Iconography of Patrice Lumumba in A Congo Chronicle
  • BEd with distinction, Junior/Intermediate Divisions (Redeemer University, Ancaster, ON; 2015)
  • BA with distinction, Art, (History minor) (Redeemer University, Ancaster, ON; 2015)
  • OCT (Ontario College of Teachers Certification; 2015)


Feminist Art, Contemporary Global Art, Modern Congo Art, Craft, Curatorial and Museological Studies

Affiliations & Memberships

  • OCT (Ontario College of Teachers)

  • ART 327 Modern Art History I