Jocelyne Robinson is an international artist and obtained a PhD in in the Cross Faculty Inquiry in Education (C.F. I.) Department in the Faculty of Education at the University of British Columbia, BC. Canada. Jocelyne has worked nationally and internationally as a sculptor and performance artist. Nationally Jocelyne was a finalist shortlisted in Canada’s largest First Nation’s Public art commission for the University of Regina. Jocelyne’s work was one of 24 international artists featured in the in “Sculpture” magazine for participating in the Bellevue Washington Biennale Outdoor Exhibition. In 2007 her art called Dancing to the Songs of the Universe became the first Canadian permanent public art sculpture to be mounted in Shanghai, China. The sculpture was created for the commemoration of TongJi High School’s 100 the anniversary. Recently Jocelyne’s work in short documentary film has been screened in several Vancouver film theatres.
Jocelyne’s goals in education are fuelled by her experiences during her studies at the Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design and Curriculum Studies at Simon Fraser University and her practice as an artist working in public & environmental art.