Munro Ferguson

Born in New York City in 1960, Munro Ferguson studied painting and drawing at Banff and Philosophy at the University of Toronto. In 1984 Munro created Eureka!, a comic strip about science which was syndicated in over 30 newspapers internationally. In 1994, he joined the National Film Board English Program’s Animation Studio, where he wrote, directed and animated numerous films including Falling in Love Again, winner of the 2004 Genie Award for Best Animated Short. He has also created virtual reality experiences, dome films and a stereoscopic immersive installation, June, an elegy for his close friend and mentor, artist Joyce June Wieland.

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