Noelle Hamlyn is a graduate of the Sheridan College School of Crafts and Design (Textiles, 2007), the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2009) and Fanshawe College (Technical Costume Studies, 2015). Her work has been shown internationally (Australia, Korea, Japan), nationally (Vancouver, Ottawa, Portneuf Quebec) and locally (Art Gallery of Ontario, Art Gallery of Mississauga, PAMA). Hamlyn’s installations and studio practice has been recognized by awards and support from the Ontario Arts Council, Mississauga Arts Council, Ontario Crafts Council, the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, Visual Arts Mississauga (VAM) and the Mississippi Mills Textile Museum. Her work is held in permanent collections of the Cambridge Art Gallery, the Peel Board of Education, the Japanese Paper Place, the City of Mississuaga Culture Division, PAMA and the Cleveland University Hospitals. She is Co-Artistic Director of Frog and Hand – an interdisciplinary collective of performance and visual artists.