Jane Sproull Thomson teaches Inuit and First Nations art and culture at the University of Calgary and is Art Curator at Red Deer College.She is a Research Associate and Life Member with the Arctic Institute of North America, is a past Curator of Ethnology at Glenbow Museum, and was Chief Curator of the Newfoundland and Labrador Museums system. For the past fifteen years Jane has also lectured on cruises around the North Atlantic, the Western, Central and Eastern Arctic and Britain. As a Bluenose, Jane grew up near the sea and loves to sail and kayak near the Thomsons summer cottage on the Northumberland Strait. During Calgary winters, she and husband Callum and their three sons enjoy being near the mountains, skiing cross country and downhill. She also harbours a burning passion for the Flames.
Winter House: 560 Hobson Place Courtenay, BC V9N 8W5
Winter Phone: 250-338-9212