Heidi Bergstrom


Heidi_Goldstream02Heidi Bergstrom is a multimedia visual artist in Victoria, BC, Canada. Her fine art practice and exhibitions includes work in painting, printmaking, video and photography and multimedia installations. Heidi’s education includes a Master of Arts in Political Science (2019) from the University of Victoria – her thesis examines the intersection of Canadian cultural and economic policy and international law. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Honours (1990) from York University, Ontario where she majored in studio arts and art history.  Heidi also studied visual arts full-time at the Toronto School of Art (1984-86), and in 2000 achieved a Diploma in New Media (Internet Site Design, 3D Animation, and Multimedia Production).    Heidi’s artistic background also includes dance (classical ballet) at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School and Professional Program with Goh Ballet in Vancouver, BC and contemporary/modern with Constance Cooke in Victoria, BC.

Heidi has over twenty years of professional experience in the corporate and non-profit sectors in diverse production and management roles such as Creative Services Manager for Corus Entertainment (training producers in television advertising production), Marketing at Campbell’s Soup corporation, and as Curator/Director of the Durham Art Gallery in Ontario.    Heidi is currently a Director at the Government of British Columbia in the Ministry of Technology, Innovation and Citizens’ Services and an M.A. Candidate in Political Science at the University of Victoria, B.C.

Web and Social Media Links

Personal Website – Studio H Canada

Instagram – studiohcanada

Facebook -Studio H Canada

YouTube Channel

Vimeo – vimeo.com/studiohcanada

LinkedIn – Heidi Bergstrom

Collaboration Interests & Artist Statement

As you may notice from this WordPress site and other links, I am interested in engaging with others in creative work (see the About page). I don’t have a particular thing in mind and would rather just see what happens. Why try to predetermine anything? it seems counter-intuitive to try and predict or control creative processes.  If you are interested or curious or just want to explore something, let me know. Use the form below or contact me through my website: studiohcanada.ca