Eliza Hemingway

Author & Artist



Arts related activities:

  • 1994 Fringe Festival, Victoria: One-woman show
  • 1988 Board member, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria 
  • 1981 Patience and the White Knight, a medieval anachronism written, costumed and produced by Eliza at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
  • 1982 Patience and the White Knight produced at the University of British Columbia
  • 1982 Patience and the White Knight produced at Open Space Gallery, Victoria, BC


Eliza has given several writing presentations at conferences and book shows

She has read stories on CBC Radio, acted in films and in live theatre and designed stage sets and costumes 

She has mounted several very large public events for artists and writers 

Eliza also worked with Henry Moore for a short time through a British Government sponsored program. She also interviewed Pablo Picasso, and George Bernard Shaw 

She worked, along with several other interested creators to invent and implement the Shaw Festival at Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario

She was one of several other interested creators who rescued Rodman Hall in St. Catharines, Ontario and developed it as a contemporary art gallery and cultural center.

Eliza Hemingway