WRITING. RADIO. TELEVISION. ARTS ADMINISTRATION. CURATORIAL WORK. SPECIAL PROJECTS.
"Meredith is one of our favourite
writers. She always delivers copy that is clean, fresh, interesting, well-researched
and timely. I enjoy working with her because she is so positive and professional
– she makes my job easier."
—Shelagh McNally, former Senior Web Editor with Reader's Digest Canada
Meredith Dault's writing has been published in a wide variety of national publications, including the Globe and Mail, Canadian Art, Border Crossings, and Green Living and online at Reader's Digest (Canada), among many others. Her radio work has been heard across Canada on CBC radio, on national programs including As It Happens and Sounds Like Canada, and in Halifax on Mainstreet and Information Morning.
Meredith has interviewed musicians (including Joel Plaskett, Jill Barber, Amelia Curran, Classified and Jenn Grant), artists, sex workers, business leaders and politicians of all stripes. Versatile and curious, she has covered everything from strip clubs, bad breath, and yoga, to cycling, nuclear weapons and local food.
Meredith has worked with both commercial and public art institutions, most notably as an associate director with Odon Wagner Gallery and Odon Wagner Contemporary (Toronto) and as special projects coordinator at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. She also served as a volunteer film programmer and arts administrator for a variety of non-profit arts organziations in both Toronto and Halifax.
Meredith Dault is a member of the Canadian Association of Journalists and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia.