Presenters

Jan Allen, Director, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, on the exhibitions Howie Tsui: Friendly Fire Cabinet and Geoffrey James: Inside Kingston Penitentiary
Debra Antoncic
, Associate Curator, Riverbrink Art Museum, on curating today in the legacy of Queenston, Niagara-on-the-Lake
Marcus Boon
, York University, Curating After WikiLeaks
Alicia Boutilier, Curator of Canadian Historical Art, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, on collecting Canadian historical art in Canada’s first capital
Laura Brandon, on the significant contributions of Canada’s women war artists
Andrea Budgey
, Anglican Chaplain, University of Toronto (Trinity College)
Angela Carr
, Carleton University, on reading the architecture of Osgoode Hall
Teresa Casas
, on the art of memory at the Farmer’s Market
Mark A. Cheetham
, ARTCan.ca, on new resources for rethinking Canadian art history
Bonnie Devine
, installation artist and curator, on the historical significance of the three treaties signed between 1795 and 1814 that were the focus of her art work in the exhibition The Tecumseh Papers
Melanie Egan
, Head of Craft, Harbourfront Centre
Virginia Eichhorn
, Director & Chief Curator, Tom Thomson Art Gallery and Bishop House: Museum, Archives & National Historic Site
Victoria Freeman
, Author of Distant Relations: How My Ancestors Colonized North America
Anita Grants, Concordia University, on the influence of John Ruskin on art, architecture and art training in Ontario
Zhe Gu
, Visual Arts Officer, on funding priorities for public art galleries at the Ontario Arts Council
Maggie Helwig
, Priest-in-charge, St Stephen-in-the-Fields, on the history of collaboration between faith and art and curating the Faith, Arts and Activism festival
Faith Hieblinger
, Executive Director, on programming artist Homer Watson’s house and gallery in Kitchener
Kelly Hill
, Hill Strategies Inc., on the 2013 OAAG Data Exchange
Maria Hupfield
, visual artist, speaks on her recent projects and activating the Art Museum as a site for in-the-moment encounters, investigation and discovery
Linda Jansma
, Senior Curator, The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, on serendipity and discovering new work in curating Jock Macdonald: Evolving Form Keynote
Diane Kruger
, Curator, Archives & Queen’s York Ranger’s Museum, on the visual language of the Queen’s York Rangers
Nadia Kurd
, Curator, Thunder Bay Art Gallery
Cheryl L’Hirondelle
, who sonically Indigenizes our meeting space
Alison Matthews David,
School of Fashion, Ryerson University, on curating the exhibition Fashion Victims: The Pleasures and Perils of Dress in the 19th Century
Wanda Nanibush,
on curating the exhibition Sovereign Acts
Rosalind Pepall
, on the organization of Artists, Architects and Artisans: Canadian Art 1890-1918
David Sereda
, singer-songwriter
Matthew Teitelbaum
, Michael and Sonja Koerner Director, and CEO, Art Gallery of Ontario Keynote Conversation
Paul Toth
, Head, Visual Art, The Bishop Strachan School
cheyanne turions
, reflects on Other Electricities, an exhibition that sought to perform an aesthetic or cultural decolonization on the Art Gallery of Windsor’s permanent collection
Camille Turner
, visual artist, on her recent residency and research into enslaved peoples in Ontario
Peter Vronsky
, writer and historian, on the Canadian Volunteer Monument, erected in 1870 in memory of those who fell in Limeridge
Murray Whyte, Toronto Star, interviewing Matthew Teitelbaum Keynote Conversation

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