OTHER PROJECTS
In addition to my photographic art practice, I am involved in Toronto's art community as an exhibition coordinator and curator. Projects include:
NUIT ROSE
Collective Member / Festival Programmer
Various Venues | Toronto, ON | Annually in June
Nuit Rose is a free annual nightime festival of queer art and performance in indoor and outdoor spaces across the city. Occurring in conjunction with Toronto's Pride Festival, Nuit Rose showcases provocative, cutting edge work by diverse local and international artists, and engages LGBTQ communities, art lovers, residents and visitors in unique experiences with art.
For more information, visit:
nuitrose.ca
facebook.com/nuitrosetoronto
QUEER LANDSCAPES, QUEER INTERSECTIONS
Exhibition Coordinator
John B. Aird Gallery | Toronto, ON | May 30 - June 23, 2017
Juried by Robert Houle, Pamila Matharu, and Syrus Marcus Ware
Presented by the Ontario Public Service Pride Network
With support from the Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity
An art exhibition exploring the landscape of LGBTQ social issues and identities from an intersectional perspective, featuring work by 30 artists from across Ontario. The exhibition centred on the theme of intersectionality, reflecting how LGBTQ social issues and identities intersect with those related to race, gender, ethnicity, religion, age, ability, class, family structure, sexual and mental health, and other dimensions of potential discrimination, marginalization or stigma.
For more information, visit:
queerlandscapes.ca

QUEER LANDSCAPES, QUEER JOURNEYS
Exhibition Coordinator
John B. Aird Gallery | Toronto, ON | June 2-26, 2015
Open Studio Gallery | Sudbury, ON | July 10-16, 2015
Juried by Syrus Marcus Ware, Steph Rogerson, Sarah Munro, Binh Lu, and Kevin Cherry
Presented by the Ontario Public Service Pride Network
Exhibition showcased artwork by 30 artists from across Ontario, exploring themes of contemporary LGBTQ experience in the province. It was the first LGBTQ art exhibition to take place at the John B. Aird Gallery at Queen's Park in Toronto (Ontario provincial government headquarters), and its satellite edition in Sudbury was the largest LGBTQ art exhibition yet to take place in Northern Ontario.
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