Meghan Price

Meghan Price is an interdisciplinary artist based in Toronto. Her practice is rooted in the language of textiles and looks for meaning in material, process and pattern. Her works in sculpture, print and video explore ways of experiencing Earth’s timescale in the everyday. Price has exhibited nationally and internationally, including recent exhibitions at Fiberspace Gallery (Stockholm); AKA Artist-run (Saskatoon); Untitled Art Society (Calgary); the Center for Craft, Creativity & Design (Asheville); the Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba (Brandon); and Blackwood Gallery (Toronto).

Milena Tomic

Milena Tomic is an art historian and writer based in Toronto. Her research specialty is contemporary art after 1970, with an emphasis on quotational strategies. She completed her PhD at University College London and held a SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellowship at McGill University. Her peer-reviewed articles have appeared in Word & Image, Oxford Art Journal, Tate Papers, OBJECT, and TOPIA. She has also written for frieze, Art in America, ARTMargins Online, C Magazine, Border Crossings, Fillip, Journal of Curatorial Studies, CritCom, and other venues.


An artist, writer and educator, Laura Millard has taught at the Alberta College of Art and Design, Concordia University, Georgian College, and the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Laura has been teaching studio painting and seminar courses at OCAD since 1995. An active artist, Laura has exhibited in numerous public, commercial and artist-run galleries across Canada including the Art Gallery of Hamilton, the Art Gallery of Windsor, La Centrale, the Edmonton Art Gallery and the Kenderdine Gallery at the University of Saskatchewan.

Jessica Wyman

Jessica Wyman is an art historian with particular interest in contemporary performance theory and historiography, adaptation studies, and conceptual art practices. She has worked as an art critic for more than 15 years, publishing in international art magazines and journals, and has an occasional curatorial practice.

Wyman teaches in the faculties of Liberal Studies and Art (Criticism and Curatorial Practice), and supervises graduate students in the CCP and IAMD programs.

Jon Todd

A graduate from Sheridan College in Toronto, Jon Todd has developed a unique style based on a process of layering in his artwork. His many influences include tattoo graphics, street art, Asian, Northern European and Mexican cultures. By absorbing each of these influences into his art, Todd works with a number of different themes, processes and stylisations in each piece.

Gabrielle Moser

Assistant Professor, Art History