Peter Scott

Peter’s background includes business management, executive education-programming, from the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, Executive Programs. He holds a BFA degree (Hons) from York University, a Master’s Degree in Design - Strategic Foresight Innovation from OCAD University, and several executive education certificates from: the MIT Sloan School Entrepreneurship Program, the Wharton School of Business, the INSEAD School of Business Social Entrepreneurship Program, and the Rotman School of Management, Executive Programs, Integrative Thinking Program. His research focus i

Erica Manetta

Erica Manetta is an Italian art historian and promising curator currently based in Toronto. After majoring in art history and museum studies in Italy, she received an MFA in Criticism and Curatorial Practice at OCAD University.

Nina Vincent Lannes

Nina Vincent is a PhD candidate in the Sociology and Anthropology program at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). She holds a Masters in Anthropology and a Bachelor degree in Social Sciences from UFRJ. Her research interest focuses on Indigenous visual material culture, museology and curatorial practice.

Tak Pham

Tak Pham is an architectural historian, and a curator based in Toronto. Pham holds a BA Hons. in History and Theory of Architecture from Carleton University, and a MFA in Criticism and Curatorial Practice from OCAD University. He has curated exhibitions and public programming at OCADU’s galleries, Montgomery’s Inn, Art Toronto 2015, Y+ Contemporary, Riverdale Gallery and Xpace Cultural Centre. Pham has contributed writings to Espace Art Actuel, 8eleven gallery, and Xpace Cultural Centre.

Valentyna Onisko

Valentyna Onisko is a Toronto-based artist, independent curator and art critic, and a BFA graduate in Interdisciplinary Art from NSCAD University. Onisko is completing her Master of Fine Arts in Criticism and Curatorial Practice at OCAD University, where her MFA thesis exhibition, There is Bread and Salt Between Us investigated ideas of subjecthood, identity, and cultural and historical entanglements through gestures of hospitality.

Robyn McCallum

Robyn McCallum is the Art Curator at TD Bank Group. In this role, Robyn oversees the activities of  the TD Art department including the bank's corporate art collection and public Inuit Art Gallery in Toronto, as well as all visual arts sponsorships undertaken by TD.

Madeleine Heaven

Madeleine Heaven is an aboriginal multidisciplinary artist. She holds a BFA in Drawing and Painting from Ontario College of Art & Design University where she experimented and expanded her practice to various forms of media and technologies. Under the direction of Dr. Gerald McMaster, Heaven currently works on Indigenous Views of the Other project.

Justine Hartleib-Power

Justine Kohleal (MFA Candidate OCAD University, Toronto) is an independent curator and art critic based in Edmonton, Alberta and Toronto, Ontario. Kohleal takes interests in the intersection of space, boredom, and the body/senses within the arts and curatorial practice. In her studies in the MFA program in Criticism and Curatorial Practice, Kohleal utilizes feminist, Marxist, and phenomenological methodologies to explore the relationships between the senses and institutional spaces.

Kat Ananda Gabo

Kat Ananda Gabo is an electronics and tech culture enthusiast who travels the world thinking about speculative futures.

Jasmine Angela So

Jasmine Angela So is an Industrial Design student at OCAD University with a strong interest in smart materials and wearable technology. Currently working on her thesis project researching upcoming trends in the retail industry, she is exploring emerging textiles and the application of biomimicry within apparel and upcoming wearable technologies.