Wanda Nanibush

Wanda Nanibush

Curator, Indigenous Art

Selected AGO exhibitions:
Karoo Ashevak (2019)
Rebecca Belmore Facing the Monumental (2018)
JS McLean Centre for Indigenous & Canadian Art (2018)
Rita Letendre: Fire & Light (2017)
Toronto: Tributes + Tributaries, 1971-1989 (2016)

Background: Prior to joining the AGO in 2016, Wanda Nanibush held various curatorial and academic roles across Canada since 2001. In addition to independent curation, Nanibush held the post of Aboriginal Arts Officer at the Ontario Arts Council, Executive Director of ANDPVA and strategic planning for CCA. She holds a Master’s Degree in visual studies from the University of Toronto, where she has also taught graduate courses. Nanibush has published widely in magazines, books and journals. As co-lead of the AGO’s department of Indigenous and Canadian art, Nanibush’s area of specialty is Indigenous Art and collection diversification.

 

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