• DJ Fraser

    Dorian J. Fraser (they/he) is a writer, curator and lecturer operating along axes of the visual arts, culture and cinema as they express and complicate sexualities, queer and gender studies. They are a doctoral candidate at Concordia University and are currently an instructor at MacEwan University in Edmonton, AB/Treaty Six territory  Raised in BC on Coast Salish territories among artists, he comes to feel the sand between his toes.

    Current areas of interest include problematic artists, unfashionable queerness, weird archives and cancel culture. They have published in Canadian Art magazine, C magazine, and have work in the upcoming Unsettling Canadian Art History from McGill-Queen’s University Press. Past curatorial work includes On the Record, an installment of Canadian queer and 2Spirit short films in the ongoing Cinema of Gender Transgression series at Anthology Archives in Manhattan. Their new curatorial work, Eric Metcalfe: Pop Anthropology will be opening in October 2021 at the University of Victoria’s Maltwood Gallery.

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  • Shaunna Moore

    Shaunna Moore is an archivist with an interest in emerging arts and cultural archives and their intersections with social justice. She is a graduate of the Master of Archival Studies program at UBC. Prior to becoming an independent information specialist, she was the archivist for the Belkin Gallery, where she managed the Morris/Trasov Archive. She currently works with arts organizations to empower their preservation of small archives and other collections.

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  • Felicity Tayler

    Felicity Tayler, MILS, PhD is the Interim Head, Research Services (Arts and Special Collections) at the University of Ottawa. Most recently, she has curated Desire Lines: Mapping the Metadata of Toronto Arts Publishing for the AGYU. Her interests include art historical metadata modeling, data visualization, and the print culture of artistic community, as a co-applicant on the SSHRC-funded SpokenWeb partnership, which foregrounds a coordinated and collaborative approach to literary historical study and digital development, with diverse collections of spoken recordings from across Canada and beyond. Tayler’s critical and scholarly writing has been published widely and related exhibitions have taken place at Artexte and the National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives, among other venues.

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