This website is a project of the
2019 Shelley Peterson Student Art Exhibition

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Laetitia Dandavino-Tardif

Laetitia is currently completing a Master of Museum Studies at the University of Toronto and has previously graduated in Art History and Studio Arts from Concordia University, Montreal. To gain experience in the art field, she has previously worked as a Gallery Assistant at the PETERwHART Gallery and as Collections Intern at The Estate of Arnaud Maggs. She aims to work as a contemporary art curator, with the main goal to collaboratively developing exhibitions with emerging artists. To reach my goal, she continually engages with the museum and art communities locally. The Shelley Peterson Student Art Exhibition merges well her interests in contemporary art and her graduate studies in museology. Hence, she is looking forward to co-curating SPSAE 2019, meeting all the artists while learning more about the challenges of curation and exhibition planning.

Kesang Nanglu

Kesang is an artist, curator, and Master of Museum Studies candidate at the University of Toronto. Born in Toronto, Nanglu attended OCAD University where she completed her BFA in Drawing and Painting and Art History. Most recently, she curated a solo exhibition at artist-run centre and DIY space, The Brandscape, and completed a 3-month summer internship in the Aga Khan Museum’s Department of Education and Public Engagement.

Melina Mehr

Melina is a multi-disciplinary creator in the Master of Museum Studies program at the University of Toronto. In addition to being a museum professional, she is a film photographer, web developer, and writer, whose work focuses on cultural lineage and storytelling. She has worked for the Art Gallery of Ontario, Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto, Textile Museum of Canada, and the Art Museum at the University of Toronto. She is the founder of a submission-based publication, invisibilities zine, which curates the written and visualized experiences of various marginalized groups.