Wanda NanibushCurator, writter and artist
Wanda Nanibush is an Anishinabe-kwe curator, writer, and image warrior. She holds a master’s degree in visual studies from the University of Toronto, where she has also taught graduate courses, and is currently the inaugural curator of Indigenous art at the Art Gallery of Ontario. Wanda Nanibush is involved in collection diversification, and publishes articles for magazines, books and journals. She has curated numerous exhibitions including Rebecca Belmore: Facing the Monumental (2018), JS McLean Centre for Indigenous & Canadian Art (2018) and Rita Letendre: Fire & Light (2017). Her major exhibition, Robert Houle: Red is Beautiful is about to open at the Art Gallery of Ontario.