Emilie Croning

2022 Program Artist

Emilie Croning (lives and works in Toronto, Canada) is an independent curator, artist, and art historian. Her work explores issues and systems around representation and identity as they relate to visual language and diasporic narratives, working at the intersections of feminist theories and post-colonialism. Her practice is grounded in creating space and advocating for emerging artists in a global context. Her recent curatorial projects include, Jorian Charlton: Out of Many (Art Gallery of Ontario, and Online (Gallery TPW, 2021), Colour Love (Cry Baby Gallery, 2020), Handle With Care (The Gladstone Hotel, 2020), a love ethic (The Gladstone Hotel, 2019). She received her BFA in Art History & Studio Art from Concordia University (Montréal) and an MA in Art History and a Curatorial Studies in Visual Culture Diploma from York University (Toronto).


In Conversation: Dr. George Mahashe and Buhlebezwe Siwani

2022 Biennial artist Buhlebezwe Siwani is joined by Dr. George Mahashe for an intimate conversation that brings together Mahashe’s ongoing research at the intersection of artistic practice, archives, and anthropology with Siwani’s work, which interrogates the patriarchal framing of the Black female body and experience within the South African context. Moderated by curator Emilie Croning, […]

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June 3

1:00pm – 2:30pm

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