Katie Lawson (she/her) joined the curatorial team as Assistant Curator in January 2019. She is a graduate of the Master of Visual Studies Curatorial program at the University of Toronto, where she previously completed her Master of Arts in Art History. She has held curatorial, education and programming positions at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Doris McCarthy Gallery, the Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, bodega (NYC) and the University of Toronto. She maintains a practice as an independent curator, editor and writer working within the tradition of eco- and material feminism(s). She has curated aqueous exhibitions at Y+ Contemporary, Scarborough; RYMD, Reykjavik; the Art Museum, Toronto; the MacLaren Art Centre, Barrie and the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto. She has written for Public Parking, InVisible Culture, TRIBE Photography and Media Journal, galerie Nicholas Robert, City Hall Art Gallery of Ottawa, and she was the Art Editor for the Hart House Review from 2016-2019.