Sarah Edo (she/her) is an emerging curator, researcher, and cultural worker, joining the TBA team as the Curatorial Fellow, Programs, for its third edition. Her practice and research orbit themes of Black visual and material cultures and queer diasporic sensibilities. Her creative and cultural pursuits are guided and grounded by her experiences in community work and collective study. Sarah holds a Masters in Gender Studies from the University of Toronto.

Sarah has a range of curatorial and project coordination experience. She has organized with 1919Mag, a print magazine and multimedia platform for Black cultural production and political education. She has held project coordination roles with arts collective, Diasporic African Women Artists (DAWA) and plant medicine school, Seed Soil Spirit. Sarah has curated exhibits and programs with BAND Gallery (2022), Images Film Festival (2023), Whippersnapper Gallery (2023) and most recently, through her curatorial residency at the Gardiner Museum (2024). Her art writing has been featured in Studio Magazine, BlackFlash Magazine, CMag and 1919Mag. Sarah is based in Tkaronto/Toronto.