First Nations Curator Wanda Nanibush

Wanda Nanibush is a Toronto-based Anishinaabe curator, artist, activist and educator. Her work focuses on First Nations culture, and she is the first Curator of Indigenous Art at the Art Gallery of Ontario. The powerful and unique art of Indigenous cultures has been brought to the forefront of the North American art world with the help of her work. Her love for art and an artist’s work is transparent as she gives art its own freedom of space, elevating artists into the larger conversations aro...

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