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Assistant Curator, Public Programs and Learning

Kamran is a heritage professional with a passion for creating meaningful, inclusive, participatory, and relevant storytelling experiences. He has worked and volunteered at multiple museums and heritage organizations and served in leadership roles in youth programs. As a new Torontonian and long-time Calgarian, Kamran reflects on the hopes and challenges associated with urban life in Canadian cities. Read More

Assistant Curator, Public Programs and Learning

Bria is a researcher, archivist, and curator who is passionate about the ways art can be used to build and foster community. She has an academic background in art history and fashion and holds a Master’s in Film and Photography Preservation and Collections Management from Toronto Metropolitan University. Bria has worked extensively in both public and private collections in Canada and the United States. Read More

Marketing Lead

Breanne joined Myseum in 2022 after more than 12 years as a marketing professional in newspaper and television media. Her passion project for the past 5 years as the co-founder of Toronto Drag Queen Storytime helped nurture her desire to connect people in her community. During the pandemic, Breanne took the opportunity to realign her career more closely to her values, which is how she discovered Myseum. She was inspired by their meaningful programming, the stories they committed to sharing, and the diverse audiences they engaged. Read More

Production Lead

Davin brings an extensive array of experience in content creation to Myseum having spent the last 17 years working in production services for digital, broadcast and theatrical distribution. Starting his career in Southern California, Davin has produced content for clients that include Red Bull Media House, MTV Networks, Here TV, and Interscope Records. More recently, Davin relocated to Toronto and has developed a passion for producing content in the arts and culture sector. As Production Lead with Myseum, Davin aims to use the power of story to contribute to a digital archive of Toronto’s historical and contemporary narratives. Read More

Associate Curator, Public Programs and Learning

Kathleen is driven by sharing stories about our city with the diverse communities that make Toronto special. Outside of working at Myseum, Kathleen has recently joined the Open Studio Board of Directors and the Group of Ontario Emerging Museum Professionals (GOEMP) Committee. She has guided participatory tours at the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, and has volunteered with Toronto’s Feminist Art Collective (FAC). She also holds a Master’s of Museum Studies from the University of Toronto. Read More

Graphic Designer

Natasha is a graphic designer with an excellent eye for aesthetics. She is always on the hunt for a clever creative solution and is passionate about designing for social good. After obtaining a Bachelor of Design at OCAD University, Natasha is ambitiously looking for new ways to take her knowledge, skills and experiences to the next level. Read More

Executive Director

Heidi loves museums. For over 20 years she has worked in visual arts institutions around the world holding positions at the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto and the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. She has led public programming and learning departments at the Vancouver Art Gallery, Tate Gallery and the Institute of Contemporary Art, London and produced radio for the BBC. She returned home 4 years ago and has joined Myseum with a passion to grow the organization. Read More

Marketing & Social Media Specialist

Rosemary collaborates with the team to embed Myseum in the digital worlds of our community members. Every day, she is inspired by how her co-workers bring innovative and profound programming to life. In her role as the Marketing and Social Media Specialist, Rosemary calls on years of experience in grassroots and corporate marketing to connect Toronto’s community with Myseum’s depth of resources. Read More

Associate Manager, Operations & Development

Julie is an experienced arts and culture professional with experience at various organizations such as the Oakville Historical Society, Toronto Summer Music, Toronto International Film Festival, and Asian Art and Culture Trust. From exhibition curation and public programming and to museum planning and management, Julie is interested in meaningful ways of amplifying diverse stories and a wide range of activities in the arts and culture sector. Read More

Associate Curator, Public Programs and Learning

Sarah is driven by a curiosity for all things Toronto and an unshakeable belief that the arts, culture, and community contribute to thriving cities. Combining her education and experience in the fields of dance, cultural & community development, and public health, she brings an interdisciplinary lens to her work at Myseum. Read More

Director of Programming

Nadine has been engaging diverse communities through cultural programming and meaningful participation in the arts for over 20 years. The former Artistic Director of Carlos Bulosan Theatre, and co-founder of the youth-led Kapisanan Philippine Centre for Arts & Culture, Nadine has worked with a variety of arts organizations (VIBE Arts, Kaeja d’Dance, Drum Artz, Reel Asian Film Festival) curating and producing multi-arts programs, events and festivals. Read More

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