As project manager, I led the development, design, fabrication, installation, and launch of the ANIMALIA onsite and online exhibits. This included establishing content partnerships with five external institutions, securing funding approvals and maintaining budget control, coordinating digitization of archival records, and logistical planning of the onsite exhibit installation. These exhibits were launched on December 6, 2018.
As curator and project manager of the “Family Focus” exhibit, I led all aspects of the research, design, production, installation, and launch of this exhibition at the John B. Aird Gallery in Toronto. From June 27 to July 21, 2017, this exhibit saw over 1,000 visitors! Read more about my work as curator in an interview for ActiveHistory.ca here.
As Project Manager for the Archives of Ontario’s “Family Ties: Ontario Turns 150” exhibits suite, I led planning of all works - including the design and installation of a 2,000 square-foot onsite display, accessible online exhibit, and 5-part travelling exhibit launched in October 2016. This exhibits suite received the Ontario Museum Association’s 2017 award for Excellence in Exhibitions.
As Program Manager at The Ontario Historical Society, oversaw the $75,000 grant-funded budget and timeline of the Strengthening Ontario’s Heritage Network (SOHN) project. Oversaw the development of the Society’s new website, managing the web development team, incorporating OHS staff testing feedback, building site architecture in Joomla, and shaping the Society’s web presence.
“From Marshes to Modernity,” in “The Corktowner,” published by the Corktown Residents and Business Association (Summer 2012, p. 5-6).
“Children of Corktown.” Exhibit displayed at the Legislative Assembly of Ontario as part of the Community Exhibits Program. Toronto, Ontario (2011).
“REVIVAL: Remembering Theatre in Canada,” curated exhibition for Theatre Museum Canada in the MacDonald Heaslip Walkway of Theatre History at Hart House Theatre, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario (2009).
“KENOJUAK ASHEVAK,” in The University College Collection: Great art for a Great University, edited by Niam O'Laoghaire and Matthew Brower, University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Ontario (2011).