Alysa Procida, Publisher, Inuit Art Quarterly

Bringing a wealth of experience with Inuit art and non-profit leadership, Alysa Procida joined the IAF in 2015. Prior to becoming the Foundation’s Executive Director, Alysa was the Executive Director and Curator of the Museum of Inuit Art. Over her career she has written and presented internationally about using both traditional and new media channels to champion Inuit art to new and existing audiences. Alysa is currently the Executive Director of the Inuit Art Foundation.

Britt Gallpen, Editor

Britt Gallpen is a writer and curator based in Toronto, Canada, and the editor of the Inuit Art Quarterly. Since 2014 she has been the project coordinator of SakKijâjuk: Art and Craft from Nunatsiavut. Recent curatorial projects include: Titigi (Toronto) and ARCTICNOISE (Vancouver). Britt has written catalogue texts for The Walter Phillips Gallery at the Banff Centre and grunt gallery, in addition to contributions to numerous publications including Canadian Art, esse art + opinions, drain mag and KAPSULA. She is a contributing editor to Prefix Photo.

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John Geoghegan, Assistant Editor and Circulation Manager

John is pursuing an MA in Art History with a diploma in curatorial practice from York University. He has worked in collection management at several public museums and galleries, including the Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, and the city of Hamilton. In 2013 John co-curated the exhibition Moving Side and Forward: A Journey through the Collection of York University at the Varley Art Gallery, Markham. Most recently John contributed catalogue entries to the publication accompanying the touring exhibition A Story of Canadian Art: As Told by the Hart House Art Collection. John has a keen interest in research and the history of art in Canada.

Simone Wharton, Copyeditor

Simone Wharton holds an Honours BA in Art History from the University of Toronto, a Publishing Certificate from Ryerson University, and is an Art History MA student at York University. She continues to pursue her passion for the arts as web and layout director for the Art Canada Institute. Simone is an emerging independent curator who enjoys exhibiting and working with young and talented diverse artists.