Aboriginal Curatorial Collective / Collectif des commissaires autochtones

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Address: 419 - 192 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, ON M5T 2C2

Email: info@acc-cca.com

Phone No.: (647) 427-8074

Services Offered: Mentorship & Professional Development, Producing & Creation

Organization Type: Non-profit

In 2005, a group of Indigenous curators came together to develop a long-term strategy in order to better support a community of current and future Indigenous curators. Barry Ace, Ahasiw Maskegon-Iskwew, Ron Noganosh, Ryan Rice, and Cathy Mattes were key members who brought forward the idea of creating a collective of Indigenous curators and to create moments to have conversations about the state of Indigenous curatorial practice in Canada. The Aboriginal Curatorial Collective (ACC-CCA) was launched as a response to the authority afforded to the non-Indigenous curatorial and academic community within the discipline of Indigenous arts in Canada. “A Proposal for a Framework for Action” is a document that was created in order to provide long-term strategic support for the Indigenous curatorial community and to point to the need to have a roundtable discussion to point to crucial issues faced by Indigenous curators at that time.

    Priority Community: Indigenous artists

    Communities Organization Self-Identifies With: Indigenous artists

    Artistic Discipline: Any or All Disciplines

    Province/Territory Service is Provided: National (All)

    Language: English (Anglaise), Francais (French), Bilingual

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