curator | educator | arts manager
Fearon is dedicated to working within a collaborative framework to expand the ways in which communities engage with contemporary art. Integral to Fearon’s curatorial practice is a community-based approach that prioritizes the voices of historically underrepresented audiences.
In 2018, Alyssa Fearon curated the inaugural Scarborough zone for Nuit Blanche Toronto. Fearon has also held positions at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Independent Curators International and the University of Toronto. She holds an MBA from the Schulich School of Business and and MA in Art History from York University. She is also a Salzburg Global Fellow. Fearon currently holds the position of Curator at the Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba and teaches in the Visual & Aboriginal Art department at Brandon University.
Photograph by Anique Jordan.