Art Historian, Educator, Curator
Olga is a contemporary art historian, educator, and curator. Her areas of research include performance art, consumer culture, and the development of the conceptual art movement. She holds a Master’s Degree in Art History with a Diploma in Curatorial Practices in Visual Culture from York University. Olga is currently interested in notions of space and navigation, contemporary Indigenous art, and culture theory.
At present, Olga is teaching at OCAD University and writing for Art Canada Institute. She is also working at Woodland Cultural Centre, an Indigenous-led organization, where she is building a digital infrastructure for the Education Department and amplifying the voices of Indigenous artists through public programming. Olga is passionate about thinking, learning, and healing through art.