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Through the production of innovative art projects, we use visual storytelling to bring awareness and visibility to some of the greatest social issues of our time. We believe that art has the potential to connect with people's humanity beyond statistics and headlines, and work with artists to produce work that engages with audiences emotionally and intellectually around issues like mental health, homelessness, and addiction.
We incorporated as a non-profit in May 2018, based around the belief that art can be used as a tool to showcase our shared humanity. We believe that art should be accessible to all, and for this reason, our work exists primarily in the public sphere.
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Megan Kee founded Twentytwenty Arts in May 2018 with almost a decade of experience in producing art exhibitions and projects under her belt. With a BFA in Criticism and Curatorial Practice at OCAD University in Toronto and an MA with distinction in Museum and Gallery Studies at Kingston University in the UK, Megan wanted to find a way to use art to change the world (or at least Toronto).
Stella Melchiori has worked in the Toronto arts community since 2012. With an MA in Art History and a Curatorial Management Diploma from York University, Stella has extensive experience curating exhibitions including: Japan Foundation Toronto, p|m Gallery, York University Special Projects Gallery, Gales Gallery, Gallery 918, and Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts. She brings extensive project and event management experience to Twentytwenty Arts.
Katherine Valenzuela has a degree in Design from Concordia University and has spent years working on her craft as a graphic designer and illustrator. Professionally, she works across a diverse array of sectors and industries, creating impactful solutions while leveraging existing technologies. In her spare time, she volunteers and thinks about ways she can create socially engaged work.