Megan MacLaurin

Megan MacLaurin is a curator and writer born and based in Toronto/Tkaronto, Canada. She holds an M.A. in Art History & Curatorial Practices from York University and a B.A. in Art History and Arts Administration from the University of Ottawa. Her research and curatorial practice explore the intersections between natural and technological ecologies in a changing climate. Megan has curated exhibitions for BIG on Bloor, Bunker 2, InterAccess, Vector Festival, and Xpace Cultural Centre. Her writing has been featured in Canadian Art, Peripheral Review, and Movement Research Performance Journal. Presently, she works at the documentary film festival Hot Docs.


Issues Contributed:

2020-21 Print Publication

From the Archives:

Art for Future Humans: Camille Jodoin-Eng’s Earth Shrine