ALYSSA FEARON is a curator, educator, and arts manager based in Regina, Saskatchewan, where she holds the position of Director/Curator at Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina Public Library. Integral to Fearon’s curatorial practice is a community-based approach that prioritizes the voices of historically underrepresented audiences. In 2018, Fearon was the inaugural Curator of Nuit Blanche Toronto’s Scarborough zone. The interdisciplinary all-night exhibition, titled STYLL, featured the work of more than 30 artists, authors, and performers. Fearon was also Curator at the Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba (2018 – 2020). She has held lecturer positions at York University, University of Toronto Scarborough, and Brandon University. Raised in Scarborough, Ont., Fearon is now based on Treaty 4 territory in Regina, Sask. She holds an MBA from the Schulich School of Business and an MA in Art History from York University. She is also a Salzburg Global Fellow.
Director/Curator, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, SK