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Dana Snow is a curator, critic and researcher based in Toronto. In her work, Dana looks for opportunities of mending in disconnection on personal and community levels, working primarily but not exclusively on joyful queer space, and familial grief, two subjects the artist herself struggles to disentangle. Focusing on healing through affect, Dana believes in the power of seeing our stories meaningfully reflected in artwork, writing, and exhibitions. 

Dana has exhibited at InterAccess, Critical Distance for Curators, Riverdale Gallery, OCAD University and Xpace Cultural Centre.

She has been published in Peripheral Review and Femme Art Review, and have been a guest lecturer at OCAD University and InterAccess.

She has developed accessible arts programming on municipal and national levels, including the Gerrard Arts Crawl (2023) and UTOPICS (2022-24).

In her spare time, you can find Dana enjoying a strong cup of coffee and a dense piece of theory. 


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