Family & Diaspora

Textiles create bonds between family and community members; they contain collective memories that are prompted by touch, smell, and stories of togetherness [companionship].

Living traditions of making, using, and storing family belongings form intergenerational bonds. Textiles are easily transported and can be moved from place to place with relative ease.

01. Meet Our Guest Programmer

Maya Wilson-Sanchez

Independent Curator, Writer

Maya Wilson-Sanchez is an independent curator and writer based in Toronto and currently the Associate Editor at C Magazine. She has worked in numerous galleries and museums, including the Art Gallery of Ontario, Gallery TPW, and MKG127, and has curated exhibitions at Xpace Cultural Centre, the Royal Ontario Museum, Pride Toronto, and the Art Gallery of Guelph. In 2019, she was an Editorial Resident at Canadian Art and a Curatorial Resident at the Art Museum at the University of Toronto. The 2020 recipient of the Middlebrook Prize for Young Canadian Curators, she is currently curating a year-long public art exhibition for the City of Toronto’s Year of Public Art.

02. Programs

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03. Supporting Content

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