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Azadeh Pirazimian

Azadeh Pirazimian (She/Her)

Azadeh is a multidisciplinary artist, art instructor, and art administrator based in Toronto and a former lecturer from Iran. Through her art practice, she actively investigates self-expression, communication, daily resistance, and social injustice, in diverse media.

Her artistic approach combines different disciplines, including photography, video, performance art, painting, and illustration. Azadeh has a bachelor’s in painting and a master’s degree in visual communication.

Combining her learnings at Centennial College’s Arts Management program and her past experience, she hopes to contribute to the Canadian arts and cultural space through a multicultural lens.

Ermelinda Cela (She/Her)

Ermelinda Is a Choreographer/Dance Teacher with an experience of more than 20 years in the performing arts industry. Her Bachelor Degree was completed in Albania with the Major in Choreography and Pedagogy.

She has created numerous shows and dance performances in Albania, her hometown, as a teacher in the National School of Ballet and here in Toronto in the last 10 years as a choreographer, creator, dance teacher and producer. She strives to build arts programs and education programs and events for artists, children and youth.

Ermelinda is currently enrolled in the Arts Management Program at Centennial College with the goal to pursue her career in Arts Management in a Government Department and/or Arts Industry here in Toronto.

Ermelinda Cela
Vivek Patel

Vivek Patel (He/Him)

Vivek is a Sound engineer and Sound designer. He did his graduation from Mumbai Music institute and post graduation from George Brown college. He has experience working in live concerts, audio post production for films.

Vivek is currently taking the Arts Management program at Centennial College. After gaining technological knowledge he wants to enhance his business knowledge of the industry.



Judith Healey-Greene (She/Her)

Judith is an arts worker who moved to the sector from a social justice/non-profit background. She has experience working in Box Office, Administration, and FOH roles for the Royal Conservatory of Music, Canadian Opera Company, and Long & McQuade (respectively).

Judith is currently taking the Arts Management program at Centennial College after transitioning from studying Music History and Art History at the University of Toronto. She has volunteered for musical events in the city such as the Harbourfront Summer Music series, TD Toronto Jazz Festival, Kensington Market Jazz Festival, and Field Trip Festival.

In her spare time, she is an avid music consumer and student and brings this arts passion to her work.

Judith Healey-Greene