Emma Morin is an emerging professional in the arts and cultural sector. She has an undergraduate degree from Western University in History and Museum and Curatorial Studies that has further inspired her love of the arts. Working in a variety of museums, she has developed a passion for children’s programming and event management in museum and gallery spaces. Currently studying Arts Management at Centennial College, Emma aims to build on her exhibit design and event management experience in her hometown of Toronto, Ontario.
Sabbu Khadka(she/ her) was born and raised in Nepal. She has a bachelor’s degree in social work and journalism from Tribhuvan University. Her passion for arts brought her to Canada to keep developing her skill and knowledge. She is currently pursuing her post graduate Certification in Arts Management at Centennial College in Toronto. Her ultimate career goal is to establish her own arts organization, acting as a catalyst to support artists and enhance accessibility to the arts in her home country. She aspires to create an impactful arts organization capable of making a positive difference in people’s lives and communities through the transformative power of the arts.
Henry Ngama (He/Him) is a multidisciplinary and hyperrealistic Muralist from Nigeria with an educational background in Urban & Regional Planning. Henry is currently on a Graduate Certificate in Arts Management with Centennial College. Henry is also known for studio Paintings (gallery products) with over 12 years of professional field practice in Arts mural production, prefers spending his Entire time making realistic paintings with Afro music. Henry has Enochlophobia and always love to be silent and Observe.
Photos by Nickolas Davies-Hall and Ajay Subedi