Pip Day

Pip Day is Director/Curator at the non-profit exhibitions and research centre SBC Gallery of Contemporary Art in Montréal. Prior to this, Pip worked as an independent curator, writer and educator in the arts for 12 years, primarily in London, New York and Mexico City where she founded the first graduate level curatorial studies program in Latin America; RIM, a residency program for curators and critics; and el instituto, an organization dedicated to culture, politics, activism and research. This work was partly supported through Pip’s Andy Warhol Foundation Curatorial Research Fellowship, which she received in 2011. She has published texts on art and culture in numerous catalogues, books and journals including Afterall, Untitled and Curare. She has taught in curatorial Masters programs at Bard College and at Goldsmiths College, and has lectured widely in university and other cultural contexts. In the late 90s she worked as Curator at Artists Space in New York. Pip is a member of the curatorial team for the SITElines Biennial in Santa Fe, taking place in July 2016.

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