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Michelle Kasprzak is a curator, writer and artist based in Edinburgh. Michelle has exhibited and lectured across North America and Europe. She has appeared in numerous publications and on radio and television broadcasts for BBC Scotland, BBC Wales, CBC national, and on other programmes syndicated worldwide. She completed her MA in Visual and Media Arts from the Université du Québec à Montréal in spring of 2006, and later that year was awarded a curatorial research residency at the Nordic Institute for Contemporary Art in Helsinki, Finland (

She has written critical essays for Spacing (, CV Photo, Public (, Mute (, and several online journals on a wide range of subjects in the realm of contemporary culture.

The results of her curatorial work have appeared in venues worldwide, most recently at Canada House (London, UK), Holden Gallery (Manchester, UK), Urban Screens Manchester (Manchester, UK), Federation Square (Melbourne, Australia), and the Virtual Museums of Canada/Gallery TPW (Toronto, Canada), She is a member of IKT, the International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art (

Formerly the Programmes Director of national development agency New Media Scotland (, Michelle is now a Visual Arts Officer for the Scottish Arts Council (, the lead body for the funding, development, and advocacy of the arts in Scotland.





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