Alexia Bréard-Anderson (she/her) is a writer + arts administrator of Argentinean descent, born as a settler to Tkaronto. She is
dedicated to forging space for emerging creatives through intuitive + collaborative arts programming based in care and
equity. Alexia has a web of experience overseeing group and solo exhibitions, talks, workshops, events, screenings,
publications and mentorship programs. Alongside a BFA in Art Criticism & Curatorial Practices from OCAD University, she
recognizes the abundance of ancestral, community and earth-based knowledge that informs her everyday learning and
unlearning; and is deeply grateful for the opportunity to lead Xpace through these expansive social, economic, political
and spiritual currents.
Philip Ocampo (he/him) is a queer Filipino artist and curator based in Toronto, Canada. Ocampo’s multidisciplinary practice
primarily involves sculpture, installation, illustration and public programming. His work usually explores phenomenon,
nostalgia, and the reconciling of personal experiences. Ocampo holds a BFA in Digital Painting and Expanded Animation
from OCAD U.
Natalie King is a queer interdisciplinary Anishinaabe artist, facilitator and member of Timiskaming First Nation. King's multidisciplinary arts practice includes video, painting, sculpture and installation as well as community engagement, curation and arts administration.
King’s works are about embracing the ambiguity and multiplicities of identity within queer Anishinaabe experience(s). King's practice and facilitation work operates within a firmly future-bound perspective, reclaiming realities of lived lives through frameworks of care and survivance.
King has a BFA from OCAD University and currently lives and makes on the traditional territories of the Huron-Wendat, Anishinabek Nation, the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nations, and the Métis Nation in Tkaronto, Turtle Island.
Hau Pham is a Vietnamese Artist currently based in Vaughan, Canada. She is completing her last year in the Drawing and Painting Program AT OCAD U as a thesis student. Translating her ideas through oil paintings, her work draws heavy influence from her South-East Asian Heritage and Buddhist beliefs, mainly focusing on the complexities of the Asian Feminine identity.
Our board is composed of current members of the OCAD Student Union: an independent, democratically run student organization with approximately 5000 members, incorporated as a not‐for‐profit corporation
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