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Eunice Bélidor

Born in Montreal, she is a curator, critic and researcher, and the 2018 recipient of the The TD Bank Group Awards for Emerging Curator from the Hnatyshyn Foundation. Her practice focusses on contemporary Haitian art, fashion design, performance, post-black studies and feminism. She questions everything, believing that asking the right questions are the best ways to come up with creative and thoughtful answers. She holds a B.A in Art History from Concordia University (Montreal), a M.A in Art History & Visual Culture, and a graduate diploma in Curatorial Studies from York University (Toronto). She has organized and curated various exhibitions, and her writing has been published in the Journal of Curatorial Studies, Invitation, InCirculation, and Espace Art Actuel. She is the creator of #CuratorialTips, a research and help tool for curators. She regularly takes part in various juries and committees, such as the Conseil des arts de Montréal, the Canada Council for the Arts and the City of Montreal. She has worked at BAND Gallery, The Power Plant (Toronto) and articule (Montreal). She currently acts as Director of the FOFA Gallery at Concordia University.