FOUNDER, President & CEO
Focused, purposeful, and motivated Stefan is a curator, entrepreneur, and Ontario Certified Teacher. He brings specialist knowledge from the following programs: University of Glasgow (at Christie's Education) Modern and Contemporary History of Art (2013), Nipissing University Schulich School of Education (2011), and the Ontario College of Art & Design Drawing/Painting (2010).
Chair of the Board
Author. Curator. Designer. Digital Imaging Specialist. Educator.
Themes of inclusive history, identity, gender equality and memory are central to Annie’s creative and professional work.
As a founding member of Kids Can Press, she co-authored The Sandwich, a City of Toronto Book Awards nominee, and published dozens of books that contributed to a richer understanding of the Canadian mosaic. Her portfolio as a museum exhibition specialist through her company Circle Media includes exhibitions in Canada and Asia. She is the founder of the “Inventive Women” and “Inventive Kids” websites/blogs, and the author of the children’s book “Canadian Women Invent!” which presents the story of Canadian female ingenuity through invention and innovation. Currently, she is writing an adventure novel for middle grade readers, as well as an anecdotal history of the Canadian children’s publishing industry. Born in a little Macedonian village, Canada is her sweet home.
Dave is a management consultant and leader of strategic programs in numerous environments, inspired and motivated by music and visual arts. He seeks opportunities to facilitate the melding of creativity with business and organizational infrastructure. He currently brings his expertise to both corporate and not-for-profit engagements and is Chair of the Board at the Music Gallery.
Prachi Khandekar is a curator, designer, and writer based in Toronto, Canada. She studied Architecture at the University of Toronto, Canada and holds an M.A. in Design Criticism from the University of the Arts London, UK. She currently works as a designer for Ryerson University's Faculty of Communication and Design.
Prachi is passionate about developing storytelling projects and educational media from conception to realization using her training in architecture, graphic design and writing. She enjoys learning from successful engagement strategies and collaborating with professionals to create novel learning environments within museums, galleries, archives and other institutions
A graduate from the John H. Daniels' Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design at the University of Toronto, Edith is interested in transforming difficult technical problems into elegant and simple narratives. Edith currently works as a consultant in the residential housing industry. She has contributed and managed projects focused on technical research, innovation adoption, housing technologies, stakeholder engagement, program management and event planning.