Based in Tiohtià:ke (Montréal), Sarah Piché holds a BFA in Art History and Studio Arts from Concordia University. She finds any excuse to be surrounded by and in collaboration with artists, whether as a curator, coordinator, writer, copy-editor, assistant, or fellow painter. Her exhibition history is inherently tied to the community of young artists; germinating within the nooks and crannies of ephemeral exhibition spaces. Since becoming a member of the Ethnocultural Art History Research Group at Concordia University in 2020, Piché has curated several exhibitions, has published writings and has worked on designing publications. Some recent projects include curating the 2023 Foire Plural kiosk exhibiting the winners of the Claudine and Stephen Bronfman Fellowship, working as a liaison for the Worlding Public Cultures Montreal 2023 conference, and preparing for a Master’s of Communications at Carleton University, Ottawa. Between projects, she is blissfully painting with a Jeunes Volontaires grant in her Chabanel studio.
Photo credit: Ash KG.