Amanda Shore is writer and curator based in Halifax and has held the position as Curatorial Research Assistant and Assistant Manager for IOTA since 2020. Her art criticism has been published in Canadian Art, Visual Arts News, and C Magazine. Selected curatorial projects include Art in the Open (Charlottetown, 2020), Sound Etiquette (Centre for Art Tapes, 2017), Outside the Box 5.0 (Toronto Offsite Design Festival, 2017), and Symphony of Hunger: Digesting Fluxus in Four Movements (A Plus A Gallery, 2015). She holds a BA in Art History from NSCAD University, a certificate from the School for Curatorial Studies Venice, and a Master’s in Art History at Concordia University. Her research focuses on settler responsibility, cultural appropriation, and craft-based actions of solidarity.