PROJECT CURATOR AND PRODUCER
Pohanna Pyne Feinberg's art practice is expressed through community collaborations, participatory audio walks, sound collages, mixed-media installations, printmaking, and in-situ co-creations with place. Her projects often explore textures of impermanence, sensory attunement, collective memory, and decolonizing pedagogy. Her work as an artist-educator comprises designing and guiding workshops and programs for cultural organisations and schools. In 2011, she curated [in-tur-pri-tey-shuhnz], an interdisciplinary group exhibition that raised questions about the intersections between contemporary art and oral history. In 2009, she developed InspireArt.org, an on-line magazine with the mandate to increase awareness about community-based art in the Montreal region. Pohanna is currently a doctoral candidate in Art Education at Concordia University and an art history professor at Dawson College.