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Toronto, ON, M6J 2Y8
General: info [at] interaccess.org
Telephone: +1 416 532 0597
Fax: +1 416 532 3136
Laura Berazadi, Executive Director
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Maiko Tanaka, Curator, Public Programs
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Mitchell F. Chan, Education Coordinator
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Luis Hernandez, Studio Technician
Please note that InterAccess has two calls for submissions per year, which can be view on our Calls and Opportunities page. We do accept proposals for exhibitions outside of those deadlines.
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Laura Berazadi has extensive experience as a cultural manager and has worked with art institutions across the province. In recent years, Laura has lectured at Museums and the Web, OCAD U at the Beal Institute for Strategic Creativity, and The Power Plant. Prior to joining InterAccess, Laura spent three years developing new media projects for the Art Gallery of Ontario's province-wide outreach program ArtsAccess.
Mitchell F. Chan is an interdisciplinary artist working in electronics, interactive design, and other new media. His interactive artworks and installations have been exhibited at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., The John Hancock Tower in Chicago, IL, Alan Avery Art Company in Atlanta, GA, and numerous galleries and festivals across North America. He also produces architectural-scale public artworks as a founder and principal partner of Studio F-Minus.
Luis Hernandez is an artist, game developer, and sound designer based in Toronto. Hernandez builds custom audio and video synthesizers which he uses in live performance and game development. His game, JazzPunk is currently in heavy development.
Maiko Tanaka has been developing curatorial projects exploring art, cultural politics and apparatuses of everyday life since graduating from OCAD in 2006. She has undertaken curatorial positions at Casco in Utrecht, collaborating on their ongoing research and exhibition project “The Grand Domestic Revolution,” as well as at the Justina M. Barnicke Gallery where she mounted international conferences, exhibitions and various architectural and media art installations during her two year residency. Maiko currently serves on the Board of Gendai Gallery, writes a regular column for FUSE, and recently completed her Masters of Visual Studies at the University of Toronto.