Rhéanne Chartrand is a curator, creative producer, and arts administrator based in Toronto, Canada. She holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Anthropology from McMaster University and a Master’s degree in Museum Studies from the University of Toronto. Chartrand has over six years of experience producing interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary exhibitions, showcases, and festivals. Currently, Chartrand serves as the Aboriginal Curatorial Resident at McMaster Museum of Art where she has curated the exhibitions Unapologetic: Acts of Survivance and Coyote School. She has held positions within numerous cultural organizations, including, but not limited to: aluCine Latin Film+Media Arts Festival, Indigenous Performing Arts Alliance, Kaha:wi Dance Theatre, and the National Museum of the American Indian. Notably, Chartrand served as Artistic Director for the Aboriginal Pavilion, a 16 day Indigenous arts, culture, and sports festival that was held in conjunction with the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am / Parapan Am Games. Chartrand’s past curatorial projects include Gazing Back, Looking Forward (solo-curated; Fort York Visitor’s Centre, 2015) and Sanaugaq // Things Made by Hand (co-curated; UTAC, 2011). In addition to her Métis roots in Canada, Chartrand grew up with a deep appreciation of and connection to Latin American cultures. Her personal journey is reflected in her professional commitment to build cross-cultural connections and creative collaborations between Indigenous peoples from across the Americas.