Liza, the founder of Curator on the Go, is a Toronto-based independent Art Curator. She has been working directly with artists since 2015, and has helped them thrive in the industry through media opportunities, exhibitions, and business advice. She also organizes exhibitions and art events around the city.
She currently works as an independent mentor and advisor for emerging artists. Not being tied to any specific art institution provides her the freedom to work with various local artists, and focus on the business side of the industry, something that is not often discussed in art school, and that many independent artists do not focus on enough. Liza’s goal is to erase the trope of the “starving artist”, and help artists set goals, find their voice, brand, and niche, and understand how to sell and price their artworks and services to collectors.
She recently launched Curator on the Go Podcast as a platform for artists, art professionals and other creatives to share their stories and learn from each other. Check the podcast section to learn more and listen to the latest episodes.