Victoria Dickenson is former Director of the McMichael Canadian Art Collection in Toronto, as well as President, McMichael Canadian Art Foundation. She inaugurated the post of Chief Knowledge Oﬃcer of the new Canadian federal institution, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 2009. For eleven years, she was Executive Director of the McCord Museum of Canadian History in Montreal. She has also served as Director, Programs, at the National Aviation Museum and Chief Curator of the Newfoundland Museum. She is an Aﬃliate of McGill University History Department, and an Adjunct Research Associate in inclusive Design at OCADU. She has curated numerous exhibitions and has written extensively on documentary art and the visualization of landscape in North America.
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