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Three New Trustees appointed to the Board of Trustees of the National Gallery of Canada
July 5, 2019
The National Gallery of Canada (NGC) is pleased to welcome the following three new members to its Board of Trustees:
Brian Paul McBay from British Columbia, is a cultural worker based in Vancouver. In 2005, he co-founded 221A, a non-profit organization that focuses on research and the development of social, cultural and ecological infrastructure. Brian Paul McBay is currently the organization's Executive Director. He joins the Gallery’s board for a three year term.
Sara Stasiuk is Vice-President of Finance and Operations at the Forks North Portage Partnership, a key stakeholder in the development of downtown Winnipeg. She has more than 20 years of experience working with the music and cultural community in Manitoba. Sara Stasiuk will serve on the board for four years.
Clayton Windatt is Executive Director of the Aboriginal Curatorial Collective in Sturgeon Falls, Ontario. He is a Métis multi-artist who has an extensive history working as a filmmaker and in artist-run culture and community arts organizations. Clayton Windatt joins the board for a four year term.
These Order-in-Council appointments were announced today by The Honourable Pablo Rodriguez, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Multiculturalism. For more information about these appointments, please consult the Minister’s press release.
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