When I walk into Toronto Pearson International Airport, I see a blank canvas and feel a sense of possibility. As Toronto Pearson's curator I'm responsible for programming the exhibition spaces at the airport, ensuring that it reflects the vitality of the local arts and cultural community.
Art Curator at Toronto Pearson International Airport
Lee Petrie is the curator at Toronto Pearson International Airport. She oversees the airport’s public art collection and exhibition program. Before joining the airport in 2006, Lee worked in public programs at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection (Kleinburg) and the Varley Art Gallery (Markham). She holds a Master of Arts in Art History (Queens) and a Master of Museum Studies (University of Toronto). Lee has been a juror for numerous exhibitions and is an active member of the Airport Arts professional association.
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