Media Artists
for 50 Years


Aljumaine Gayle | Chair

Aljumaine is a queer design technologist and creative manager based in Toronto. I’m passionate about using design to bridge the gap between visual design, user experience design, and engineering. My art practice is rooted in Afrofuturism in order to subvert systems. I enjoy being a researcher with the Technoscience Research Unit at the University of Toronto focusing on surveillance technologies. I have a degree in digital futures from OCADU. I create experimental electronic music and short films in my free time.

Rachel South | Secretary (Acting) 

Rachel South is a Toronto-based designer who builds and strengthens the customer-facing elements of digital products. A graduate of the MDes program of OCADU, Rachel’s work is focused on the environmental, physical and social determinants of human health. She currently works as a junior UX designer at INVIVO, a digital scientific communications agency located in Toronto.

Renata Azevedo Moreira

Renata is Assistant Curator at the Art Gallery of Toronto and an author, researcher and curator based in Tkaronto (Toronto) who holds a PhD in Communication from the University of Montreal, obtained with a co-supervision at the Art History Department at the University of Quebec in Montreal. Her doctoral research is focused on the exhibition of media arts, in particular on the dialogue established between the curatorial gesture and the processual creation of the work of contemporary and media art directed towards collaborative work with artists and audiences in the development of each curatorial event.

Serene Husni

Serene Husni is a filmmaker, teacher, and translator. She is a co-writer and co-editor of the feature documentary Eulogy for The Dead Sea (2022) by Polina Teif. Her two shorts, Zinco (2013) and Brown Bread & Apricots (2020) won the “Audience Award” from the Franco-Arab Film Festival and the “Qayrub Award” from the Toronto Arab Film Festival respectively. Serene holds in MFA in Documentary Media from the Toronto Metropolitan University.

Ramolen Laruan

RAMOLEN LARUAN is an interdisciplinary artist based in Tkaronto/Toronto, ON. Her artistic practice explores a variety of mediums ranging from sculpture, collage, print, photography, film, installation, and other digital work to offer new patterns of thinking about displacement, migration, politics of knowledge, notions of truth/multiple truths, memory, and remembrance. Her work has been featured in various publications and exhibited in group and travelling exhibitions across Canada and the United States. Recent solo exhibitions include still, unfolding (2020) at Zalucky Contemporary. Laruan received her BFA at Queen’s University and MFA at Western University in 2020.

Kunle Bristow

Kunle Bristow shot his first video about Greek mythology at age 12.

He is an independent director and writer – currently in development on a historical action documentary and in post production on a science fiction / Afrofuturist film. He enjoys experimenting with technology and human emotion.

Kunle has worked for over 20 years in film industry departments including: camera, lighting, props and set decoration. His recent credits include: Star Trek (Paramount +) The Expanse (Amazon) and The Handmaids Tale (Netflix). In the spring of 2023 he will wrap season 4 of The Boys (Sony Pictures)

In 2022 Bristow was invited into the television Showrunner bootcamp led by “The Office” writer Anthony Q. Farrell.

His production company – – has produced content for Google and the Law Society of Upper Canada.

He has been a member of Trinity Square Video for over 25 years.

Maegan Broadhurst | Treasurer

Maegan Broadhurst comes from a Video and Media Arts background-as an arts administrator, curator and lapsed artist. Broadhurst holds an MFA in Documentary Media from Toronto
Metropolitan University and a BA in Communication Studies from Concordia University. She has worked in programming, education and organizational support within organizations such as; 8eleven, Canadian Art, Images Festival, Oakville Galleries, The National Gallery of Canada and The City of Toronto. She is Head of Communication and Development at Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography and co-runs the curatorial collective shell.

Andrew Bako

Andy Bako is an intern architect and UX/UI designer based in Toronto. He holds a Master of Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design with Distinction, and a Bachelor of Architectural Studies from Carleton University (Design Stream). Andy was the recipient of the Harvard GSD 2019 Digital Design Prize for his Master’s Thesis project, “Normal House.” Andy has experience working on large, commercial projects including Phase 1 of the CIBC Square Master Plan, located in downtown Toronto.

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