Sarah Quinton, BFA, Hon., MFA, has been with the Textile Museum of Canada since 1990, where she is now Curatorial Director. Quinton’s award-winning curatorial work explores contemporary and traditional handmade textiles as they intersect with sculpture, design and new media. She has taught and lectured at universities, colleges, galleries and museums in Canada, the US and internationally, and has sat on numerous volunteer boards, advisory committees and juries. She was recently invited as a keynote speaker at Strutts Gallery, Sackville, New Brunswick; Goldsmiths, University of London; the Institute of International Visual Arts in London (INIVA) (UK); and Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City. She is Chair of the Advisory Board of OnSite, OCAD University’s Professional Gallery, and Adjunct Professor at York University.