Noa has a background in museum and archival studies. She has been active in the cultural and not-for-profit sector for several years and is currently the Director of Adult Programming and an Acting Curator at the Design Exchange. Noa has a passion for end of the world preparedness.
Deborah is an independent curator, designer and educator with a background in art and architecture.Â She is a co-founder of FEAST Toronto, a series of community dinners and micro-funding events supporting local art and design, works in architecture and contemporary art,Â teaches design studio at Ryerson University, and occasionally makes objects and installations as one half of the collaborative Elsworthy Wang. Deborah is older than she looks.
David Dick-Agnew is a writer, artist, and skilled labourer who has worked for Azure, Designlines, and The Toronto Standard, and for television shows appearing on CBC and HGTV. Heâ€™s also the worst kind of armchair philosopher, grammar queen, wonderkiller, and intellectual dilettante. In his spare time, he enjoys finding fault and worrying about the future of humanity.