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20 January 2019

Danuta Sierhuis experiences the exhibition Soundings: An Exhibition in Five Parts with Sebastian De Line’s Walking Ohénton Karihwatéhkwen (walking + words before all else), 2018, audio tour. Photo: Paul Litherland

Danuta Sierhuis joined Agnes in December as Digital Development Coordinator. She is working to implement an ambitious project over the next couple of years that will transform the visitor experience in-gallery and online, opening expanded access to our collections, exhibitions and research.

Sierhuis  comes to us from the National Gallery of Canada, where she has been working as a curatorial assistant in Canadian Art. She holds an MA in Art History with a specialization in Digital Humanities from Carleton University, and a diploma in Interactive Media Management from Algonquin College, and has attained a suite of relevant experience in art galleries and archives. Her projects have spanned exhibitions, collections management, digitization, digital humanities projects including online exhibitions, augmented reality publications and 3D models, web design and social media management.