Toby Katrine Lawrence is a curator and writer based in lək̓ʷəŋən territory, now known as Victoria, BC. She holds a MA in Art History & Theory from the University of British Columbia and a PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies focus on curatorial practice from the University of British Columbia Okanagan. She draws on over 15 years of experience in the arts, working independently and in curatorial positions with the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Vancouver Art Gallery, Kelowna Art Gallery, and Nanaimo Art Gallery. Toby was a contributing curator for the inaugural Contingencies of Care Virtual Residency hosted by OCADU, Toronto Biennial of Art, and BUSH gallery; a curatorial resident of the Otis College of Art Emerging Curators Retreat, Los Angeles; and is a co-founder of the Moss Projects curatorial learning and research program in collaboration with Michelle Jacques, supported by the Canada Council for the Arts Strategic Innovations Cultivate Grant. Her curation and scholarship explore reimagined and non-dominant modes of curation that challenge racial, gender, cultural, and economic inequalities, centering collaborative and relational approaches.