Daniel W. Coburn
Anne Tapler White
Andrea Kunard, juror
Associate Curator of Photographs, National Gallery of Canada
Andrea Kunard, Associate Curator, curates exhibitions on Canadian photography including Shifting Sites (2000), Susan McEachern: Structures of Meaning (2004), Steeling the Gaze (2008), Scott McFarland: A Cultivated View (2009), Fred Herzog (2011), Clash: Conflict and Its Consequences (2012), Michel Campeau: Icons of Obsolescence (2013), Photography in Canada 1960-2000 (2017) and Marlene Creates - Places, Paths, and Pauses (2017). Kunard has taught photo history, Canadian art and cultural theory at Carleton and Queen's University, and lectured on photography throughout Canada. Co-editor of The Cultural Work of Photography in Canada (McGill Queen’s U.P. 2008), she has also written articles on contemporary and historical photography in The Journal of Canadian Art History, the International Journal of Canadian Studies, and Early Popular Visual Culture. She is currently working on a major web-based project focused on the National Film Board of Canada, Still Photography Division collection in collaboration with the Library and Archives Canada.