Tarah Hogue is a curator, writer and uninvited guest on the unceded Coast Salish territories of Vancouver BC. Of mixed French, Dutch and Métis ancestry, she grew up in Red Deer AB, on the border between Treaty 6 and 7 along the original trading route of the Métis. Since 2014, Hogue has been Curator with grunt gallery and is the 2016 Audain Aboriginal Curatorial Fellow with the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria. Recent curatorial projects include Unsettled Sites at SFU Gallery; and Cutting Copper: Indigenous Resurgent Practice (co-curator), a collaboration between grunt gallery and the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery. Hogue is writer-in-residence for thirstDays with VIVO Media Arts, and has written for BlackFlash Magazine (forthcoming) Canadian Art, Decoy Magazine, Inuit Art Quarterly and others. She holds an MA in Art History, Critical and Curatorial Studies from the University of British Columbia and a BA(H) in Art History from Queen’s University.