Britt Gallpen is a writer and curator based in Toronto, Canada.
She is currently the Project Coordinator on Sakkijâjuk, the first major nationally touring exhibition of fine art from Nunatsiavut and co-curator of iNuit Blanche, an all-night, city-wide circumpolar art project scheduled for 2016. Her research considers the shifting landscape of Canadian practice alongside the legacies of iconic Canadian makers, specifically in relation to considerations of intimacy, gender and nationhood in the works of Joyce Wieland and Tanya Lukin Linklater. Recent curatorial projects include: Titigi (Toronto) and ARCTICNOISE (Vancouver). Her writing has appeared in Canadian Art, esse art + opinions and KAPSULA among others.
She is the editor of the Inuit Art Quarterly.