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Hannah Keating

Hannah Keating

Associate Curator
Robert McLaughlin Gallery

Hannah Keating is an Associate Curator at The Robert McLaughlin Gallery where she coordinates the RBC Emerging Artist Residency program, curates exhibitions and public programs, and works with community partners.

She holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Art History from Carleton University and has previously worked at Artspace, the Winnipeg Art Gallery, the University of Manitoba School of Art Gallery, and the Art Gallery of Peterborough.

Hannah is curious about relationships of all kinds and passionate about supporting artists. She is a writer and deep thinker who believes in the power of art to forge connections, provoke conversation, and hold deep truths about the human condition.



Hannah Keating will be speaking at the Museum Social Impact Summit 2024 :

The Neighbours Project

The Robert McLaughlin Gallery (RMG) is located in downtown Oshawa, a city like many that experienced an increase in homelessness during the COVID-19 pandemic. We began to explore how we could extend care to some of our closest neighbours who have experience with housing precarity or homelessness, including those working to reduce barriers to services and offer direct support. In this session, you’ll hear about how we had tough conversations internally, built connections with new organizations, formed friendships, and together developed a project that supported creative community development through art-making experiences that fostered connection and personal well-being.

Hannah Keating