Victoria Mohr-Blakeney is a curator and writer based out of Peterborough, Canada.
Victoria Mohr-Blakeney is a curator and writer with a focus on curating contemporary dance and performance. She has curated/ co-curated performance and visual art exhibitions in gallery, theatre, and site-specific settings including Harbourfront Centre, CB Gallery, Edward Day Gallery, Artspace, The Citadel, George Brown School of Design, Scotiabank Studio Theatre, Artsweek Peterborough, Xpace Cultural Centre, and Nuit Blanche. Victoria has curated and presented the work of Amelia Ehrhardt, Bridget Moser, Brian Solomon, and Hong Kong Exile among others. She holds an MFA in Criticism and Curatorial Practice from OCAD University.
Victoria is currently Performance Curator at Public Energy in Peterborough, Ontario. She has published work in Kapsula Magazine, The Dance Current, Toronto Standard, Peterborough This Week, Kawartha Now, and the Literary Review of Canada. She is currently conducting performance research for Peggy Baker Dance Projects. Victoria is the recipient of the 2015 President's Medal in Criticism and Curatorial Practice from OCAD University. She has presented her research on curatorial writing and contemporary performance in Canada and New Zealand.