Marissa Largo

Assistant Professor of Creative Technologies

Dr. Marissa Largo (she/her) is a curator, educator, artist and researcher of Asian diasporic cultural production and its intersections with race, gender, and community engagement. Her projects have been presented in venues and events such as the Varley Art Gallery of Markham, A Space Gallery, Royal Ontario Museum, and Nuit Blanche (Toronto). Largo’s 2021 curatorial project Elusive DesiresNess Lee & Florence Yee was recognized by the 2022 Galeries Ontario/Ontario Galleries (GOG) Awards for best exhibition design and installation and best curatorial writing. Since 2018, Dr. Largo is the Canada area editor of the journal of Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and the Americas (Brill).