Linda Grussani (Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg) is a curator and art historian born and raised in the Ottawa area. Currently, she is the Curator of Aboriginal Art at the Canadian Museum of History. Previously, Linda was the Director of the Aboriginal Art Centre at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada and has worked in the Indigenous and Canadian art departments at the National Gallery of Canada. She holds both a BA and MA in Art History from Carleton University and is currently working on a PHD in Cultural Studies at Queen’s University. Linda has previous experience as a research assistant and Inuit art curator at the Carleton University Art Gallery and is a graduate of the Canadian Museum of History’s Aboriginal Training Programme in Museum Practices (2000-2001). She sits on the Aboriginal Education Council for OCAD University and has served on the Board of Directors of the Aboriginal Curatorial Collective (2007-2011) and on the Board of Directors of Gallery 101, an Ottawa Artist-run centre.