ArtsEverywhere is assembled by a team of editors, curators, and writers with the direction and leadership of Musagetes.


Shawn Van Sluys, Editor-in-Chief —

Past Editors

Siddhartha Joag, Managing Editor (2017-2023)
Justin Kiersky, Editorial Coordinator (2017-2023)

Series Editors

Anna Bowen, Editor, Complicating Care
Justin Kiersky, Editor, Breathing Series
German Andino & Richard Akim, Producers, Bidi Bidi Media Lab
Sidd Joag & Justin Kiersky, Editors, Extractivismo: Oaxaca
Dani d'Emilia & Vanessa Andreotti, Editors, Art-Life Rituals for Radical Tenderness
Sidd Joag, Editor, Curse of Geography
Karla Claudio-Betancourt, Editor, Rewilding Borikén

Completed Series Editors

Matthew Stadler, Editor, Polity of Literature
Niels Bekkema, Editorial Assistant, Polity of Literature
Alessandra Pomarico, Editor, Pedagogy Otherwise
Nikolay Oleynikov, Editor, Ways of Seeing: Russian Colonialisms
Carey West & Stephen Donnelly, Hosts, Four33: An Improvisation Podcast
Shawn Van Sluys, Editor, Of Homelands & Revolution
Michael Roberson, Pato Hebert, Robert Sember, Shawn Van Sluys, Editors, Ballroom Freedom School
Nora Ligorano and Marshall Reese, Editors, The American Dream
Shawn Van Sluys & Todd Lanier Lester, Editors, Queer City
Iva Kovač, Editor, From the Citizens to Their City
Pato Hebert & Alexandra Juhasz, Editors, Long Hauling
Sidd Joag, Editor, Quarantine
Sidd Joag & Justin Kiersky, Editors, The Roads of Yemoja


Marva Wisdom, Director, ArtsEverywhere Festival
Jessica Desjardins, Rack & Pinion, Web Developer & Designer
Curtis Walker, Administration & Communication —
Anna Bowen, Administrative Assistant —
Diana Hillier, Finance Manager —

Musagetes’ office is located in Guelph, Ontario, which is situated on land that is steeped in rich Indigenous history and home to many First Nations, Métis and Inuit people today. We would like to acknowledge that we are guests on the ancestral and treaty lands of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation of the Aanishinaabek Peoples. Throughout history, this land and these waters have also been home to the Chonnonton Peoples (“People of the Deer”), as well as the Haudenosaunee from the south, and the Anishanaabe and Métis from the North. We offer respect as we strengthen our relationships with them. We express our gratitude for sharing these lands for our mutual benefit.

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