Ella Dawn McGeough is an artist interested in relays. Her practice involves making, writing, organizing, and teaching---often collaboratively. She has a BFA from UBC (2007), an MFA from Guelph (2013), and is currently pursuing a PhD at York. Recently, her work has been presented at the AGYU, Varley Art Gallery, Goodwater Gallery, Kikospace, the 2nd Kamias Triennial, Moire's Catwalk, Critical Distance, Usdan Gallery - Bennington College, and Forest City Gallery among others; has participated in residencies at Banff Centre, Flaggfabrikken in Bergen Norway, and Trelex in Peru’s Tambopata National Reserve; and has curated numerous projects in Toronto. Since 2014 she has facilitated Art+Feminism Wikipedia edit-a-thons at numerous venues. Her writing has been published by Arsenal, Public Journal, Moire, C Magazine, ESP, Open Studios, and Susan Hobbs. She is from Vancouver (unceded territories) and lives in Toronto.