Principal and Co-Founder
Bespoke Cultural Collective
Christina is the Co-Founder and Principal at Bespoke Cultural Collective - a forward-looking creative consultancy that is committed to redefining how culture brings people together. Our expertise lies at the intersections of communications, strategic planning, community engagement and cultural programming. Prior to establishing Bespoke in 2011, Christina was the Curator and Head of Interpretation at Tate, where she successfully shaped the interpretation strategy and communications for a world-leading art museum. She was also a Project Director at Bruce Mau Design, a design and innovation studio, where she provided strategic and business leadership across branding, communications, stakeholder engagement and cultural planning projects. Some of our recent clients have included: the Bentway, MOCA, Waterfront Toronto, Toronto Biennial of Art, Orchestras Canada, StART (City of Toronto), MCA, Creativity Matters, Fogo Island, Gallery TPW, Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame, Canadian Stage, Sidewalk Toronto, the Meadoway, and the Kennedy Centre of Performing Arts.
Year consulting practice established
Cultural Not-For-Profit, Cultural For-Profit, Municipalities, Federal or provincial government departments, Individuals, -
Arts education, Audience development / engagement, Capital projects (feasibility studies), Facilitation, Marketing / social media / communications, Public participation / engagement / consultation, Research, Strategic planning, -
Museums and heritage, Visual arts and crafts, Multi-disciplinary, -
English, French, -