Our Team


Creative Director, Great Art for Great Lakes

Christopher McLeod has been exhibiting nationally since 1998 and has a BA in Studio Art from McMaster University and an MFA from Emily Carr University in Vancouver, BC. He has curatorial consulted for the Ontario Science Centre and was the Project Lead for the Great Art for Great Lakes project 2017. He has taught at the Dundas Valley School of Art and McMaster Universities School of the Arts. Christopher McLeod was Artist in Residence 2 years running at the Art Gallery of Mississauga, and his work has been featured at the Art Gallery of Hamilton, Propeller Gallery, in BlackFlash, and at Supercrawl 2018 with an up coming exhibition at the Science Gallery in Detroit for 2019. His practice explores social engagement and interaction, focusing on ecological and cultural themes, through publicly presented programs.


Outreach and Engagement Coordinator

Alexis Moline is a curator, writer and researcher who has worked in Vancouver, Toronto and Hamilton. She has a BA Hons from McMaster University, and a Master of Museum Studies in collaboration with Sexual Diversity Studies from the University of Toronto. Throughout her work, she focuses on social engagement, education, and promoting positive connections between audiences and their wider worlds. She is currently the Curator for the Building Cultural Legacies project with the Hamilton Arts Council. Alexis is excited to be part of the GAGL 2020 team as the Outreach and Engagement Coordinator.