Rea McNamara is a writer, curator and public programmer based in Toronto. She has curated multidisciplinary projects for The Gardiner Museum, The Wrong Digital Art Biennale, and the Drake Hotel, and founded the limited-run art party series Sheroes (2011-2012), which engaged with the collaborative process of fandom culture through music, performance, installation and internet-based art. Her work has been presented at The Whitney Museum of American Art, the Art Gallery of Toronto, Nuit Blanche Toronto, and Moogfest. In addition to her curatorial and programming practice, she has written extensively on art, culture, and the internet for frieze, Art in America, Canadian Art, Study Hall, The FADER, Art F City, VICE, NOW Magazine, and more. She is currently the Emily H. Tremaine Journalism Fellow for Curators at Hyperallergic.