Regan Jane Hayward is an Independent Art Curator and Professional Image Consultant with over 25 years experience in the arts, culture, and personal development sector. Regan is a graduate of OCAD University Art Theory, Criticism & Design, Ryerson University Arts & Entertainment Management Program, the International Image Institute and CMU College of Make Up Art & Design.
Ameena Abid is currently completing her degree in History and Political Science at Western University. A life-long resident of Brampton, Ameena is an advocate for the role of visual arts in her city. At Beaux Arts, Ameena supports arts administration at the gallery and uses her experience in writing for publication to assist on communications projects with member committees. Beaux Arts has provided her with a space to pursue her interest in arts and culture and support the development of local artists careers.
Janine is a practicing visual artist, specializing in painting and drawing. Janine completed her bachelor’s degree at the University of Toronto and Sheridan College, she is currently in her post graduate program of Museum and Cultural Management at Centennial College. Janine is a dedicated individual who has a strong passion for diversity and inclusion in the arts and cultural sector. She hopes to grow and develop her career in arts and culture at Beaux Arts Brampton.
Tara Cress is inspired by wildlife and brings emotion to the forefront in her striking work. Capturing the essence of animals through detailed, pen and ink drawings; encouraging the viewer to reconsider the meaning of contemporary wildlife art.
Tara has a polished and detail-oriented approach to her artistic practice and seeks to contribute to the Gallery Committee's role in creating and executing quality exhibitions at Beaux Arts.
Josephine Condotta is dedicated to creating artworks with purpose and character. Her paintings are centred around the concept of identity; depicted through the infusion of reused materials, ethereal forms, and emotionally charged abstract elements.
Josephine has an HBA in Visual Arts from McMaster University and an Interior Decorating Diploma from Humber College. She is excited to bring her knowledge and skills of space planning and decor to the exhibition hanging team within the Gallery Committee at Beaux Arts!
Tyler Andrews is a young, emerging arts administrator who is currently engaged across multiple creative organizations and groups. The former Gallery Coordinator for Beaux Arts Brampton, turned Director of Membership and Volunteers is also the curatorial intern of Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre. Creating unique exhibition for their space, co-chairing the Gallery Committee which organizes, creates, and produces new and staple exhibitions for Beaux Arts. Tyler has also happily dived into his postgraduate program in Arts Administration and Cultural Management at Humber College and hopes to continue to bring his knowledge and experience to the committee table.