Yasmin Nurming-Por is a curator based in Toronto, Canada. She has held curatorial and research positions at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Images Festival, Sheridan College, and Walter Phillips Gallery amongst others. Recent projects include the National Museum of Women in the Arts (Washington, DC), Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity (AB), Alberta Foundation for the Arts (Edmonton, AB), Art Gallery of Guelph (ON), Video Pool (Winnipeg, MB), grunt gallery (Vancouver, BC), aka artist run (Saskatoon, SK), and Trinity Square Video (Toronto, ON). She is a member of international research group Lower Frequencies which explores the roles of socially-engaged practices in the public sphere. Her current research centres on the roles of permanent collections as tied to nationalism in the settler-colonial and post-colonial societies of the former British Empire.