.About Currently

Currently Arts Society respectfully acknowledges that we live and work on the unceded and traditional territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səl̓ilw̓ətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations, colonially known as Vancouver.


Currently Arts Society produces, curates, presents, and archives the work of underrepresented experimental artists. We support the exploration of experimental art practices from multiple perspectives.


To celebrate the artistic practices of underrepresented creators of experimental art and to elevate their practices in the context of the arts sector.



Representing experimental artists who identify as marginalized or equity deserving.

Rejecting broken and damaging ways of working including product-focused, colonial, and capitalistic working methods.

Fair pay for artists, arts administrators, curators, and organizers.

Supporting artists to represent themselves and their work.

Healthy work and collaboration practices with space for process, learning, and balance.

Facilitating community dialogue, education, and engagement.


Meet the Currently Team
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Roxanne Nesbitt

Co-Artistic Director

Roxanne Nesbitt is an interdisciplinary artist, exploring the space between sound and design. Her research explores radical instrument design, the hinge between composition and improvisation, sculptural ceramics and participatory sound installation. Roxanne celebrates process, making work that is intimate, inquisitive, and exploratory. Although Roxanne has been organising shows, projects, and workshops for over 15 years, co-directing Currently Arts is her first formal role in a non-profit organization.
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Anju Singh

Co-Artistic Director

Anju is an active, multi-disciplinary experimental artist who has worked in the non-profit and arts sector for over 15 years. Alongside her passion for the arts, Anju is excited about the ways in which she can apply technology in her work in arts and the non-profit sector. Anju’s degree in Philosophy from Simon Fraser University trained her for critical and analytic thinking, as well as a love for problem solving. Following her studies, her training was nicely rounded out by her experience working in arts and non-profit organizations where she developed values that prioritize people, relationships, and more equitable practices.
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Paige Louter

Operations Manager

Paige is a theatre creator and arts administrator from the traditional territories of the Erie, Neutral, Huron-Wendat, Haudenosaunee and Mississaugas (Hamilton), with an MA in Theatre from the University of Galway. She’s committed to the lifelong process of learning and unlearning in the context of equity, justice, and access, and is grateful to many, many teachers along the way. With a background in administrative and production support for festivals (the Galway International Arts Festival, the Vancouver Fringe Festival), theatres (Pacific Theatre, the Firehall Arts Centre), arts organizations, and non-profits, she’s used to handling details, deadlines, and budgets. Paige is also ITSAZOO Production’s Managing Producer and is pursuing certification as an Intimacy Director.

board of directors

Giorgio Magnanensi


Ziyian Kwan

Member at large

Constantine Katsiris

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