Our Team

Victoria Stasiuk, Arts and Culture consulting

Victoria Stasiuk, MPA
President and Founder

I am dedicated to demonstrating creativity and authenticity in my business and personal decisions.

My desire is to work with cultural workers and community leaders to demonstrate and enhance community resilience

Our team is dedicated to guiding the digital strategy for your gallery, museum, or creative business.

We provide digital tools to create, refine, or transform your online or onsite experience – increasing audiences, connection to communities as well as increasing financial sustainability.


Indu Adiyat

Indu Adiyat, MA
BIPOC Facilitator/Researcher

Greater Toronto Area, Toronto, Ontario

Projects: Decolonizing Workshops for galleries and museums, South Asian Visual Culture as expressed by Sobey Art Award nominees.

Rhonda Yearwood, MA, Independent Researcher and Curator

Rhonda A. Yearwood, MA
Independent Researcher/Curator

Toronto, Ontario

Projects: WikiWednesday Webinars – Wikidata User onboarding, Content Development

Strategic Partners

Akiko Takagi, HR Consultant

Akiko Takagi,
HR Consultant

Reema Duggal,
Digital Transformation & E-commerce

Serving Art Galleries, Museums & Creatives

With a practitioner’s lens, we help art galleries, museums and other creative industries.

VS Associates guides cultural organizations by providing strategic advice on audience development (education programming, marketing and events) and revenue development (sponsorship, grant writing and advocacy).

Industry leaders are recommending that cultural organizations adjust to a world where 50% of your value should be on-site and 50% online.

We know that everyone wants to connect with the human experience in their one unique way.

VS Associates will guide you to the best technology to fulfil your mandate while increasing audiences and revenue.

More recently, we have noticed how museums and art galleries have a role to play in society as public spaces on shared common ground.

Cultural organizations can show leadership to others by giving space to Indigenous people so we can start to recognize and acknowledge how Canadian, American, UK and Australian institutions have a European cultural settler and colonial bias.

In particular, we can acknowledge our obligation to hear Indigenous and diverse voices, while holding dignity and respect for the earth and her peoples.

While some places may have a bias towards Eurocentric culture, we realize the necessity to give space and resources to new voices and an evolving narrative.

To find out more about our service areas, please consult thisresource.