Victoria Stasiuk has a demonstrated a track record of improving arts & culture ecosystems through creating networks, alliances, and partnerships through content development and capacity building for organizations and individuals.

Current Projects

Presentation and interactions at the premier Radical Ripples series, January 26, 2022 at the University of Chester, UK.

“A Canadian Perspective:
Indigenous Visual Artists & Reflections on Decolonization”

Presentation by Victoria Stasiuk, MPA

Webinar #1 – Who’s here and who’s not – exploring shifts in artist training
Upcoming Free Online Symposium
Older Adults – Connecting Culture & Community 
February 15 – 18
9:30 – noon

Register for the opening session here.
Participate in the implementation action oriented workshops here.

Completed Projects

Updated Marketing Strategy to focus on new digital tools, platforms to improve cultural portal for arts council members and help Oakville residents find culture activities to do see and do – Oakville Arts Council Digital Transformation Project.


Building on VS Associates‘ track record of the past 20 years of experience in art galleries and heritage museums, as well as cultural planning at the local level, we have embarked on a project with Oakville Arts Council, Haltech and Digital Mainstreet.

This 2021 project identified changes to the cultural portal and recommended marketing strategies to expand audiences and experiences for the Oakville residents and the arts community.  


VS Associates was selected by the Rural Ontario Institute to undertake a transformation project sponsored by the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs.

Key deliverables – Social Enterprise Workshop, Social Enterprise Report and an Organizational Development report informing the board on succession planning for a new Executive Director.  


Building Digital Bridges Symposium Co-Convenor
Dec 10, 2020 at Museum London.

Morning Panel Moderator

– Presentation and results of breakout groups.

Afternoon Feature – Direct Message program, a collaborative community-arts project created by and for older adults in Ontario, Canada. Our team of artists, community members, researchers, and designers are working to make the arts more accessible and interactive through digital technology.

Key Take Away – Cultural organizations need to design content and programming for older adults to participate in co-designing cultural experiences.

Culture & Local Government Consulting (2010 – 2003)

Luigia Zilli - Visual Artist


Cultural Planners’ Forum 2005 – Co-Authored with Greg Baeker (Toronto) and Bill Bullick (Seattle), 2005

Municipal World Magazine – Building Alliances for Culture in your Municipality, 2004.

Ontario Museum Association – Recruiting and Hiring Museum Curators and Directors: A Human Resource Tool for Local Government, Museum Trustees and Cultural Managers. (2003) – peer‑reviewed publication.

Jeff Ballin ducks

Jeff Ballin, Photographer 
Niagara Region

Economic Development

screenshot of business leaders choose oakville
Business Leaders Choose Oakville

Town of Oakville
Senior Economic Development Officer 

Key Accomplishments

Auto Mayors
Bronte Business Action Plan

Logo created by coworking space for forum
Ace Coworking Nov 2020
Video created for SIGGRAPH  trade mission 2013
Video created for SIGGRAPH Trade Mission

TGIF Tech Meetings/Bronte BIA/Silicon Halton at
Taste of Columbia 
captured by a presentation given at 
2016 IEDC Cleveland Conference

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Haldimand CountyEconomic Development Officer
Downtown Revitalization Incentives Program, facade improvement program, community improvement program

Community Development and Event Coordination
– Mayor’s Breakfast
– Business Awards Breakfast
– Who Does What Workshop with local 5 Chambers of Commerce and 3 Business Improvement Areas

facade improvement program creates a mural in Downtown Dunnville
A creative project of Lacie Williamson