Chiedza Pasipanodya is a curator and innovator committed to producing and engaging with transformational objects and spaces. Much of her work and collaborations focuses on the possibilities that arise from intersecting humans beings, the sacred and liminal with the natural occurring world.
She has produced happenings and collaborations with The Art Gallery of Ontario, Nia Centre for the Arts, the ROM, Pride Toronto, Manifesto Community Projects, Black Future Month, York U, OCAD and Ryerson University.
She is the co-founder of Sunset Service, an inclusive, inter-faith gathering that provides the experience of connectedness through creativity and spirituality. Sunset Service has grown to host weekly, monthly, quarterly events, Nuit Blanche Independent Projects, a Reboot Safety(SF) Hackathon and dozens of openings and blessings.
Chiedza is currently writing, designing, educating, travelling and innovating with the Woodgreen Rites of Passage and Sunset Service Toronto.