Photograph by Yuri Dojc

Photograph by Yuri Dojc

create    working with established and emerging artists

curate    exhibits, events and programs, museums and galleries 

collect  private, corporate, institutions

C3 Arts is a new initiative launched by Mira Goldfarb, a curator focused on connecting artists with communities and collectors through exhibits, consulting and events. 

Mira is an experienced museum professional and arts consultant who began her career in New York at The Jewish Museum and moved on to The Whitney Museum of American Art. She also held research and curatorial positions at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Dedalus Foundation / Estate of Robert Motherwell. A native of Toronto, she returned in 2002 as Senior Consultant with the international planning firm Lord Cultural Resources, where she continues to advise on special projects. In addition, Mira served as Executive Director of the Neuberger Museum and Holocaust Education Centre where she oversaw  Toronto’s Holocaust Education Week, a leading international forum for public engagement with the Holocaust through innovative artistic, academic and survivor testimony programming. Mira is a Member of the Board of the Council of American Jewish Museums and serves on its collections and strategic planning committees.

Working with major artists, collectors and institutions throughout her distinguished career, Mira brings a sensitive eye, a thoughtful approach and a seasoned perspective to her curatorial practice. 

Mira can be contacted at mira@c3arts.com