Sky Goodden is the founding Publisher and Editor of Momus, an international art criticism publication and podcast. Since 2014, Momus has been shortlisted for three International Awards for Art Criticism, and its contributors have won nine Creative Capital Warhol Grants for Art Writers, and a Rabkin Foundation Award for Art Journalism. Goodden has published in multiple catalogues and art books, as well as Frieze, Art in America, C Magazine, and Art21. She hosts two popular Momus Emerging Critics Residencies annually; and co-produces and hosts Momus: The Podcast, with Lauren Wetmore. Currently in its fourth season, the podcast was named one of the top-ten art podcasts by The New York Times in 2020. Goodden is an “Alumni of Influence” from OCAD University, where she did her MFA in Criticism & Curatorial Practice; and has won the J.E.H. MacDonald Award from Toronto’s Arts & Letters Club. In collaboration with Concordia University’s Faculty of Fine Arts, Goodden is launching a Momus Institute in 2021-22.