Momus offers mentorship, training, and professional development programs to attend to the heightened stakes, increasing potential, and renewed challenges in art publishing. We are committed to a definition of art writing and criticism that is plural, inclusive, and rigorous.

The Momus Emerging Critics Residency and the Momus / Eyebeam Critical Writing Fellowship are economically-accessible programs that seek to transparently chart opportunities in the field of writing on art while working to better serve underrepresented and under-served participants, and offering hands-on strategies for navigating the field.

Over the past 3 years and half-dozen residencies, the impact of mentorship and career access in art publishing has become all too evident to us. We are committing to thinking deeply about who these mentorship opportunities serve, and how mentorship affects career trajectories, connects peers, and shapes creative lives.

If you would like to know more about Momus programs please contact Lauren Wetmore, Director of Programs, at

Momus programs have been made possible by support from (in alphabetical order):

The Adebayo Iduma Foundation
Bruce and Vicki Heyman (former US Ambassadors to Canada)
Canada Council for the Arts
Colby College Art Museum
Concordia University’s Art Volt at the Faculty of Fine Arts
Concordia University’s Otsentákta Student Centre
Critical Minded, Eyebeam Art + Technology Center
The Indigenous Curatorial Collective / Collectif des commissaires autochtones (ICCA)
Kenneth Montague
The Ohio State University’s Department of Arts Administration
Education and Policy
Ontario College of Art & Design University
The Power Plant / Black Curators Forum
Ruby Lerner
Stride Gallery
Terry Sefton
The University of Chicago