Emily McDaniel is an independent curator, writer and educator from the Kalari Clan of the Wiradjuri nation in central New South Wales. Her practice centres on truth telling, storytelling and resurfacing histories through the work of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists. She consults on curatorship, engagement and interpretation in the public domain and the museums and galleries sector. Emily has held numerous public programs and education positions at the Art Gallery of NSW, Museum of Contemporary Art and Object Gallery, with emphasis on outreach, access and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander programs. For many years she worked in the Community and Cultural Development sector, working with Southwest and Western Sydney communities through digital media workshops and programs.