Kelsey Halliday Johnson is an independent curator whose work brings to light alternative and underrepresented histories and voices. She is executive director of the multidisciplinary visual and performing art organization SPACE in Portland, ME, and has held curatorial positions at the Michener Art Museum, Locks Gallery, and Vox Populi. Her work has been shown at venues including the Berman Museum of Art, Delaware Art Museum, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, Delaware Contemporary, EXPO Chicago, Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery at The University of the Arts, Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, and Vox Populi. During her time as curator at Locks Gallery, Johnson organized The Body in Spiral, an exhibition exploring alchemy, mathematics, and symbolism in the work of Thomas Chimes. She received an interdisciplinary MFA from the University of Pennsylvania, and is an alumna of the Institute for Curatorial Practice in Performance at Wesleyan University. In 2016, Johnson received Center support to present Making/Breaking the Binary: Women, Art, & Technology 1968–1985, an exhibition that surveyed a generation of pioneering female artists and related their work to the technology innovators who helped shape the information age.