Toni Gentilli is a New Mexico-based interdisciplinary artist, curator, anthropologist, and wildcrafter of botanical pigments and hydrosols. She received her MFA in Photography from the San Francisco Art Institute, her MA in Anthropology with an emphasis in Museum Studies from Arizona State University, and her BA with double majors in Art History and Anthropology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. From 2016 through 2021, Toni served as the Residency Director at the Santa Fe Art Institute where she curated exhibitions and public programs engaging a variety of social and environmental justice issues. Before relocating to New Mexico, Toni spent six years in the San Francisco Bay Area working as an Independent Curator and Exhibition Preparator where she received a Southern Exposure Alternative Exposure Grant funded by the Andy Warhol Foundation in support of her curatorial projects at the Compound Studio Artist Gallery. Prior to that, Toni was an Archaeologist and Cultural Resources Project Director for an environmental planning firm in Phoenix, Arizona, from 2000 to 2010.