EDUCATION
2015 – 2017

2007 – 2010

2010

2009

2008

2007
School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) - Chicago, IL Master of Arts in Modern & Contemporary Art History, 4.0 GPA
Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) - Baltimore, MD Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art History, Concentrations in Curatorial Studies & Book Arts, Cum-laude, 3.6 GPA
Studio Art Centers International - Florence, Italy Coursework in art history and studio arts
Scuola Internazionale di Grafica Venezia - Venice, Italy Coursework in bookbinding
Johns Hopkins University - Baltimore, MD Coursework in Museum Studies
School of Visual Arts - New York, NY Precollege work in studio arts
MUSEUM & GALLERY EXPERIENCE
2019 - Present

2019

2017

2016


2012 – 15



2012
2011

2010
The John Michael Kohler Arts Center - Sheboygan, WI Curatorial Fellow
The Drama Science Lab - Chicago, IL Curator
Institute for Curatorial Research & Practice, SAIC Graduate Curatorial Fellow
Art Institute of Chicago - Chicago, IL Ambassador for Hélio Oiticica: To Organize Delirium Curatorial Intern, Department of Modern & Contemporary Art
The Barnes Foundation - Philadelphia, PA Membership Assistant Group Sales Assistant Visitors Services Assistant Historic Philadelphia Incorporated - Philadelphia, PA Betsy Ross House Tour Guide
Vivant Art Collection - Philadelphia, PA Events Coordinator
Walters Art Museum - Baltimore, MD Education Intern
Studio Art Centers International Gallery Intern
EXHIBITIONS
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2016

2009
Visible Repair, The John Michael Kohler Arts Center Curatorial Fellow
Paj Ntaub: Embroidery by Hmong Women, The John Michael Kohler Arts Center Curatorial Fellow
Material Tracings: Surmounting Ethical Questions on Artistic Production in the Anthropocene, TBD Curator
False Neutral: Against Minimalism, TBD Curator
Between You and Me, The John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin Curatorial Fellow Tête a Tête: Embodying Dialogues — 2019 SciArt Festival Exhibition directed by The Drama Science Lab, Zhou B Art Center, Chicago Curator
From the Stacks, The Newberry Exhibition Specialist
Pictures from an Exposition: Visualizing the 1893 World’s Fair, The Newberry Exhibition Specialist Fabric of the Universe, the Adler Planetarium Curator
Religious Change & Print, 1450–1700, The Newberry Exhibition Specialist
Masters of Fine Arts Show, SAIC Graduate Curatorial Fellow text/ile: An Exploration of Fiber in Book Arts, JFABC; Stolbun Collection – Chicago, IL Curator Riot Grrrl & Feminist Zines, JFABC Curator
Follies, Predicaments & Other Conundrums: The Work of Laure Drogoul, MICA Curator
ARCHIVAL & RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
2018 – 2019

2019

2017 – 2018


2017

2016 – 2017

2015 – 2017

2015




2011 – 12

2007 – 10
University of Chicago, Department of Art History - Chicago, IL Assistant Director of the Visual Resources Center
Oxford University Press - New York, NY Contributor; created research materials in association with Visual Worlds: Looking, Images, Visual Disciplines by Jim Elkins and Emma Fiorentini
Newberry Library - Chicago, IL Assistant Registrar and Exhibition Specialist Summer Special Collections Assistant
Hans Ulrich Obrist Archive, SAIC Research Fellow Department of Modern & Contemporary Art History, SAIC Research Assistant
Joan Flasch Artists’ Books Collection (JFABC), SAIC Senior Special Collections Assistant
Department of Modern & Contemporary Art History, SAIC Teaching Assistant, Modern Art & Architecture
PaperClips215 - Philadelphia, PA Editor in Chief (Volunteer Position)
Historical Society of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia, PA Book & Paper Conservation Intern
Decker Library, MICA Library Assistant
AWARDS
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2019

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2008
Kulturfactory - Domicella, Italy Curatorial Residency Award
Fulbright Open Study/Research United Kingdom Award Shortlisted
The Newberry Library Graduate Scholar
School of the Art Institute of Chicago Spring Graduate Professional Development Award Curatorial Fellow, Institute of Curatorial Research Spring Graduate Professional Development Award Fall Graduate Professional Development Award Spring Graduate Travel Grant
Concordia University, Montréal Travel Honorarium
Billy Penn Who’s Next in the Philadelphia Arts Scene Maryland Institute College of Art Student Leadership Award Art History Department Scholarship Studio Art Centers International Studio Art Centers International Scholarship Maryland Institute College of Art Leadershape Scholarship Winifred F. Gordon Study Abroad Scholarship Baltimore Museum of Art Cone Sisters Course Scholarship
CONFERENCE PRESENTER
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2015
Co-chair, Politics of Art in Public Spaces, part of the 108th College Art Association Annual Conference. Chicago, IL, February 14, 2020, https://caa.confex.com/caa/2020/meetingapp.cgi/Session/5624.
Panel participant, Curating on the Margins: Women and Curatorial Praxis, part of the 108th College Art Association Annual Conference. Chicago, IL, February 14, 2020, https://caa.confex.com/caa/2020/meetingapp.cgi/Session/4916.
“No More Reality: Philippe Parreno and the Difficulties of Cataloging New Media.” In Art Library Students and New Art Library Society Professionals/Visual Resources Association Emerging Professionals and Students (ARLIS/VREPS) 2018 Virtual Conference, New Media Challenges and Solutions for Art Information Professionals. Virtual conference, 2018. https://vreps.wordpress.com/2018/10/22/registration-open-vreps-arlisnap-2018-virtual-conference/. “Weaving Nomadism.” In Artistic Expressions and the Great War: 100 Years On. New York, New York: Hofstra University, 2018. https://www.hofstra.edu/community/culctr/culture-the-great-war.html “Examining Legal and Illegal Articulations of Protest through Tatyana Fazlalizadeh’s Stop Telling Women to Smile Project.” In Nevertheless They Persisted: The Aesthetics of Resistance, part of the 49th Annual Northeast Modern Language Association Convention, Pittsburgh, PA, April 12, 2018. http://www.buffalo.edu/content/dam/www/nemla/nemla18/NeMLA%202018%20Convention%20Program.pdf.
“Peggy Guggenheim and the Exhibition of 31 Women.” Poster session in Women Artists: Shows, Exhibitions, Societies: Collective Exhibitions of Women Artists, 1876-1976, Jeu de Paume, Paris, France, December 8–9, 2017. https://awarewomenartists.com/en/nos_evenements/was-women-artists-shows-salons-societies-expositions-collectives-de-femmes-artistes-1876-1976/ “Examining Legal and Illegal Articulations of Protest through Tatyana Fazlalizadeh’s Stop Telling Women to Smile Project.” presented at the University of California San Diego Visual Arts 10th Annual Ph.D. Symposium: Rethinking Art History: Center and Periphery, University of California San Diego, San Diego, CA, March 3, 2017. https://calendar.ucsd.edu/event/uc-san-diego-visual-arts-symposium-and-open-studios/
“Emilie Flöge: Gesamtkunstwerk Embodied.” Paper presented at the Fashion: Now & Then: Fashion as Art, LIM College, New York, NY, October 21, 2016. https://www.limcollege.edu/life-at-lim/news/2016-fashion-now-then-conference-fashion-art
“We Hope for Better Things; It Will Arise from the Ashes: Exploring the Aesthetics of Post Modern Ruin Photography in Detroit.” Paper presented at the 10th Annual Critiquing Culture Conference, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, October 1, 2016. http://s3.amazonaws.com/chssweb/documents/22789/original/critiquing_culture_conference_2016_program.pdf?1474387403
“Lavinia Fontana: Immortalizing Morality.” Paper presented at The Twenty-Fifth Annual Parsons/Cooper Hewitt Graduate Student Symposium on the History of Design, The Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, New York, NY, April 8, 2016. https://livestream.com/thenewschool/Voorsanger-Symposium-Showing-Off/videos/118631109
“Emilie Flöge: Gesamtkunstwerk Embodied.” Paper presented at Consumption and Detritus: Stories of Construction and Reconstruction, The Annual Graduate Humanities Conference, Concordia University, Montréal, QC, Canada, March 5, 2016.
Panel Participant, The Cursed Blessing of the Philadelphia Art Writer. Vox Populi Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, April 9, 2015.
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS/INTERVIEWS
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2015
2014
“Emilie Flöge: Gesamtkunstwerk Embodied.” Bloomsbury Fashion Encyclopedia, Western Fashion. Forthcoming.
“Review: Karolina Gnatowski: Some Kind of Duty at the DePaul Art Museum.” Textile: Cloth and Culture. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/figure/10.1080/14759756.2019.1622938?scroll=top&needAccess=true
"Review: Weaving Modernism: Postwar Tapestry Between Paris and New York.” Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA) Reviews. https://www.arlisna.org/publications/reviews/1747-weaving-modernism-postwar-tapestry-between-paris-and-new-york.
“Review: ARIES: Art Image Exploration Space.” ARLIS/NA Multimedia & Technology Reviews. https://arlisna.org/publications/multimedia-technology-reviews/1708-aries. “Review: Vienna Since 1900.” ARLIS/NA Reviews. https://www.arlisna.org/publications/reviews/1685-vienna-1900-complete Vitrine: Selected Publications by the Hans Ulrich Obrist Archive. Kat Buckley, ed. 2017.
“It Will Arise from the Ashes, or Exploring the Aesthetics of Postmodern Ruin Photography in Detroit.” Kritikos 13 (Winter 2016/17). http://intertheory.org/buckley.htm. Research assistant for Raskin, David. Donald Judd. 2nd ed. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2017.
“Philadelphia’s Stepchild Syndrome.” Edited by Julius Ferraro. CurateThis, December 9, 2015. http://curatethisphilly.com/2015/12/09/philadelphias-stepchild-syndrome/.
“Public Art in Philadelphia.” PaperClips215, December 14, 2014. http://paperclips215.com.
“Kat Zagaria’s Oasis in the Trees.” Edited by Emma Fried-Cassorla. Philly Love Notes, October 16, 2014. http://www.phillylovenotes.com/kat-zagaria-pavillion-in-the-trees/.