programming




CURATORIAL STATEMENT   

Public programming has been a connected part of my curatorial, educational, and poetic practices. I believe that it can be part of centering marginalized communities, expanding narratives and genres, and activating texts, objects, and ideas. 

SELECTED PROGRAMS 



See POETRY for more programming! 
BROOKLYN MUSEUM  

Producer of Public Programs (2018-Present) 


Support series incuding First Saturdays and Art History Happy Hour, and manage the residency of the Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra. Currently supporting virtual programmings. 

Public Programs Fellow (2017-18)

Selected Programs


  • Grapes and the Wind Book Release in Partnership with The Brooklyn Rail
  • The Dinner Party Operas in collaboration with NYU and American Opera Projects
  • CareFore One Travelouges with Studio REV