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


︎Homoland Security: Come in , gurl!
(2021, CUE Art Foundation) 

Four-part virtual  program series centering queer undocumented artists and activits, winning selection from CUE’s 2021 Open Call for Public Programs.

︎Re/thinking Mentorship in the Arts for People of Color(with Claire Kim, 2019, CUE Art Foundation)

Panel discussion featuring Angie Pittman, Kristina Newman Scott, and xime izqierdo ugaz.


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. Supported virtual programming.  

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