I believe that public programming can make connections, expand ideas, and create community. I'm especially interested in uplifting underrepresented voices in interdisciplinary conversation that are widely accessible.
As a Public Programs Fellow at the Brooklyn Museum, I was involved in an array of programs including performances, screenings, and conversations. With the Public Programs team, I created proposals, engaged collaborators, drafted promotional material, and provided day-of support.
I remain a Freelance Public Program Coordinator at the Museum , supporting First Saturday and the residency of the Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra.
Selected Programs at Brooklyn museum
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
LEAD FELLOW FOR:
Target First Saturday
Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra
Orchestra of St. Luke’s
Artist’s Eye Series
other programming experience
With Claire Kim, organized the panel discussion Re/thinking Mentorship in the Arts for People of Color (July 2019).
Helped to organize several programs at Franklin Street Works, a contemporary art space in Stamford, CT including a Pride Listening Party.
At UConn-Stamford, led programming as President of SPECTRUM, the campus LGBTQ Groups. Highlights include a set of programs around trans identities as part of a successful campaign to get all-gender bathrooms on campus, coming out panels, and movie nights.