I am a recent college graduate from Hobart and William Smith Colleges. I have been studying art all of my life, taking classes outside of school all throughout my childhood and teenage years. I studied fashion design in London at Cavendish College during a summer intensive course. I have also taken intensive courses in painting and drawing and film and photography at Parsons New School of Design in New York City.
I majored in Art History and minored in Comparative Literature at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. I believe my understanding of art is particularly strong due to my experience as an artist as well as a historian. Furthermore the combination of artistic background and interest in history allows me to see the full picture of what makes art important and exciting.
My junior year, I was selected by the faculty to be the Teaching Fellow for the Art History department. Through my tutoring experience I gained a tremendous amount of practice working with a variety of different types of students with many different learning styles. Due to my success as a Teaching Fellow I was awarded the Martha Mosner Justice Prize by the Art History faculty.
I have interned at both the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and the DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. I am friendly, enthusiastic, outgoing and patient and work with all ages.
Thank you for your consideration!
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