What are you doing now professionally?
After graduation, I worked in Rollins’s Office of Community Engagement as an Americorps*VISTA. I will begin attending the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in Fall 2012, where I will pursue two Master of Arts degrees, in Arts Administration and Public Policy and Modern Art History, Theory, and Criticism.
How did your experiences as an Art History major at Rollins prepare you for your current endeavors?
While at Rollins, I became active in service to the campus and the Winter Park community, winning the prestigious Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award in 2009. The award recognizes students who have distinguished themselves by serving their community. I also held an internship at the Orlando Museum of Art as an exhibitions intern.
What are your goals for the future?
After graduate school, my plan is to work toward enriching under-represented communities by creating and supporting programs in community art and art education.