She studied French and European art in Paris, where she also had an internship with Muse Guimet. In 2015 she was a guest curator for Dirty Looks biennial On Location series, a month-long series of site-specific screenings of queer cinema around New York City. . In the UK, she focused her scholarship on depictions of Saint Catherine of Alexandria and received a Brancusi Award to travel to Italy to pursue research for her Master's dissertation. In art history and archaeology from Columbia University. Her research focuses on the artistic interactions between Japan and China during the Meiji period. Francois Theron, Bachelor of Mining Engineering/Bachelor of Commerce, Curtin University (wasm). She was one of two assistant curators for the Korean pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale as well as the editor of the pavilions catalogue, Counterbalance: The Stone and the Mountain. Her dissertation, in progress, examines the Della Robbia family's invention and development of a distinctive form of sculpture in glazed terracotta,. . With Honors in Art History from Hamilton College in 2012, with a minor in History.
In the History of Art from the University of Amsterdam, followed by.A. Of specific interest is the notion of "queer time" and those political and aesthetic gestures of refusal that expose multiple temporalities and offer the possibility of futurity as a methodological and practical way forward. (2015) from Columbia University. Limit to schools that offer the following: Distance education options for ALA-accredited programs. In 2013, she curated a small exhibition of drawings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, entitled Dutch and French Genre Drawings from the Robert Lehman Collection. His dissertation examines wax-based objectssculpture, painting, and anatomical modelsthat supersede established Enlightenment categorizations of art and science. Prior to coming to Columbia, Naomi worked for The Lyonel Feininger Project, and for The Museum of Modern Art, where she held the Dedalus Fellowship in the Archives. He received his.A. In Art History and Archaeology from Ko University, Istanbul (2010). He is currently at work on his dissertation, which analyzes three audiocassette 'magazines'.