INTErcultural approaches to curatorial practice & Seminar professor
Natalie Campbell is an independent curator, art historian and arts worker active in DC and New York. She studied Art History at Hunter College CUNY and currently is a lecturer in Art History at the Corcoran School of Arts + Design at George Washington University. She has curated exhibi- tions at venues including Smack Mellon, Brooklyn; Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, New York, the Center for Book Arts, New York, as well as numerous temporary, collaborative, and publication-based projects outside of traditional exhibition spaces. As a project manager for contemporary artists and galleries, she has overseen complex video, performance, installation, and print productions, coordinating the expertise of numerous performers, technicians, fabricators, and designers. Forth- coming projects include a public art action outside the White House (October 2016); an alterna- tive oral history of Washigton-area art practices at Washington Project for the Arts, Washington DC (collaboration with Furthermore, January 2017); an exhibition of contemporary abstraction at American University Art Museum (January 2017); and an exhibition of experimental approaches to weaving at the Center for Craft, Creativity and Design, Asheville NC (May 2017).