Raquel de Anda
InterCULTURAL Approaches to Curatorial PRACTICE & SEMINAR PROFESSOR
Raquel de Anda is an independent curator and cultural producer. Her work spans a variety of practices, including producing transmedia projects, organizing public interventions and mass mobilizations, and curating exhibitions at museums, galleries and alternative arts spaces across the country. She has curated and produced work at venues including Project Row Houses (Houston, TX), The Art Museum of the Americas (Washington, DC), The Brooklyn Museum and the Tribeca Film Festival (New York City, NY). Her work has received numerous awards, including the Robert Rauschenberg Artist as Activist Fellowship and the National Association of Latino Arts and Culture's Transcultural Remittance Award. De Ands received an MS in Design and Urban Ecologies at Parsons, School of Design.