Graduate Fellow, Curatorial
Emma is a curator and cultural programmer with a passion for the history and political economy of cities and material culture. Currently, she is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Public Humanities from Brown University, where she studies how cultural institutions can become more inclusive through storytelling, community engagement and organizational change. Previously, she was part of the founding team of the Museum of Food and Drink (MOFAD), where she led research and production of the museum's exhibitions; public, school, and family programs; and digital initiatives. She holds a B.A. in Art History from the University of Chicago, where she wrote a thesis on postwar design and architecture in the New York City subway.