Curatorial Fellowship

For the 2022-2023 academic year, most of the Master's in public humanities students were awarded Curatorial Fellowships to bring their expertise in exhibit design, digital scholarship, and public programs to Brown departments, centers, galleries and libraries. Curatorial Fellows receive a yearly stipend ($15,000) and work 12-15 hours per week for their two years in the MA program.  All students who request financial support from the program are eligible to be considered for curatorial fellowships available in the fall of their entry year.  No additional paperwork is required. 

In the past, we had curatorial fellows working at Brown University Library, Brown Arts Institute, Instructional Technology Group, Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity, Swearer Center, and Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America. The curatorial fellowships vary from year to year, and are offered if funding is available at the sponsoring departments.

Past and current curatorial fellows

Brown Arts Institute Fellows

Julia Zimring, MA'23

Hilary Bergen, MA'23

Kennedy Jones, MA'23

Susana Turbay, MA'23

Kate Hao, MA'22

Andrea Goodman, MA'21

Deborah Krieger, MA'21

Alex Parker-Guerrero, MA'20

Emma Boast, MA'19

Julia Renaud, MA'19

Taylor Jackson, MA'19

Emily Sellon, MA'17

Sophia LaCava-Bohanan, MA'15

Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship Communications Fellow

Bridget Hall, MA'23

Alyssa Trejo, MA'22

John Carter Brown Library Curatorial Fellow

Traci Picard, MA'23

Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity Curatorial Fellow

Larissa Nez, MA'22

Meera White, MA'20

Maria Paula Garcia-Mosquera, MA'18

Instructional Technology Group, Teaching with Technology Innovation Fellows

Jenny Park, MA'21

Maddie Mott, MA'20

Andrea Ledesma, MA'17

Swearer Center Curatorial Fellow

Traci Picard, MA'23

Taylor Jackson, MA'19

Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America Curatorial Fellow

Alex Parker-Guerrero, MA'20

Brigitte Santana, MA'18

Brown University Library Curatorial Fellow

Sarah Dylla, MA'16