is the Windgate Research and Collections Curator at the Museum of Arts and Design and the Bard Graduate Center in Manhattan. Her professional areas of expertise include modern and contemporary art, craft and design, feminist art and theory and material culture studies. In addition, she is an avid bibliophile of garden and landscape history, contemporary fiction and artists’ books. For more about her work and areas of expertise, please visit www.elissaauther.com
is an arts administration specialist. Over the last decade, Alexandra has worked for a variety of artists and arts organizations where she has held positions in operations, management, programming, archiving and development. Currently, Alexandra specializes in the creation and management of administrative and organizational systems for contemporary art-related businesses and projects.
is Digital Scholarship Editor at Brown University. An art historian of early modern Italy, she has written or edited four scholarly books and serves as General Editor of the book series Visual and Material Culture, 1300-1700, published by Amsterdam University Press. In addition to Renaissance studies, Allison is interested in twentieth-century Italian art, architecture and design, as well as travel narratives, biography and creative nonfiction. Allison’s personal website is www.allisonlevy.com.