CV

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, 2018 – 2022 (expected)Department of Art History and Archaeology, Washington University in Saint Louis (WUSTL), Saint Louis, MO Major Field: European Art 1860-1960Minor Field: American Art 1865-1941
Master of Arts, 2016-2018Art History and Archaeology, WUSTL Qualifying papers: “Theater of Death: Sarah Bernhardt’s Morbid Photograph and Belle Époque Consumerism” and “Fluid Mediums: Georgia O’Keeffe’s Early Watercolors”
Bachelor of Arts, 2010-2014French, Truman State University (TSU), Kirksville, MO Senior Thesis: “La Vie Surréelle de Baya”

Curatorial

April 2019Curator, Mutating Bodies, Transgressing Boundaries, April 5-12, 2019, https://www.bryanpagefineart.com/mutating-bodies  
December 2018Curator, Consent/Dissent, December 8-18
March 2018Curator, PORK RIND GOES TO TOWN, Graduate Student Art History Symposium, Department of Art History and Archaeology, WUSTL
Fall 2015Curatorial and Editorial Intern, The Luminary, Saint Louis, MO
Summer 2015Curatorial Intern, Modern and Contemporary Art, Saint Louis Art Museum, Saint Louis, MO

Art Criticism

Summer 2019“Taking the Reins, Impressionist Mary Cassatt Captures Early Feminism.” The Art Blog (July 24, 2019): https://www.theartblog.org/2019/07/taking-the-reins-impressionist-mary-cassatt-captures-early-feminism/
Summer 2019“Satire, Art, and Activism: Coco Fusco’s ‘Tin Man’ Plays on American Politics.” The Art Blog (June 20, 2019): https://www.theartblog.org/2019/06/satire-art-and-activism-coco-fuscos-tin-man-plays-on-american-politics/
Spring 2019“Why Are These Here? Antony Gormley’s ‘STAND’, Public Art, and the American Art Museum.” The Art Blog (April 23, 2019): https://www.theartblog.org/2019/04/why-are-these-here-antony-gormleys-stand-public-art-and-the-american-art-museum/
Spring 2019“Rachel Lebo and the Sociology of Architecture.” All the Art: The Visual Art Quarterly of Saint Louis (March 2019): 17-18.
Winter 2018“What Black is and Can Be.” Human Ties (February 18, 2019): https://humanities.wustl.edu/features/murphy-mccoy-afro-surrealism-what-black-and-can-be
Winter 2018“CrocoDykes Bite Back: Janie Stamm at Granite City Art and Design District.” Temporary Art Review (Winter 2018): http://temporaryartreview.com/crocodykes-bite-back-janie-stamm-at-granite-city-art-and-design-district/
Winter 2018“[ALT+SPACE]: Alternative Spaces in the Arts.” All the Art: The Visual Art Quarterly of Saint Louis (Winter 2018): 15-16.
Spring 2018“Pablo Picasso, Femmes d’Alger, Lithography, 1955.” https://www.kemperartmuseum.wustl.edu/collection/explore/artwork/1938
Fall 2017“Collaborating Art Institutions.” All the Art: The Visual Art Quarterly of Saint Louis (Summer 2017): 21-22.

Teaching Experience

Fall 2019Teaching Center Student Advisory Council, WUSTL
Summer 2019Accessibility Liaison, Visual Resource Center, WUSTL
2017 – CurrentSection Leader (Teaching Assistant), WUSTL Spring 2020: Introduction to Modern Art, Architecture, and Design Fall 2019: Introduction to Western Art, Architecture, and Design Spring 2019: Introduction to Modern Art, Architecture, and Design Fall 2018: Introduction to Western Art, Architecture, and Design Spring 2018: Introduction to Modern Art, Architecture, and Design Fall 2017: Introduction to Western Art, Architecture, and Design
2014 – 2015English Language Assistant, Lycée Jacques Feyder, Académie de Créteil, Paris, France
2013 – 2014Writing Consultant, Truman Writing Center, TSU

Research Conferences

March 2019“Bryan Page’s Mutated Bodies: Transgressing Physical and Conceptual Boundaries,” Graduate Research Symposium, WUSTL
April 2018“Healing Through Integrative Hybridity in Kader Attia’s Reason’s Oxymorons,” Midwest Art History Society, Annual Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana
October 2017“A Theater of Death: Sarah Bernhardt’s Morbid Photographs and Belle Époque Consumerism,” Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference, Department of Art History, Rice University
May 2014“La Vie Surréelle de Baya,” Student Research Conference, TSU
January 2014“The Sabine Women: (R)evolution of Women in Art,” Women’s and Gender Research Conference, TSU
May 2013“The Women of Jacques-Louis David,” Student Research Conference, TSU

Fellowships

2020-2021Writing Center Graduate Fellowship, The Writing Center, WUSTL

Awards

Spring 2020Mark S. Weil and Joan Hall-Weil Dissertation Grant, Department of Art History and Archaeology, WUSTL
Spring 2019Pollard-Stein Teaching Award, Department of Art History and Archaeology, WUSTL
Spring 2019Travel Grant, Summer Research in France, Department of Art History and Archaeology, WUSTL
Spring 2019First Place, Outstanding Poster and Presentation in the Arts and Humanities, Graduate Research Symposium, WUSTL
Fall 2018Small Change Grant, Civic Engagement Fund, Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement, WUSTL
Summer 2018Travel Grant, Summer Research in France, Department of Art History and Archaeology, WUSTL
Spring 2018Travel Grant, Conference Presentation at Midwest Art History Society Annual Conference (Indianapolis), Department of Art History and Archaeology, WUSTL
Fall 2018Travel Grant, Conference Presentation at Rice University, Department of Art History and Archaeology, WUSTL
2016-2022University Full Tuition Scholarship, WUSTL
2011-2014President’s Honorary Scholarship, TSU
2013Donna Crawford Study Abroad Scholarship, TSU
2010Xavier Merit Scholarship, Xavier University

Departmental Service

2019-2020Graduate Representative, Standing Committee on Facilitating Inclusive Classrooms, Best Practices and Advisory Groups, WUSTL
2019-2020Voting Representative, Graduate and Professional Student Advisory Council to the Center for Diversity and Inclusion, WUSTL
Spring 2019Committee Member, University Policy and Practice Affecting Students with Disabilities Committee, WUSTL
2018-2019Chair, Art History Student Lecture Committee, Afro-Surrealism/Futurism: Radical Black Imagination, WUSTL
2018-2019Senator, Department of Art History and Archaeology, Graduate Student Senate, WUSTL
2018-2019Peer Mentor, Department of Art History and Archaeology, The Graduate School, WUSTL
2017-2018Committee Member, Graduate Student Art History Symposium, Department of Art History and Archaeology, WUSTL

Languages

FrenchFluent (reading, writing, speaking)
GermanReading Proficiency
ArabicBeginner

Affiliations

2018-2019College Art Association
2016-2019Association of Historians of Nineteenth Century Art
2018-2019Midwest Art History Society

Certifications

2018-2021Mental Health First Aid USA, National Council for Behavioral Health