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B.A. Alumni

Stephanie Kowalick (B.A. '06) is Collections Manager/Registrar at USC Fisher Museum of Art. She is the former Collections Associate and Assistant Registrar for Loans and Exhibitions at the Autry National Center, a history museum in Los Angeles.

Kari Lentz (B.A. '10) is Staff Archaeologist at William Self Associates, Inc. in the San Francisco Bay Area. As an undergraduate she double majored in Anthropology and HAVC and focused her studies on colonial encounters in the New World. Since graduating she has conducted fieldwork in Oaxaca,... more

Karen Moss is an art historian, curator and educator who is currently Interim Chair/Adjunct Professor in the Public Practice MFA program at Otis College of Art and Design and Adjunct Faculty in the USC Roski Curatorial Practices MA program.

Georgia Mowry (B.A. '16) double majored in HAVC and Art. Through her undergraduate studies and a semester abroad in Paris, she discovered her passion for museums. She worked as the Business Development Coordinator at the Dali17 Museum in Monterey, California, which houses the country’s largest... more

Emily Munro (B.A. '10) received her Masters of Arts Administration from Teachers College Columbia University in New York City in 2013. She is currently the Communications Specialist and Grants Associate at the Children's Museum of Manhattan.

Natalie Nelson (B.A. '90) is Director/Curator of the Pence Gallery, a not-for-profit in Davis (established 1975).  In addition to exhibitions and lectures, the Pence is heavily involved with arts in the schools (ArtSmart).

Dr. Erin O'Toole (B.A. '92) is associate curator of photography at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Most recently she collaborated with Leo Rubinfien and Sarah Greenough on the retrospective exhibition Garry Winogrand (2013), which traveled to the National Gallery of Art, the Metropolitan... more

Kailani Polzak (B.A. '07) is a post-doctoral fellow in Art History at Williams College. She specializes in European visual culture of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and is particularly interested in the pictorial politics of race and colonialism in Oceania. Kailani has conducted... more

Megan Sallabedra (B.A. '07) is a curator and writer living in Los Angeles. She has organized solo exhibitions for Jay Chung & Q Takeki Maeda, and Katy Fischer, and was part of the curatorial team presenting Radio Break, a... more

Dr. Brittany Sheldon (B.A. '07) is currently working at Humboldt State University as the Art Department Gallery Director where she runs the Reese Bullen and Goudi'ni Native American Arts Galleries. She also teaches courses in Art History and for the Department's Museum and Gallery Certificate... more

Dr. Matthew Simms (B.A. '90) is Professor of Art History at CSU Long Beach. He received his Ph.D. from Harvard in 1998. His publications include "Between Drawing and Painting: Cézanne's Watercolors" (Yale, 2008) and a monograph entitled "Robert Irwin: A Conditional Art" (Yale, 2016). He is also... more

Fallin Steffen (B.A. '10) completed a Masters degree in Preservation Studies from Tulane University in New Orleans in 2015. She moved back to the Santa Cruz area to start her own small business, Sequoia Preservation Works, which offers historic architecture consultation and historic materials... more

Lindsey Stoll (B.A. '15) received her M.A. in Museum Studies from the University of San Francisco in 2016. Lindsey has a strong passion for both museums and contemporary art. She currently lives in San Francisco and works as the Public Programs and Volunteer Coordinator at the Contemporary... more

Laurel Waycott (B.A. '05) is a Ph.D. candidate in the history of science and medicine at Yale University. Her dissertation explores the way biological thinking shaped conceptions of decoration, ornament and pattern at the turn of the twentieth century. After Santa Cruz, Laurel earned an M.A. in... more

Dr. Lily Woodruff (B.A. '03) received a joint Ph.D. in Art History from Northwestern University and the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (Paris) in 2012. Currently, she is an Assistant Professor of Art History at Michigan State University. Her scholarly articles and criticism have... more

Atoosa Youkhana (B.A. '16) is studying International and Immigration law at Southwestern Law School. She is pursuing a joint degree in either a Masters in Urban and Regional Planning or Public Policy. She is working towards a future career in the United Nations.

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