Lead curator of Memory Dishes: Women and African Diasporic Cooking, the 2019 commencement exhibition for the Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice at Brown University. Memory Dishes is a multifaceted exhibition—textual, digital, and object-based—which explores some of the many practices of African diasporic cooking and the ways traditions are passed intergenerational between women, transformed through time and migration. Memory Dishes is anchored by the oral histories of six Rhode Island families and features their stories, archival images, and a series of videos in their kitchens.
Co-curator of an installation-based exhibit and program series surrounding the kitchen table and the ways the space is used by womxn of color outside of eating and cooking. This exhibition opened as a part of the 2018 Gallery Lab series at the John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and coincided with a series of related programming, providing a safe space to host conversations around race, culture, and identity
Worked with the Studio Museum in Harlem’s Public Programs and Community Engagement Team on the inaugural year of the In Harlem initiative, a dynamic set of collaborative programs in the neighborhood in partnership with a variety of Harlem-based partners and satellite sites.
Developed two sets of recurring all ages tours for visitors at The Metropolitan Museum—one on hair and power and the other on representations of American slavery—which incorporated objects from across the museum’s vast collection. Based on an inquiry based methodology, these tours incorporated the use of varied interactive gallery activities and exercise
Developed a structure and production schedule for the high school intern-run teen social media account, @Metteens, working closely with the education, communications, and digital departments at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Oversaw the teen educational program, Art Explore, from administrative responsibilities, to lesson planning, to gallery teaching. Art Explore, brings middle-school aged teens into the galleries and introduces them to The Met’s encyclopedic collection with the interactive use of art making, technology, and movement in the galleries. Developed the Art Explore teen passport, designed in the style of a zine by high school interns, as a programmatic tool and momento for participants
Travelled to Hong Kong with members of Brown’s Public Humanities Department to work with Professors Sydney Lee to produce a memo in support of naming Hong Kong a UNESCO City of Gastronomy
A digitized audio-based tour of the wallpaper Les vues d'Amérique du Nord installed on the first floor of the John Nicholas Brown House, home to the Brown University Public Humanities Center. The project explores the historic context and racist visual elements of the wallpaper and makes a case for its removal
Project manager of the archival image research and rights acquisitions for 2018 exhibit on Rosa Parks’ family home and the untold story of the Civil Rights Movement.