During Lauren Ross's residency in Louisiana she is conducting studio visits with artists in New Orleans. She is also giving an informal talk to a class of MFA students at Tulane University and a more formal lecture at The Engine Room in New Orleans.
Curator Lauren Ross is a PARSE curator-in-residence from February 7 - 28, 2018.
Lauren Ross is giving a lecture on her past curatorial experiences at The Engine Room on February 27th at 6:30pm
Lauren Ross is a curator, writer, teacher, and administrator with over twenty years of experience in contemporary art. She is based in Richmond, Virginia, where she recently founded the RVA Critical Art Writing Program. Ross has served as a curator at such institutions as the Institute for Contemporary Art in Richmond, VA; Philbrook Museum of Art in Tulsa, OK; the High Line, New York, NY; Brooklyn Museum, NY; and White Columns, New York, NY. As a writer, she has contributed to exhibition catalogs published by The Dallas Museum of Art, The Studio Museum in Harlem, and the Whitney Museum of American Art, as well as to periodicals such as The Art Newspaper, Art in America, and Burnaway. Ross has taught at Virginia Commonwealth University, the School of Visual Arts, the Rhode Island School of Design, and the Whitney Museum. She holds a Master’s Degree from Hunter College and a Bachelor’s Degree from Cornell University, both in the History of Art.