Undergraduate History of Art & Architecture Association
Who are we?
The Undergraduate History of Art & Architecture Association is an undergraduate student-run organization. We are open to anyone, regardless of major or knowledge of art history & architecture. Throughout the year, we organize some great activities, such as museum visits, a trip to New York City, and guest speakers. We hold career advising sessions to help those interested in an art-related career decide what to do and how to do it.
Meet Your 2013-2014 Officers:
President: Kimberly Curhan (CAS ’15)
Kimberly is an Art History major with minors in Arts Leadership and African Studies. With a strong passion for the preservation and promotion of the arts, she has completed several internships with various non-profit arts organizations. Currently she maintains a Social Media/Tumblr Manager internship with Slow Art Day, in addition to helping with publicity at Company One and the Rubin-Frankel Gallery. In the future, she hopes to contribute to scholarly research in the field of African Art, while assisting more people to recognize the importance of art history and to understand and appreciate more art.
Vice President: Suzanna Petot (CAS ’16)
Suzanna is an Art History major with minors in French and Art Leadership. Last year she attended and volunteered for major Art History Association events such as the trip to Mass MOCA, the GSU Craft Fair and Arts Career Panel. She hopes to use her previous internships with the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Museum of Modern Art to organize new trips and engaging events that help members explore the wide range of experiences available to them in the art world.
Secretary: Julia Brindinski (CAS ’13)
Julia is a senior with a major in the History of Art and a minor in Business Administration. Throughout her time at BU she has maintained internships in the arts administration field which has built her love for arts and cultural institutions. Currently, Julia holds internship positions with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Museum of Fine Arts. After graduation, she plans to continue working in arts administration and pursue a graduate degree.
Treasurer: Winnie Ko (CAS ’15)
Upon completion of her B.A. degree, she is hoping to return to her homeland of Taiwan and help with its Chinese art development. With that in mind, she plans to spend her senior year in Paris and London, with BU Study Abroad Internship program, and learn the ways of these two City of Arts.