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Michael Quituisaca ’17

Class of 2017, Art History Major

  • Michael Quituisaca ’17

“By the time I graduated, I wanted to have a good amount of work experience on my résumé, so that I could jump right into the work force. The amazing professors in the Art History program helped to give me these experiences. Professor Bell noticed my love for American Art and introduced me to her colleague Bruce Weber, the Curator of Paintings and Sculptures at the Museum of the City of New York. After telling him that I wanted to be a curator myself, he offered me an internship. ”

Next, with the help of Professor Jason Rosenfeld, was a position as a Research Fellow at the Thomas Cole National Historic Site. Michael is now a Master’s candidate in American Art, American University. where he is a graduate fellow at the Alper Initiative for Washington Art

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Class of 2017, Art History Major

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“By the time I graduated, I wanted to have a good amount of work experience on my résumé, so that I could jump right into the work force. The amazing professors in the Art History program helped to give me these experiences. Professor Bell noticed my love for American Art and introduced me to her colleague Bruce Weber, the Curator of Paintings and Sculptures at the Museum of the City of New York. After telling him that I wanted to be a curator myself, he offered me an internship. ”

Art and Art History