I am an undergraduate student at Dartmouth College majoring in art history modified with Classics and minoring in theater. This diverse, interdisciplinary range of subjects shaped my versatile approach to the study of art history, combining critical analysis and a creative mentality. I am one of two Conroy Interns for the Hood Museum of Art in its 2017-2018 academic year.
I have a great deal of experience working in the administrative sector of arts organizations. I served as in intern for a Dartmouth–Northern Stage partnership program initiative called the Experiential Term, where I was trained in all aspects of theater administration, from public relations and marketing, to lighting board operation for an off-Broadway show in New York City, to acting and performing as dance captain in a Northern Stage professional production. Under the mentorship of Northern Stage’s artistic director, I also planned and executed a number of performance Q&As, as well as alumni events in New York, and helped create a patron/donor database. In addition, I have worked for four years at NBC as part of the Electric Crew for Saturday Night Light.
More pertinently, during the 2017–2018 academic year I served as a programming intern at the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth’s campus museum. As part of this senior internship program, along with four other interns, I co-curated an exhibition titled Consent: Complicating Agency in Photography, which will premiere as part of the Hood’s reopening in 2018. Through the Hood Internship Program, I have also regularly attended seminars on museum curation, art conservation, archival research, and other significant facets of the art history profession. As a programming intern, I’ve planned and executed a number of events for Dartmouth students and the Hanover community, including art tours, interactive museum scavenger hunts, and multimedia art projects.
On campus, I am active in the Dartmouth Theater Department, having acted in four MainStage productions and three student-directed shows, and even wrote a fully produced Dartmouth show that premiered in the Bentley Theater in summer of 2017. I am also the president of the Dartmouth Rude Mechanicals, Dartmouth’s completely student-run Shakespeare troupe, and the visual arts coordinator of the Dartmouth Subtleties, one of Dartmouth’s all-female a cappella groups. In my free time, I enjoy directing, playwriting, being active in my sorority, hanging out with friends, and of course, studying art history. I hope to pursue television writing after graduation.
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