Photo by Lauren Miller
Join an ICA graduate student lecturer for a tour of Simone Leigh. Deepen your understanding of the artist and exhibition themes through guided close looking and discussion.
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About our Graduate Student Lecturers
Carina D’Urso (she/her/hers) is a Graduate Student Lecturer at the ICA as well as an Ed.M. candidate at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, where she studies Human Development and Education. As a student at HGSE, Carina is interested in the ways in which arts-based interventions impact the civic identity development of young people. In her spare time, Carina enjoys reading, cooking, practicing her Italian, and spending time with her friends and family.
Marlo Morales (she/her/hers) is a Graduate Student Lecturer at the ICA and is currently an MA student in the History of Art and Architecture at Boston University. She received her BA from Rhodes College where she double majored in Art History and Spanish. Marlo has held positions at The National Civil Rights Museum, The Frist Museum of Art and currently works as a Community Arts Initiative Liaison at the MFA Boston. Marlo’s research currently focuses on human rights and commemoration in Contemporary Latin American Art.
Erin Rosengren (she/her/hers) is a Graduate Student Lecturer at the ICA, and is currently a student at Boston University, pursuing a degree in Art History with a specific interest in modern and contemporary art. She previously held a position at the ICA as a Visitor Assistant and is writing her Master’s Scholarly Paper on Raúl de Nieves, who exhibited at the ICA last year. She also makes art in her own time working in illustration, oil/acrylic paint, and printmaking.
Fatima Seck (she/her/hers) is a Graduate Student Lecturer at the ICA, and a recent Ed.M. graduate with a degree in Arts Education from Harvard Graduate School of Education. As a school gardener and arts educator, Fatima works between food, land, justice and Black feminist art.