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Megan Z. Brian is Assistant Director of Education and Public Practice at SFMOMA which oversees and implements curatorial and pedagogical projects at the museum in the areas of school initiatives, public dialogue, and performance and film. She holds a BA in sociology from Mills College, and is a recent MA graduate from the Institute for Curatorial Practice in Performance at Wesleyan University. She was a fellow in the inaugural year of EAP.
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Also, earlier this year, I contributed to the Venice Biennale’s catalog, after coordinating a section on Bay Area dance artist Anna Halprin for the exhibition.
More on Anna Halprin here:
...and footage of us performing the Planetary Dance community ritual in Venice here:
Latest posts by EAP (see all)
- Invoking the Archive as a Condition of Possibility - March 5, 2018
- Network Highlight: Megan Brian - December 20, 2017
- [repost] Reflections from The Living Altar: Liberatory Practice from an Afro-Indigenous Lens - November 28, 2017