Jeanne Brasile, M.A.
Interested in creating exhibits that question the role of art in society or investigate salient socio-political themes.
Jeanne seeks to create engaging exhibitions that ask viewers to question the role of art in society as well as investigate salient socio-political themes. Philosophically, she sees the gallery as a laboratory for experiential learning. She regularly curates shows at the Walsh Gallery and other non-profit venues in the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area. She has worked at renowned venues such as; Storm King Art Center, The South Street Seaport Museum, The Montclair State University Art Galleries, City Without Walls and The New Jersey Center for Visual Arts.
She teaches "Producing an Exhibition" to students in the Museum Professions Graduate Program. Jeanne is also a working artist showing her art most recently at venues in Chelsea, Brooklyn, Los Angeles, Newark, Jersey City, Atlanta and Malaysia.
- M.A., Seton Hall University 2004
- B.A., Ramapo College of New Jersey 1998