Brigitte Moreno graduated from Hunter College Senior with a Studio Art Major. She joined the AME Program after interfering with School and Teen Programs at the Rubin Museum of Art. She also interned at MOMA Materials Lab (School Programs Department), and the Children’s Museum of Manhattan. After graduating she worked as a Visitor Experience Associate for the Rubin Museum and is currently working in education at the Brooklyn Museum of Art.
Evan Goodman graduated from Parsons, the New School for Design with an illustration major. He is interested in the way that art, religion and science can meet and the role that art plays in child development. “I feel the work showcased in the Rubin Museum of Art is especially important and unique as it is instantly relatable while also showing inspiring introspection and self-contemplation.” Evan is currently a museum guide for the Rubin Museum and created a comic book about facilitating school tours. Click to download Evan’s Comic
Lewis West is at Columbia University completing a Middle Eastern, South Asian and African Studies major. He has a strong interest in Himalayan art and has taken classes on Buddhism, Indian History and Vedic texts. He also edits articles for Columbia’s journal of South Asian Culture, refining articles with topics ranging from Bollywood masculinity to Nepalese politics.
Tarona Hafezza is at Hunter College completing an Art History Major. Her past experience at a children’s center inspired her to pursue a career involving education and art. She’s previously worked at the Central Queens Y facilitating educational and recreational activities.