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Collection Loans & Exhibitions Intern
Kate moved to Bentonville, Arkansas at a young age and considers Northwest Arkansas her hometown. She is currently a student at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville where she is majoring in Art History and minoring in Anthropology. She fell in love with museums at a young age, especially Crystal Bridges and the Nelson-Atkins Museum where she would often visit with her family. She is especially interested in studying inclusive and innovative curatorial practices and she hopes to continue her education through graduate work in Art History. Outside of school and work, Kate enjoys reading, having fun outdoors, and spending time with her family.
Art Bridges Fellows Program Intern
Sydney grew up in Little Rock, Arkansas and is a senior at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. After a year in New York, Sydney realized her passion for museums and fine arts and chose to pursue an Art History degree with a Retail minor. She is interested in curation, the ways art influences fashion and expanding access to art education, collections, and career resources. Sydney is member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., a School of Art Peer Mentor, and her school’s Society of Art Historians. Outside of academia and museums, she enjoys time with her cat Nyx, reading, baking, online shopping, and dancing.