Linnea West is the Manager of Adult Public Programs at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
She organizes virtual and in-person adult programs such as talks and workshops. Prior to this, she coordinated MoMA’s global art history research initiative, Contemporary & Modern Art Perspectives (C-MAP).
In 2015, she earned a master’s degree in art history with distinction from The University of Georgia with research focused on the art of post-Socialist Central and Eastern Europe.
She was a Fulbright Fellow at the Ludwig Museum of Contemporary in Budapest. Previously, she worked in book publishing, with experience in marketing, editing, and website development and management.
Since 2008, she has written a blog about contemporary art called Art Ravels. Learn more about recent projects on her website: www.linneawest.com.
Speaking at Culture Geek Conference
Wednesday 16th June 2021
Session: Lightening Talks
Seven quick fire presentations from around the world.
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