Francesca Du Brock, Chief Curator at the Anchorage Museum, will discuss a current exhibit at the museum that features the vital roles of both indigenous and newcomer women in northern communities.
In her role as curator, Du Brock focuses on developing projects and exhibitions that reflect the diversity of people living in the North. Bilingualism, visual literacy, food culture, Indigenous representation, and women have been topics of recent exhibitions, projects, and programming.
Du Brock previously worked at Kurimanzutto, a contemporary art gallery in Mexico City, and as an arts educator in San Francisco, Boston, and Alaska. She is a born-and-raised Alaskan and brings a passion for learning from and through the arts to her current work. She holds a B.A. in Art History from Bowdoin College, an M.F.A. from the San Francisco Arts Institute, and an M.Ed. from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education.
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