Avery Glassman is a dual-degree candidate (MA art history, MBA) from Shaker Heights, Ohio. She earned a BA in art history from Macalester College, writing a capstone paper on the relationship between Francisco de Goya's work and Spanish Orientalism. Avery studied abroad at Paris IV and Spéos Photographic Institute. After working with artists for four years as Programs and Exhibitions Curator at the Western Colorado Center for the Arts, Avery shifted her focus to contemporary art history. She is particularly interested in site-specific, participatory, and folk art practices. Avery enjoys bagpipes, going to the car wash, Halloween, and fonts.