MA Arts Politics Class of 2016
BA Religion and Human Rights, Columbia University
Elizabeth is a strategic, multidisciplinary performer and programming developer. A New York City native, she values the intersection of education, history, and community as foundation for building institutions. Elizabeth is a musician, dancer, and actor invested in honoring communities in the city with effective, creative policy and programming.
What drew you to the MA Arts Politics program?
The MA Arts Politics program affords me the opportunity to study cultural policy and gain a better understanding of the arts topography of New York. At the same time, it encourages me to critically engage with my performance and perspective. I appreciate the opportunity to challenge my artistic practice with other practitioners, collectively learning from our myriad backgrounds. The MA Arts Politics program is a lens through which to understand my personal engagement with culture.