The original and meaningful accomplishments of our M.A. Arts Politics alumni exemplify courage, depth, rigor, a dedication to beauty, and to truth seeking.
Please read on to find out what graduates of our program are doing now and how their experience in the program shaped their work.
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Ladi'Sasha Jones is a writer and curator from Harlem, NY. She has written for Aperture, IAM magazine, Houston Center for Photography, Temporary Art Review, and Recess among others. Currently, Ladi’Sasha is the Sophie Davis Curatorial Fellow for Gender and Racial Parity at the Norton Museum of Art. She held prior appointments at the New Museum’s IdeasCity platform and NYPL’s Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. As a founding board member of the I, Too, Arts Collective, Ladi’Sasha is a part of a group working to transform the historic landmark brownstone of American poet James Mercer Langston Hughes into a residency for Black writers. She holds a B.A. in African American Studies from Temple University and a M.A. in Arts Politics from NYU, Tisch School of the Arts.Read More.