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JFEW Scholar Goldie Gross is a successful curator

Posted By Jamie Spence, Thursday, November 2, 2017
Updated: Monday, March 12, 2018


Goldie is a sophomore at Baruch College, and a prominent curator for the Jewish Art Salon. Goldie was given her first independent exhibition, Sukkahwood, which featured six artists who interpreted Jewish traditions through sukkah installations earlier this fall. She has also had the opportunity to collaborate on the Jewish Art Salon’s exhibit at the Jerusalem Biennale, Jerusalem Between Heaven and Earth.

Most recently, Goldie curated the exhibition Natural Instincts which featured 28 artists who worked to showcase harmonious multiculturalism and inter-religious unity. In addition to curating the event, Goldie also arranged a collaboration in which a piece of her work was featured! The event was aimed at bringing people from diverse cultural backgrounds together.

Goldie is dedicated to providing opportunities to other young aspiring artists, working with the Jewish Art Salon to create a student fellowship. This fellowship gives budding artists the chance to network and showcase their work alongside artists farther along in their careers. She says, “I want to make it something that more young adults want to be a part of.”

Goldie is studying art and business at Baruch. After graduation, she aspires to fuse the two together by working at an auction house, museum, or as a professor. We can’t wait to see all that she accomplishes!

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