About the 2019 Future Curators
The 2019 Future Curators team consists of twenty students in grades 11 and 12: Anne Bailey (Nardin Academy), Anna Bond (Orchard Park High School), Anna Brown (Williamsville East High School), Sophia Doyle (Buffalo Academy of the Sacred Heart), Monique Fairer (Williamsville East High School), Lara Ferreri (Nichols School), Kevin Girasole (Lewiston-Porter High School), Taylor Lannon (Lewiston-Porter High School), Lily Lettieri (City Honors High School), Faith Mikolajczyk (Lake Shore High School), Carson Ortolani (Nichols School), Sarah Price (Sweet Home High School), Hannah Riley (North Tonawanda High School), Gabrielle Rohauer (Eden Junior/Senior High School), Trisha Sander (Grand Island Senior High School), Joseph Scinta (Canisius High School), Natalie Toledo (City Honors High School), Cordelia Wright (Amherst Central High School), Jiaxuan “Jocelyn” Yang (Buffalo Seminary), Kyle Ziemba (West Seneca West Senior High School).
Beginning in January 2019, this creative team of young aspiring art professionals has been learning what goes on the behind the scenes at the Albright-Knox. The Future Curators program allows students to use the museum’s collection and current exhibitions to begin thinking about art from the mindset of a curator. They are pleased to present the culmination of their experience, the 2019 AK Teens: Future Curators exhibition, Somewhere Behind, Somewhere Ahead. To follow the Future Curators as they organize their exhibition, check out the Albright-Knox on Instagram (@albrightknox) on Fridays for #FutureCuratorsFridays. Learn More about the AK Teens: Future Curators Program