Luna Goldberg

Chicago, Illinois

HIA Program:

Netherlands Netherlands 2015


Luna Goldberg graduated from Hampshire College with a concentration in visual art, social psychology and museum studies. Over the last five years, she has studied the politics of museum spaces and the ways in which culture is represented in arts institutions. Luna has worked at the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, the Norton Museum of Art and the Museum at Eldridge Street. Her thesis focused on New York’s Lower East Side and the way in which its history has been rewritten over time to meet the needs of those in the local community. She is currently based in Chicago, pursuing a Masters in Art History at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and recently returned from a Post-Graduate Fulbright Fellowship in Tel Aviv. Her research focuses on the effects of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict on the work of contemporary visual artists in the region and their ability to offer insight on the social value of art. Luna is originally from Miami, Florida.


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