Emily Colby is a senior at Wake Forest University where she studies Art History and Communication. Originally from Chicago, Illinois, Emily is excited to learn more about the history and operation of Reynolda House. She hopes to learn about the education programs that Reynolda House offers, giving the public opportunities to engage with the artwork. After graduating from Wake Forest, Emily hopes to spend time working abroad and eventually to return to the US to pursue a career in an art museum.
From Lexington, NC, Judi McCulloch will graduate from Salem College in May with a degree in Art History. She hopes to pursue a career in a gallery or corporate art sales, and possibly attend graduate school. She looks forward to her time at Reynolda House and the experience she’ll gain with a house museum and from being surrounded by many types and styles of art. Judi is researching Claes Oldenburg’s Spoon Pier (ca. 1974-75) for her correlation research.
Angela Reavis is a senior double-majoring in Art History and Religion at Salem College. Originally from Boonville, NC, Angela is excited to begin her internship at Reynolda House and hopes to gain an in-depth understanding of how the museum manages their collection and balances it with the running of the historical house. After graduating from Salem, Angela plans to continue her studies in graduate school and then obtain a job working in the museum field.
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