Natalie Campbell is an independent curator and arts worker active in Washington DC. She studied Art History at Hunter College CUNY and has taught at schools including the Corcoran School of Arts + Design at George Washington University and the Maryland Institute College of Art MFA Program in Curatorial Practice. She has curated and co-curated exhibitions at venues including the American University Museum, Washington, DC; Smack Mellon, Brooklyn; Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, New York, the Center for Book Arts, New York, as well as numerous temporary, collaborative, and publication-based projects outside of traditional exhibition spaces. In 2016 she worked with the artist collaborative FURTHERMORE on a creative placemaking project curated by the Van Alen Institute with support from the DC Office of Planning and the Kresge Foundation. Current and upcoming projects include Tie Up, Draw Down, co-curated with Carissa Carman at the Center for Craft, Creativity and Design, Asheville (Summer 2016); an art lending library to launch at Washington Project for the Arts, DC (Fall 2017); and a group exhibition at School 33 Arts Center, Baltimore (Fall, 2017). As an independent consultant, arts project manager and editor, she has produced projects for clients including artist Mika Rottenberg and the Washington D.C. Public Library.
Images: Installation views of Tie Up, Draw Down, co-curated by Natalie Campbell and Carissa Carman at The Center for Craft, Creativity & Design (@centerforcraft). Photo credit: Steve Mann, Black Box Photography.
- Studio Internship (2003)