Art history alums land fellowships to continue studies
May 13, 2020
Naiomy Guerrero ’12 has been admitted to the doctoral art history program at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. She was awarded a fully funded graduate center fellowship for five years of study.
Guerrero is the author and editor of GalleryGirl.nyc, a bilingual curatorial art writing platform. She received the Pérez Art Museum Miami's inaugural Diversifying Art Museum Leadership Initiative Curatorial Fellowship, made possible by the Walton Family Foundation and the Ford Foundation. Her scholarship and research focus primarily on the cultural production of black and indigenous U.S. Latinx artists.
Jordan Horton ’19 was admitted to the Williams College of Art's art history graduate program on a fully funded fellowship. She was also selected as the college’s Mellon Curatorial Fellow and will be the first post-baccalaureate student ever to hold this position.
While at DePauw, Jordan was an art history major with double minors in studio art and museum studies. Following graduation, Jordan was selected as an Efroymson Bridge-Year Fellow. She was recently invited to share her senior seminar research at an undergraduate symposium at Hunter Museum of Art in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Horton’s research and scholarship focus on contemporary art of the Americas as well as institutional critique and accessibility and inequity in the art world.