Curator in Residence 2024

In 2022, we launched the Annual AnkhLave Curator in Residence Program, providing one AnkhLave Garden Fellowship alum, the opportunity to curate future AnkhLave Projects. See Christine’s bio below:

Curatorial Bio by Curator in Residence, Christine Stoddard:

Named one of Brooklyn Magazine’s Top 50 Most Fascinating People, Christine Stoddard is a Salvadoran-American artist, creative producer, and curator whose work spans books, films, performances, objects, and electronic imaginings. She is the founder of Quail Bell Magazine, an intersectional publication that showcases innovative artistry and storytelling. Some of her curatorial projects include the feminist talk show “Badass Lady-Folk” (Manhattan Neighborhood Network), the U.S./Mexico photography exhibition “Guadalajara in 35mm” (Virginia Center for Latin American Art), the poetry/video exhibition “Lady Pandora” (FiveMyles Gallery), and the Reclaimed Lands Conference multimedia installation (NYU ITP). A graduate of VCUarts, she earned her MFA in Digital & Interdisciplinary Art Practice from The City College of New York and is an incoming MS Documentary Journalism candidate at Columbia University. She is also a proud AnkhLave alum (2020, Queens Botanical Garden.)

Support for this position is made possible by the Columbia University Tamer Center Social Enterprise Summer Fellowship Program.