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My Story

About Me


"I believe art has the power to connect us."


Angela Garcia (she/her)


I am an experienced art historian, curator, educator, and project manager with 20 years of experience in the arts and culture sector. As the founder of arthistorianone,  I am dedicated to creating creative engaging contemporary art experiences and for all ages and promoting and showcasing the work of BIPOC and LGTBQI+ artists.

Throughout my career, I have held various roles in prestigious institutions such as El Museo del Barrio in New York and The Centro León in the Dominican Republic. As a public speaker, I have delivered lectures on Modern and Contemporary Art at esteemed venues  and events including The Bruce Museum, CT, New York Public Library Branches, City College, and Frieze NY. I am also a bilingual lecturer and educator at The Museum of Modern Art (since 2008), the Deutsche Bank Art Collection (since 2012), The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (since 2014),Morris Jumel Mansion (since2017), and The Metropolitan Museum of Art (since 2019).

In 2020, I contributed as Lead Education Curriculum Developer and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion advisor for the New York International Children's Film Festival (NYICFF) and worked as an Education and Development consultant for Arts & Minds. Continuing my dedication to education and inclusivity, I co-founded Pairings in 2021 to highlight the work of underrepresented artists.

My educational background includes a BA in Fine Arts from Syracuse University, a Master of Arts in Art History and Museum Studies from City College (C.U.N.Y), and a Masters in Contemporary Art and Arts Administration from The Institute of Latin American Museums (ILAM). While I specialize in Modern and Contemporary art, I also possess a deep knowledge of global art history. I am particularly interested in research and projects that amplify Dominican art and culture.

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