MA Art History Alumna Receives NEH Grant for "Converging Cultures" Exhibition

MA Art History Alumna Receives NEH Grant for "Converging Cultures" Exhibition
Adriana Ospina, who received her MA from the Art History program in 2013, has received an NEH grant to support an exhibition she is organizing: Converging Cultures: Asian Diasporas and Latin American and Caribbean Art from 1940 to the Present. Ospina is the curator of collections at the Art Museum of the Americas in Washington, DC. The exhibition is described in more detail at its website:
 
Featuring approximately 75 important works of art, plus ephemera and video, Converging Cultures: Asian Diasporas and Latin American & Caribbean Art, 1945–Present considers the impact of migration, mixed racial heritage and global interchange in modern and contemporary art in Latin America and the Caribbean by providing a comprehensive look at the work of those who migrated from Asia to the Americas during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.