Sasha Archibald ’00

Sasha recently wrote that she is an associate editor at Cabinet magazine, a nonprofit art and culture quarterly based in Brooklyn, New York. She earned an Advanced Certificate in Museum Studies from New York University and an MA from NYU’s John W. Draper Program, an interdisciplinary self-designed humanities program. In 2005, she was named Helena Rubinstein Curatorial Fellow at the Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Studies Program, where she co-curated a contemporary art exhibition, “At the Mercy of Others: The Politics of Care,” accompanied by a catalogue. In addition to frequent articles in Cabinet, she contributed to Histories of the Future (Duke UP: 2005) and a monograph on the work of the conceptual photo-based artist Robert Blanchon (Visual AIDS: 2006); she is the co-editor of the forthcoming Presidential Doodles (Basic Books: 2006).

Title

English, Russian and Gender Studies minors

Secondary Title

2000

Description

Sasha recently wrote that she is an associate editor at Cabinet magazine, a nonprofit art and culture quarterly based in Brooklyn, New York. She earned an Advanced Certificate in Museum Studies from New York University and an MA from NYU’s John W. Draper Program, an interdisciplinary self-designed humanities program. In 2005, she was named Helena Rubinstein Curatorial Fellow at the Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Studies Program, where she co-curated a contemporary art exhibition, “At the Mercy of Others: The Politics of Care,” accompanied by a catalogue. In addition to frequent articles in Cabinet, she contributed to Histories of the Future (Duke UP: 2005) and a monograph on the work of the conceptual photo-based artist Robert Blanchon (Visual AIDS: 2006); she is the co-editor of the forthcoming Presidential Doodles (Basic Books: 2006).