CulturePeel is a place to share personal experiences with art with the aim of making cultural encounters of all kids more accessible and digestible.
A place to peel back the layers of the art world that may intimidate to reveal art and culture as it’s meant to be: not only available but meant for us all.
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I was born in Moscow to two actors, and moved to Boston when I was ten. I went to college in Washington, DC, studying studio art, graphic design art history, and French (spending Junior year in Paris). I then embarked on a career in marketing, communications and copywriting and worked in a DC art gallery before moving to London for an MSc in Media & Communications. Post-grad school, I lived and worked in Copenhagen and New York before finally returning to Boston, where my roots are planted most deeply.
Today, I continue to write and help organizations with their communications strategies and branding. Since April 2017, I have worked with Matter & Light Fine Art in Boston on various outreach and cross-cultural projects, most recently a collaboration with Boston’s award-winning Company One Theater on “Really,” a play by Jackie Sibblies Drury. As Matter & Light transformed into a theater for Company One’s production, I co-curated the art exhibition to enhance the audience experience.