Qianjin Montoya

Qianjin Montoya holds an MA in Curatorial Practice from California College of the Arts and a BA in Art History from the University of California, Berkeley. Her writing and research have covered a twenty-year regional history of art and exhibition making in the Bay Area, including interviews with Hank Willis Thomas, Stephanie Syjuco, Tony Labat, and Renny Pritikin. Her current research engages the topics of race, education, representation, and artistic practice in order to reinforce space, access, and community as institutional forms of public engagement. She is the current Americas Collection Research Fellow at Kadist and is the Assistant Curator at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, CA.

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