Graduate Coordinator, Art History
Stacy administers the graduate Art History program. She is the first point of contact for prospective students, providing information about the program and the admission procedures. She assists the Graduate Advisor with managing the graduate student population ensuring their support and progress throughout their time in the program. Additionally, she handles Teaching Assistant and Assistant Instructors appointments, assists with active student and recruitment funding, maintains scholarship data, drafts and revises web publications, and organizes new student orientations.
Stacy has over 20 years experience in managing small creative businesses. Prior to joining the department in 2012, she served as the booking agent and operations manager for the legendary and multi Grammy Award winning Magic Shop Recording Studio in New York. During this time she coordinated many archive projects such as the Alan Lomax in Haiti box set and Rolling Stones’ Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out! box set and booking clients such as Roger Waters, The Arcarde Fire ‘The Suburbs’, and Burning Spear for live recording sessions. Stacy graduated from New York University with a degree in Art History.
Prospective applicants wishing to visit with Stacy about the graduate Art History program should arrange an appointment in advance of visiting the department.