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Writing

Journaling is more than a hobby... Writing has been one of Laura’s favorite pastimes since she  was in elementary school. In college, she fused her passion in writing by taking on an Art History major and Sociology minor. Since then, Laura has been on the lookout for any opportunity to let her voice be heard.

In May 2008, Laura presented her paper entitled “Trans=formations: Museums in Landscape” (co-written by fellow graduate school colleague Emily Phillips) at the Transforming Museums Conference in Seattle, WA. She is currently writing for the Baltimore Examiner’s Contemporary Art section and enjoys critiquing the art world on a local, national and international level. In the past, she has also written for LifeinItaly.com and the official Nevin Kelly Gallery blog.

To access some of Laura’s writing online, please click on the links below:

Examiner.com
Nevin Kelly Gallery Blog (October 2007 – July 2008)
LifeinItaly.com

Other writing samples are available upon request.

One thought on “Writing

  1. Katie Mavrich on said:

    Dear Laura,

    At RedEgg Solutions, we are creating a media profile of select journalists for our reputed PR clients who intend to pitch their relevant stories through these journalists. We were specifically requested to include your name and profile to the list.

    We request your cooperation in providing us your Name, Designation, Work Phone number, Work email (or alternative email to this one, if necessary), and Topic/Beats you cover.

    Apart from this, please furnish information about any Achievements and Academic Credentials that you would like us to add to your profile.

    If a phone call would be more convenient, please provide us your contact number, extension number and a suitable time to speak to you. Our research team will be happy to get in touch with you.

    We look forward to your feedback.

    Thanks,
    Katie Mavrich
    Director of Media Research

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