Pelle Tracey '17, Center for Career and Community Engagement | Earlham College
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Pelle Tracey '17

My name is Pelle Tracey, and I’m a 4th year student at Earlham double majoring in Peace and Global Studies and Studio Art. My interests include contemporary art practice and curation, absurdist literature, soccer, and Wong Kar-Wai movies. This summer I’m looking forward to making sculptures and going on bike rides in my free time. My goals for the summer include greatly increasing my understanding of how an art museum functions, and to significantly improve my knowledge of Richmond and Indiana’s artistic history.  I hope to leave this internship with a clearer idea of what I want to do in my time after Earlham and how art will fit into my life post-graduation, while contributing to the museum’s programming and operations.

 

Pelle Tracey

Pelle Tracey '17

Intern, Richmond Art Museum

Majors: Peace and Global Studies and Studio Art

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