Alexandria Bingham is a dual master candidate in California at Claremont Graduate University studying for her MBA and Master of Art Business. She has recently completed her first year of her masters program. Her background includes a degree in Art History, focusing in visual arts, with an emphasis in contemporary art, curation and public programming. She is passionate about art and activism and working to be a proponent in starting necessary conversations, bridging diverse communities, challenging societal norms, and pushing the boundaries of what’s considered art and who it’s for. She is an innovative creative professional and leader with a drive to establish and sustain creative inclusive communities and facilitate the creation of cultural equity.
Project: Alexandria will assist with an employee-focused “Art Ambassador” program that would train associates/employees to give virtual and in-person tours of the permanent collection at different sites across the US. The fellow also will gain hands-on experience installing and managing a corporate art collection and working with artists and art consultants to facilitate image use licenses for specific pieces in the collection (Image Use License Project).