Anna Harsanyi is a curator, arts manager and educator. She graduated from Lang in 2008 with a concentration in Arts in Context. She recently completed "Hot & Cold: Revolution in the Present Tense," a public art project in Timișoara and Cluj, Romania which presented three artist projects about the 25th anniversary of the Revolution that ended Communism. She has worked in education and public programming roles at No Longer Empty, A Blade of Grass and the Museum of Modern Art. Anna is currently the Program Coordinator at New York Arts Practicum. She received an M.A. in Non-Profit Arts Administration from New York University in 2012.
Anna is interested in how art and culture play a role in shaping our urban space and daily lives. She considers art as an integral to the ways in which we can challenge notions of public space, social justice, accessibility and urban development.
B.A., Arts in Context, Eugene Lang College
M.A., Visual Arts Administration, New York University
Program Coordinator, New York Arts Practicum
Exhibitions/ Public Art Projects:
Hot & Cold: Revolution in the Present Tense, Timisoara and Cluj, Romania, 2014
Through the Parlor, No Longer Empty, New York, 2013
Talking about Revolution in Romanian Public Space, Open Engagement, 2014
Cultural activism in urban centers, public art, socially engaged art, cross-disciplinary cultural movements, and radical pedagogy in art education.
New York University Alumni Council Visual Arts Administration MA Program Award, 2012