Arts & Culture

The Big Jewcy: Julie Fishkin, Arts Curator

If you attempt to apply a label to Julie Fishkin, the only appropriate one would be Wunderkind.  Established as one of the finest freelance art curators in New York by her project, Metro Color Collision, Fishkin has decided that her … Read More

By / June 9, 2010

If you attempt to apply a label to Julie Fishkin, the only appropriate one would be Wunderkind.  Established as one of the finest freelance art curators in New York by her project, Metro Color Collision, Fishkin has decided that her career takes a backseat to the MS/RD program at NYU for clinical nutrition.  With a resume that stretches from coast to coast, Fishkin isn’t at all worried about putting her curatorial duties on hold: "In all honesty, I really hope to combine my art career with a health profession, maybe through counseling, community work, who knows.  But that’s pretty much what my new goal is." Whatever this student/art curator/writer decides to do is fine by us, because everything she does is a success.