Art Interactive has announced that Natasha Khandekar has assumed the role of director. She takes the helm of a unique space in Cambridge's Central Square, and a robust exhibition program.
A statement from AI provides some background on Khandekar:
Before joining Art Interactive she worked in curatorial in the Art of Europe department at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, for almost five years, and in the paintings department at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles for just over three years and was also a management consultant during this time. Additionally, she has a strong interest in modern and contemporary art, as well as conservation and technical art history. Natasha brings to Art Interactive extensive experience in curatorial and exhibitions, as well as operational and managerial aspects of both non-profit and commercial organizations.
We look forward to the of Art Interactive, and Natasha's vision for their program. The current exhibition Urban Networks is definately worth a look, and the forthcoming Art Showdown will be a blast. We also look forward to outgoing director Catherine D'Ignazio's projects.