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New York University
Graduate School of Arts and Science

DePauw University
B.A. Art History

Walt Disney Animation Research Library
Walt Disney Private Permanent Collection
Ghost Ranch
El Museo del Barrio
Creative Time
David LaChapelle Studios
Marc Jancou Contemporary
NYU Tisch School of the Arts
Lower East Side Girls Club
Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation
Caribbean Cultural Center of the African Diaspora
Art Futures, Parsons School of Design
Posse Foundation
Ford Foundation
Nathan Cummings Foundation
Perez Art Museum of Miami

 
 

Naiomy Guerrero is a Dominican-American art history scholar and arts equity advocate. She was raised traveling between the Bronx, Washington Heights, and the Dominican Republic. Her research focuses on highlighting contemporary Latinx artists born or long living in the U.S., their contributions to the cannon of U.S. art history and development of the Latinx art market. Her research has been shared by NPR Latino, Artsy, and Teen Vogue. 

Guerrero is the inaugural curatorial fellow of the Pérez Art Museum Miami’s Diversifying Art Museum Leadership Initiative. The two-year fellowship, endowed by the Walton Family Foundation and the Ford Foundation, aims to offer curatorial training to young professionals from historically underrepresented groups in curatorial and museum leadership.