Noelle King is an artist and art historian currently teaching at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven and at the Newport Art Museum in Newport RI as well as Bunker Hill Community College in Boston MA. She received her MFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York in 2013, a member of the first class in the newly formed Art Practice major. She also received her M.A. from Columbia University where she was a President’s Fellow and a graduate of the International Fellows Program in the School of International and Public Affairs. Noelle worked at the Metropolitan Museum of Art for many years and also at the Mary Griggs Burke Foundation in New York. Her work has appeared in numerous exhibitions in galleries and museums.
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