Ester Ippolito Harrison

Ester Ippolito

Ester Ippolito Harrison

Bachelor of Arts 2007
Membership Database Coordinator

Degrees:
2012 MPhil in History and Philosophy of Art
University of Kent at Canterbury
2007 BA of Arts/Art History
University of Dallas, Irving, TX

Contact Information:
eippolito@nashersculpturecenter.org
ester.ippolito@gmail.com

 

I work in the Development Department and help with fundraising, member support, and general admissions requests by members at the Nasher Sculpture Center. I just received my research MPhil. from the University of Kent by completing my thesis titled "Re-Imaging the Family: Examining Representations of 1980s Domesticity in the Neo-Expressionist paintings of Rainer Fetting, Eric Fischl, Robert Colescott, and Ida Applebroog" and I am working on editing the work to be published.

News

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