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Marin Sarvé-Tarr ’08

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Marin Sarvé-Tarr is currently an assistant curator of painting and sculpture at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

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Chloe Bazlen ’18

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My interest in feminist theory, undoubtedly fostered at Scripps, led me to focus on feminist art history. I am passionate about uncovering archival research on women artists and rediscovering their forgotten lives.

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Alexandra (Ali) Bush ’19

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My decision to focus on fashion history has proven to be an invaluable step in my career because the study of fashion allows me to explore all the mediums I have always loved: film, photography, magazines, and even vintage album covers.

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Sophie Forman ’13

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I couldn’t have gotten to where I am now without my Scripps education, which taught me to think critically and pushed me beyond just “what does it look like.”

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Josephine Ren ’19

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“Scripps’ art conservation major is unique and interdisciplinary, and I highly recommend it to anyone interested in the intersection of art, science, and cultural heritage.”

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Katie Shulman ’15

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Katie Shulman ’15 is passionate about conservation outreach and engaging and inspiring students through museum and community programs. “Please reach out if you’re interested in pursuing conservation!”

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Madeline Helland ’18

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Madeline Helland ’18 describes how the courses at Scripps in book arts and conservation, along with internships at Scripps and outside the College, assisted her in obtaining her current position.

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Linda Lewis Kramer ’59

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Linda Lewis Kramer describes her long career in the visual arts after studies at Scripps College and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

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Taylor Carr-Howard ’17

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Taylor discusses the value of the freedom Scripps gave her to pursue her interests, and how her experience at the Williamson opened doors for her in the arts.

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Susie Ferrell ’15

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Building on her Scripps studies and internships, Susie has gone on to earn a masters at the Courtauld and a curatorial position at LACMA.

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