Monica Bravo ’09, was recently appointed to a tenure-track position as Assistant Professor of the History and Theory of Photographic Media at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco.
Bravo completed her Masters in Stony Brook’s Graduate Program in Art History & Criticism with a graduate certificate in Art & Philosophy. She completed her MA thesis under the direction of Andrew Uroskie on the philosophical aesthetics of Chris Marker’s photographic practice. She subsequently completed a doctorate in Art History at Brown, and served as a Lecturer at Yale before joining CCA in 2018. Bravo will be chairing the panel “Making/Writing Artists’ Lives” at the 2019 College Art Association Conference in NYC, to explore contemporary artists whose practice involves the creation of fictional personas.