Allison Carey is a Master’s candidate at the Institute of Fine Arts, focusing on modern and contemporary art. She is broadly interested in the methods through which art and museums can illuminate repeatedly omitted historic narratives, especially in the context of movements for equality in America over the last half century. Allison previously studied art history at Dartmouth College, where she spent her senior year curating her own exhibition, “When Art Interests History,” at the college’s Hood Museum of Art. She has additionally held positions at a breadth of institutions including the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Walther Collection, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Allison currently works as a research assistant for Acquavella Galleries.