Abigail Satinsky (MA 2009)

Arts Administration and Policy
Abigail Satinsky


Abigail Satinsky is an arts organizer, curator and writer on socially-engaged art. She is Curator for Exhibitions and Programs at Tufts University Art Galleries.

From 2010 – 2015, Satinsky worked at Threewalls, where she edited PHONEBOOK (a national directory of artist-run spaces and projects), co-founded the Hand-in-Glove conference and co-initiated Common Field, amongst other exhibitions and programs. She was a co-founder of the artist group InCUBATE, which started the international micro-granting network Sunday Soup, and editor of the book, Support Networks, which chronicles socially-engaged art in Chicago over the last 100 years. She was a Fellow at the John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage at Brown University.

Satinsky has been a regular contributor to Bad at Sports podcast and blog and has written for Proximity Magazine, AREA Chicago, Journal of Aesthetics and Protest, The Artist-Run Chicago Digest, and Temporary Services’ Art Work: A National Conversation about Art, Labor and Economics.

Abigail Satinsky received her MA in Arts Administration & Policy in 2009.

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