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Content Collaborator, Cultbytes As an art advisor, Amy Snyder advises new and seasoned collectors on the acquisition of Contemporary art by both established and emerging artists. A Manhattan native, Amy is a graduate of Amherst College and received her Ph.D. from the Bard Graduate Center. She has held positions at several galleries in addition to Sotheby’s and a leading art advisory firm. Although based in New York, Amy has clients across the United States. l Instagram l Twitter l Website l
Fabiola Einhorn is an Austin-based interaction designer and MFA graduate from Parson's Design & Technology program. A passion for understanding human behavior lead her to pursue a BA in creative advertising strategy at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, which has greatly shaped her research focused work, always considering the cultural and contextual aspects of user centered-design. Her creative practice is led by an intent to explore forgotten or hidden truths about the human condition through conceptual forms of inquiry and design thinking/making. She finds it an exciting time to explore her biggest passions - notions in connected healthcare, affective computing, tangible interactions and wearables. She truly believes that technology needs to be in service of design, and can help the greater good. l Contact l
Anna Mikaela Ekstrand is editor-in-chief and founder of Cultbytes. She mediates art through writing, curating, and lecturing. Her latest books are Assuming Asymmetries: Conversations on Curating Public Art Projects of the 1980s and 1990s and Curating Beyond the Mainstream. Send your inquiries, tips, and pitches to firstname.lastname@example.org.