Daisy Nam

Cambridge, MA

Based between Cambridge, MA and New York City, NY Daisy Nam is an independent curator and programmer. Her areas of focus and research include feminist practices across mediums of performance, film/video, sculpture and installation. With over 15 years of experience in arts institutions, she was most recently the assistant director at the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University from 2015–19 organizing exhibitions, public programs and publications. Previously, she was the assistant director of public programs at the School of the Arts, Columbia University curating and producing talks, screenings, performances, workshops, working closely with artists to engage with the campus community and the public at large. At the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, she worked on fundraising initiatives that supported the museum’s collection, exhibition and educational programs. She holds a master's degree in Curatorial and Critical Studies from Columbia University and a bachelor's degree in Art History and Cinema Studies from New York University.