Sarah Dwider ('15 M.A.) is using her studies in art history at one of the most well-known museums in the world -- the Guggenheim Museum.
As curatorial assistant, she will help build a collection for the Guggenheim's new museum in Abu Dhabi. She conducts research on potential acquisitions for the museum's collection, assists in developing exhibitions and does other general curatorial work.
"Working at the Guggenheim is an absolute joy," she says.
"It's a very enriching environment to work in, and I'm continuously learning and reevaluating my understanding of art history as I work."