Georgia KrantzAdjunct, Class of
|Courses Taught:||Conceptual Art|
In Short: Recurring Concepts in Art
The User of Assistive Tech
Georgia Krantz works at the intersection of art history, education and accessibility. She has taught art history at Pratt and the New School and currently teaches at ITP and Poly. An educator at MoMA, she has taught at many other museums including the Whitney, the Guggenheim and the International Center of Photography. She is the former Senior Education Manager for Adult and Access Programs at the Guggenheim Museum where she developed programming and initiatives for people with disabilities. Within the accessibility field, she specializes in teaching people who are blind or have low vision about art. > Georgia Krantz works full-time as Education Manager for Adult Interpretive Programs at the Guggenheim Museum. An art historian with a focus on 20th-century art, she has extensive university and museum teaching experience. Currently an educator at the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim, she has also worked as an educator at PS1, the International Center of Photography, the Morgan Library, the Rubin Museum of Himalayan Art and the Museum of Natural History. She has also taught courses at the New School, Pratt and Kean University. She has an MA in Art History, completed coursework and exams for two Ph.D programs in Art History, wrote half her dissertation and then abandoned it. In March 2008, Georgia launched Mind’s Eye, a program at the Guggenheim for partially sighted, blind and deaf visitors.