Angela Wuttig is an artist, curator and researcher, whose work focuses on the documentation of ideas and ephemera. Her multidisciplinary work is rich in material and metaphor, and has been featured in gallery shows in Cleveland, Boston and Cambridge, MA.

Angela‚Äôs varied professional experiences are in the areas of Higher Education and Museum Management.  She held the position of gallery manager at MOCA Cleveland where she assisted in the installation and maintenance of exhibitions, and has recently exercised her curatorial skills in the organization of a series of retrospective exhibitions of staff and faculty work at Lesley University. In 2010 she completed an internship within the Archives Department at Emerson College, which culminated in the curation of an archival exhibition that documented the history of Ploughshares, a Boston-based literary journal.  During early 2011 Angela completed a research fellowship in cooperation with the Arts Education Partnership, a government agency based in Washington, DC, which focused on the creation of a searchable database which documents and highlights arts education policies and practices. And in late 2011 Angela presented her work at the International Arts in Society Conference which took place at the Berlin-Bradenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften in Berlin, Germany.

Most recently Angela has published her arts-based research studies in both the International Journal of the Arts in Society and in Voke, an online academic journal which focuses on visualized research.

Angela earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Cleveland Institute of Art and completed her Master of Education at Lesley University in Arts, Community and Education.