Born and raised on Long Island, Michael Gaughran's curatorial and artistic research is focused mainly on camp and performativity, with a special interest in the crossroads of appropriation and popular culture.
He holds a BFA in Fine Arts and African American Studies from Adelphi University in Garden City, NY; an MFA from Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; and a graduate certificate in Museum Studies and Art History from Tufts University.
Gaughran has served as the curator for the former McGladrey Gallery at Bentley University, as well as a curatorial fellow at the New Art Center in Newton, MA. Currently, he works as an independent curator, with projects in both New York City and Boston.
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