Alicia Le'Von Boone
Associate Curator, Public Programs
Alicia Le’Von Boone joined us in 2009 as Programs Coordinator and was appointed Associate Curator, Public Programs in 2016. As a community-oriented strategist, she curates and produces a range of programs, including such series as Target First Saturdays and Brooklyn Talks, and partners with organizations from Everyday People to the Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra. While at the Museum, Alicia has collaborated with artists and scholars to organize more than 1,000 public programs drawing diverse audiences. These include An Evening with Alice Walker; Brooklyn Talks: Madonna X Marilyn Minter; Question Bridge: Black Males Roundtable; the release of Decoded by Jay-Z—with a live taping of his interview with Charlie Rose; Art Off the Wall: Swizz Beatz X FAILE; In Conversation: Spike Lee, Kehinde Wiley, and Tatyana Fazlalizadeh; and a live interactive music and art installation entitled Art Off the Wall: Swoon's "Submerged Collaborations."
Alicia holds a bachelor of science in Business and Marketing from Edinboro University, and a Masters of Professional Studies in Arts and Cultural Management from Pratt Institute. She serves on the board of directors for the Emerging Leaders of New York Arts, where she and the team host an annual fellowship program.