Rachel Keller is an independent curator and arts educator based in Los Angeles. She holds a BA in Art History from Sarah Lawrence College and a MA in Curatorial Practice and the Public Sphere from USC. Her curatorial practice centers on interdisciplinary dialogue, community engagement, and public participation.
Most recently she co-curated DIRTY TALK: Art / Environment / Action, a group exhibition that explored how art can stimulate public awareness of urgent ecological issues through soil regeneration, re-conceptualizing land use, and activating under-utilized green spaces in Los Angeles.
Additional research interests include: Social Practice, contemporary participatory art, public engagement, radical pedagogy, Dada, and Interwar European Modernism.