Allison Glenn is an art historian, curator, and writer that is interested in furthering access and equity through the cultivation of inclusive art histories. She has curated exhibitions at Monique Meloche Gallery, the Arts Incubator in Washington Park, and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and supported exhibitions at the Hammer Museum and the Hyde Park Art Center. In 2015, Glenn was a Curatorial Fellow with the City of Chicago’s Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events and named to the “Art 50: Chicago’s Visual Vanguard” list for significant contributions to the development of arts and culture in Chicago. From 2013-2014 she was the inaugural Program Manager for the Arts Incubator in Washington Park at the University of Chicago, where she developed the exhibitions, visiting artist, and artist residency programs, and a Research Fellow for Theaster Gates in 2013. Glenn sits on the Membership Committee for the Arts Club of Chicago. Her writing has been featured in exhibition publications such as Noah Purifoy: Junk Dada, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (2015); Prospect 3: Notes for Now, Prospect New Orleans Biennial (2014); Fore, The Studio Museum in Harlem (2012), and she has contributed to Art21 and Newcity, amongst others. Glenn received a Bachelor of Fine Art Photography with a co-Major in Urban Studies from Wayne State University and dual Masters degrees in Modern Art History, Theory and Criticism and Arts Administration and Policy from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.