Programs & Events

NJMoCA Art Conversations

Overview & Schedule

SERIES MODERATOR | ALEXANDRA KING

Alexandra King is a multimedia journalist living in New York City, where she is a Producer/Reporter at United Nations Television. King studied English Literature at University College London, becoming News Editor of London Student (Europe’s largest student newspaper) where she was twice shortlisted for the prestigious Guardian student media awards. She worked for BBC London, Sky News and Five News before coming to New York City, where she earned a Masters Degree in Journalism at Columbia University. King helped cover the crisis in Libya, the conflict in Darfur and the humanitarian response to the tsunami in Japan. Since then, she has covered human rights abuses, conflict, women’s issues, international justice, climate change, and humanitarian crises. She has reported from four UN General Assembly Debates; interviewed numerous celebrities like Stevie Wonder, Pharrell Williams and Steve McQueen; and produced and reported from the field in Mozambique, Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Uganda and Ethiopia. Her work has been featured on networks such as CNN International, MTV, NHK and Agence France Presse.

SERIES PARTNER | MONMOUTH UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR THE ARTS

The Monmouth University Center for the Arts oversees the performing, visual, and literary arts in order to collectively promote the vital pursuit of creative thinking and expression. The Center is committed to bringing a diverse, award winning slate of arts programming to the people of New Jersey — and has been honored by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and the Monmouth County Arts Council. The Center has also received awards for its ongoing mission of education, enrichment, and dedication to the community.

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“Secrets of the Contemporary Art World”
Thursday | November 12, 2015 | 7:00 – 8:30pm
Wilson Hall | Monmouth University | West Long Branch, NJ
Cost: Free