Jennifer Moreno is a native San Diegan with a passion for the growth of its diverse art scene. As an Undergraduate in Art History/Criticism and a Minor in Critical Gender Studies from UCSD, she has strong interests in the Curatorial field of Museums and Galleries. With a Certificate in Museum Studies/Gallery Exhibition Skills from San Diego Mesa College, she has gained critical experience in curating her first group exhibition alongside peers, Imaginarium: A Voyage Into Creativity at the San Diego Art Institute featuring May-Ling Martinez, Wendell M. Kling, and Katherine Brannock. Through the Certificate Program, she soon secured an internship with David White at Agitprop in North Park and assisted in projects such as: There Goes the Neighborhood at Agitprop, Could _____ Be a Museum? at the New Children’s Museum, the Summer Salon Series at the San Diego Museum of Art, and We’re All In This Together For Ourselves at Agitprop featuring Louis M. Schmidt.
In the summer of 2010, Jennifer Moreno began a position at the New Children’s Museum in Downtown San Diego as a Museum Guide and joined the University Art Gallery at UCSD as the Gallery Assistant Coordinator.
Archive Fever: Poetry, Performance, and Dance is the first major curatorial project for Jennifer Moreno in 2011. She plans on applying to California College of the Arts in San Francisco for an MA in Curatorial Practice/ Visual and Critical Studies Program.