Olivia Land

Olivia Land
Olivia Land is a contributing writer based in New York City. Currently finishing a BA in Art History at Barnard College, Olivia recently served as a contributor and editor at Make Muse, where she wrote about visual culture and contemporary social politics. She also has a diverse background in the fine art world, including a past role as Director of Curriculum for Meet Me at the Museum, a non-profit providing tours of the Metropolitan Museum of Art to public school students. When not museum hopping or writing, she can probably be found reading, running, or doing crosswords.

What Happened When a Hollywood Star Stole a Tlingit Native American Totem Pole

  The Tlingit (pronounced klink-it) have lived in southeastern Alaska for over ten thousand years and their territory expanded further down the west coast of...

Women Of Art: 5 Patrons Who Shaped History

  It is no secret that some of the world’s greatest art patrons have been women. Today, some of their names can be seen on...

Camille Claudel: An Unrivaled Sculptor

  Reflecting on her life as a sculptor at the turn of the century, Camille Claudel lamented “What was the point of working so hard...