Natalie Fulgencio-Turner

Interpretive Specialist, Storycraft Lab

Natalie Fulgencio-Turner, Interpretive Specialist

Natalie Fulgencio-Turner has curated, developed, designed, and managed a variety of multi-cultural and multi-lingual exhibitions and experiences. Some of her curatorial work can be found at the museum of Art and Design at Miami-Dade College, where she worked with Cuban artists in exile; the Frost Art Museum at Florida International University, with a look at self-taught artists in Jamaica; and the Banneker-Douglass Museum in Annapolis, connecting the historical and contemporary narratives of the African-Diaspora through mixed media art.

Natalie’s practice has proceeded with a focus on sustainable partnerships and convivial experiences as can be seen in her exhibit design projects with the International Monetary Fund, community galleries of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, collaborations with local artists at the Arlington Arts Center, and atypical locations in the DC metro area through the Black Market Art initiative.