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Publication data collection instructions for researchers 2019
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The University of the Arts Helsinki`s library will check the publication data and correct and supplement them if needed. After the library has verified the details, the data, along with the references, will be locked and sent over to the Ministry of Education and Culture. The author of the publication won´t be able to change the data afterwards. If you need to change the data later on, please contact the main user by e-mailing

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O'Neal Lauren

Doctoral Candidate, University of the Arts Helsinki (Kuvataideakatemia)

Additional information : Lauren O’Neal is a doctoral candidate at the University of the Arts Helsinki working at the intersection of installation, choreographic thinking, and curation. She has exhibited her artwork at the Portland Museum of Art, the Theater Academy of Finland, the Housatonic Museum of Art, Boston Center for the Arts, and Purdue University, among others. She has performed in the work of Trisha Brown, Heidi Latsky, and Ryan McNamara, and has been a recipient of grants and residencies from Vermont Studio Center, Artscape Gibraltar Point, the Nelimarkka Museum, and the Somerville Arts Council. O’Neal has presented her work and research at conferences including the Nordic Forum for Dance Research, the College Art Association Annual Conference, Nomadikon, the Southern Humanities Council Conference, and Marist College. She has developed arts and cultural programs for the Federal Reserve Bank, Young Audiences, the Somerville Museum, the Sarah Doyle Gallery at Brown University, and the Dance Complex. Currently, O’Neal is director, curator, and chair of the Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy. In addition, she has taught at institutions including the Massachusetts College of Art + Design, Boston University, and the deCordova Museum. As an arts writer, she has written for Art New England and The Art Guide. O’Neal received her M.FA. from Maine College of Art, an Ed.M. from Harvard University, and an A.B. from Wellesley College.

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