Jennifer Garratt graduated from UCLA in 2006 with a B.A. in Art History and History; she completed her Master’s degree in Art and Curatorial Practice at USC in 2010. Her thesis work examined the role of participatory artistic practices as temporary interventions that question the inherent social conditions experienced within social, public spaces such as museums or institutions. Prior to joining P.S. ARTS, Jennifer worked in Development at the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture and most recently at the Fowler Museum. Jennifer is currently working with the UCLA Visual and Performing Arts Education program to develop workshops that will foster collaboration and dialogue between organizations dedicated to providing arts education to K-12 students. She is also a contributor to the online art magazine Burnaway.