Thursday, December 12, 2019 - 6:00pm to 8:30pm
Edward Cella Art + Architecture

What are the next steps you want to take in your career? Join the conversation with a diverse panel of Ryman Arts Alumni and learn about the paths they paved to find success in their careers.


Lucia Fabio (Ryman ’03)

Independent Curator and Director, The Homer Project

Nicole Budrovich (Ryman ‘06)

Curatorial Assistant, J. Paul Getty Museum

David De Boer (Ryman ‘98)

Director and Curator, Edward Cella Art + Architecture



Veronica Mora (Ryman ‘14)

Alumni Fellow, Ryman Arts


Reconnect and network with fellow Ryman Arts Alumni

Enjoy light food, beverages, wine and beer

This is a 21 and over event


Edward Cella Art + Architecture
2754 S. La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90034


Free parking is available on La Cienega Blvd. from 6pm


RSVP TODAY to Veronica at or call (213) 629-2787


David De Boer is the Director and Curator at Edward Cella Art & Architecture, a gallery that places an emphasis on the mutually informing disciplines of art, architecture, and design. He studied painting at SUNY Purchase, NY and received a BA in Studio Art from Empire State College, NY. He received an MFA in Painting from the School of Art at California State University, Long Beach where he also completed a Masters in Museum and Curatorial Studies. In addition to the dozens of exhibitions he has curated at Edward Cella Art & Architecture, he has produced exhibitions for the University Art Museum at California State University, Long Beach; Contemporary Art Museum Houston, TX; FELT Space, Adelaide, Australia; Raid Projects, Los Angeles, CA; and Florida Mining Gallery, Jacksonville, FL; West Los Angeles College, Torrance Art Museum, and Cerritos College Art Gallery.


Lucia Fabio is an independent curator living in Los Angeles. She has an MA from the University of Southern California in the Art and Curatorial Practices in the Public Sphere program and a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She ran mini dutch, an apartment gallery in Chicago, which showed works in progress and site-specific installations. She has continued to invite artists into her home by creating The Homer Project, a domestic exhibition space in her 1910 bungalow where installations focus on a particular aspect of the property and are displayed for an extended period of time. The first exhibition was Fleurette West: Master Bathroom, and current artist Justin Lowman has a multi-year project titled Windows. She co-curated FUCK! Loss, Desire, Pleasure (2016) at ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives and presented Crickets (2017), a solo exhibition of works by Aitor Lajarin at Heritage Square Museum. Her writing has included contribution to Suzanne Lacy’s retrospective exhibition catalogue, We Are Here. Fabio is working on a retrospective of Alison Knowles, the last living core member of Fluxus, that will tour the United States and Europe.


Nicole Budrovich is a Curatorial Assistant in the Antiquities Department at the J. Paul Getty Museum. She received her BA in Classics from UC Berkeley and MA in Art History from UC Davis, where her research focused on domestic decoration and the reception of Roman literature in the western provinces. At the Getty, she has worked on the Antiquities Provenance Project, which aims to make the ownership history of every object in the Antiquities collection available online. She contributed to the Getty catalog Roman Mosaics in the J. Paul Getty Museum (2016), which was published in conjunction an exhibition on Roman mosaics (March 2016 - January 2018). She has also written articles on provenance discoveries for the Getty blog, The Iris, and recently authored an article on digital archives research for Collecting and Provenance: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach (2019).




Veronica Mora is the 2019 Ryman Arts Alumni Fellow. She is committed to the arts, having served on the Davis Museum Student Advisory Committee which was followed by a curatorial internship at the Davis Museum at Wellesley College. She graduated from Ryman Arts in 2014, and earned her BA in Art History with a minor in Women’s and Gender Studies from Wellesley College in 2018.