Petrushka Bazin is an independent curator and arts administrator committed to finding new ways of making art more accessible. As Program Manager of The Laundromat Project, she works closely with the organization's teaching artists and public artists in residence to present engaging art programs in unconventional spaces throughout the Greater New York Area. Bazin is currently curating 'The Newark School' at City Without Walls in Newark, NJ and 'Shame the Devil' at The Kitchen in New York, and recently curated the 2010 edition of 'Art in Odd Places,' a New York-based annual public art and performance festival which took place on the length of 14th Street. Her past curatorial projects include 'Self-Storage,' an exhibition turned special collections library sited in a San Francisco storage unit and artists Miranda July and Harrell Fletcher's first European exhibition of their participation based website 'Learning to Love You More.' She received her MA in Curatorial Practice from California College of the Arts, BFA in Photography and Imaging from NYU - Tisch School of the Arts, and was the 2009-2010 Curatorial Fellow at The Kitchen, a New York-based non-profit experimental performance space.