Adjunct Assistant Professor
Alex Goldberg is a Brooklyn based artist, educator, and healing arts practitioner. Her practice and pedagogy are rooted in the development and exploration of methods that facilitate awareness of patterns in relation to self, other, and environment.
Alex is a Visiting Adjunct Professor of Interior Design and Interdisciplinary Studies at Pratt Institute. She has also taught at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Parsons School of Design, and Village Community School. In 2021, she was awarded the State of the Disciplines Fellowship grant at Pratt to further develop her research on utilizing creativity to dissolve mental constructs in the pursuit of living a more present existence.
Alex has been awarded the opportunity to participate in numerous residencies across the world. Programs such as Textile Arts Center, Harvestworks, Slow Research Lab, Succurro, and The Swimming Hole have given her the opportunity to further explore processes for utilizing embodied knowledge as a method for processing human experience and connecting with the natural world.
In her work, Alex is driven to translate intangible information into visuals; the invisible becomes visible, and through this process visibility serves as a catalyst for change.
M.S. in Interior Design – Pratt Institute
B.A. in Art History – Boston University