Photography student Grace Clark was selected to participate this summer in an undergraduate internship at the renowned George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film in Rochester, N.Y.

For the past year, Clark, a BFA student in studio art and photography with a minor in art history, has worked to establish an archive management role working with the MSUM art collection. Clark has organized, cataloged, and established provenance for over 100 pieces of artwork acquired by the university over that last 50 years.

This, along with other personal interests in collecting photographic history, inspired Grace to apply for the internship. With an enormously vast collection of photographic history to care for, the Museum has chosen Clark to assist in the organization of the Colorama archive for the course of her internship. For more information on the Museum’s Colorama collection and the work Grace will be assisting in, please visit the Eastman House website.