Contact & Staff
Kelly Jung (Manager)
Kelly Jung is a sophomore from Seoul, Korea majoring in Philosophy and minoring in Chinese. She’s been working at CFG since her freshman year, and her favorite show has been "If I Can't Dance to It, It's Not My Revolution." She especially enjoys preparing new installations and watching the gallery space transform differently for each exhibit – it feel like magic every time! Outside of the gallery, Kelly loves to take long walks alone and to curl up in her favorite armchair reading Joan Didion or skyping her dog back home.
Alicja Kielczewska (Manager)
Alicja Kielczewska (pronounced Ah-leets-ya Kiel-chev-ska) is a senior co-manager at the CFG. She has changed her academic interests several times throughout her time at Haverford, finally deciding on an International Studies major and a Russian minor. Her interests encompass traveling on a tight budget, watching Bollywood movies, googling, exercising, painting, and learning new languages. Her favorite job-related activities include artist talks and observing how gallery visitors interact with the artwork.
Morgan Chien-Hale is a freshman from San Jose, California who is hoping to pursue a degree in either Psychology or Biology here at Haverford. He has been moving around most his life and spent the last four years in Taipei, Taiwan where he graduated from high school. In addition to his interests in the visual arts, Morgan is also a huge film and music aficionado. He plays for the Haverford badminton team and enjoys biking in his free time. He is very excited to be joining the CFG team this year, and hopes to learn a lot more about gallery work!
Marty Garcia is an artist with a penchant for museum studies. Marty is local to the Haverford area, having been raised in the neighboring town of Springfield, Pennsylvania. When not in the gallery, Marty can often be found making work in the sculpture, printmaking, or photography studio; dancing and singing to their favorite tunes; or cuddling with their loved ones. Feel free to engage Marty in theoretical discussion regarding the current exhibit at the CFG; they gladly welcome an exchange of ideas!
Evan Philippe Hamilton is a sophomore History and Computer Science double major from Los Angeles, California. He’s been interested in art since a young age having grown up in a city inundated with beautiful museums, galleries, and other day-to-day art spaces. Outside of the gallery, Evan runs on Haverford’s cross country and track teams.
Courtney Lau is a sophomore from Providence, Rhode Island. She is a tentative History of Art major and Economics minor. This past summer Courtney interned at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and spent several hours getting lost in its galleries. Her favorite artists are Cindy Sherman and Louise Bourgeois. In addition to working at CFG, she is also one of the Overnight Host Coordinators in the Admissions Office and a member of the James House Board. During her free time, she can be found at Wooden Shoe Books in Philadelphia or dancing to Patti Smith in her living room.
Hailing from Cambridge, MA, Mia Rybeck is a Sophomore considering a major in Anthropology and a double-minor in Fine Arts and Education. As a fairly aggressive doodler with pretty terrible penmanship, Mia takes pleasure in crafting messy, but informative notes in her classes here at Haverford. Outside of the gallery, Mia enjoys sketching instead of getting an early start on her readings, walking around the nature trail, and eating mint chocolate chip ice cream (though not always in that order). During her high school days back in the Boston area, Mia worked as part of the Teen Arts Council of the Museum of Fine Arts and as a studio assistant at Muckykids Art Studio, a drop-in studio for children. After spending a bit of time around art with teens and babies, Mia's excited to see the different ways in which the community here at Haverford interacts with art at the CFG!
Sofia Tieze is a sophomore from Denver, Colorado. She plans on completing a Biology major and a Neuroscience minor. She is a sabreuse on Haverford's fencing team and is also a cooking, thrift shopping, mountain-climbing, and movie-watching enthusiast. Sofia considers herself a fun-loving and caring individual, and she enjoys long walks on the beach. Working at the CFG is a wonderful change for her science-weary brain, and she is excited to continue learning about the art world.
Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery
Whitehead Campus Center
370 Lancaster Avenue
Haverford, PA 19041-1392