Contact & Staff
Graham is thrilled to be one of the Co-Managers of the CFG. He is a junior economics major from Eugene, Oregon who is interested in behavioral economics. When not working in the gallery, he can be found working sound through BLAST, working in a theater, or spending time with his hall as a UCA. He cannot wait to see this year’s shows come together.
Eleni is a senior majoring in International Studies and Spanish and minoring in Health Studies. She currently lives in Bethesda, Maryland. Growing up, Eleni lived in Peru, England, Belgium, and Mexico, and has enjoyed exploring museums and being exposed to new art in each country. Outside of the gallery, she enjoys doing ballet, taking naps, drinking tea, and getting involved in too many things on campus. She is thrilled to be back working at the gallery this year.
Wahab is a first year from Chicago who plans to major in Comparative Literature with a minor in Creative Writing. They love literature and hope to pursue storytelling as a means of collective, spiritual healing. Back home, Wahab enjoys spending time with their sister, cousins, and two cats Agatha and Luna, all of whom they miss desperately. They are really interested in the various mediums of expression, whether through words or the visual, which is what brought them to the gallery. They hope to see you there!
Hilda is from Miami, Florida and a first year at Haverford College! Although she doesn’t know exactly what she wants to major in yet, she is interested in humanities and Spanish. She is looking forward to working at the gallery this year and hopes to be able to participate in some cool projects. Hilda enjoys Cuban food and petting dogs.
Bonnie McKelvie is a sophomore from Washington, DC planning to major in Fine Arts and History. On campus Bonnie is a writing tutor at Haverford's Writing Center, a Peer Awareness Facilitator, a PreCustom's hiking trip leader, and a Coop barista. They are also involved with student groups on campus like Rethink Incarceration, the Debate Team, and the figure drawing group. In their free time, Bonnie paints, makes comics, writes, reads, and listens to music. As always, Bonnie is excited to get involved in a socially-motivated art space on campus, and hopes to help the gallery become more integrated into student life.
Lillian Murtonen is an undeclared first year who's super excited about working at the gallery this year! She is from Pasadena, California and misses fish tacos dearly. In her free time, she enjoys painting, working with children, and filmmaking. She's considering a film minor, with her favorite of all time being Moonlight (2016). She hopes to learn more about the nebulous functions of the 'art world' and exhibition work!
Nana is Puerto Rican, the youngest of three sisters, and perhaps most insightful, she is also dog-obsessed. She is a History of Art senior focusing on Museum Studies. For her thesis research, she hopes to learn more about visitor programs related to historic houses. In addition to working at the gallery, Nana is a member of the Barnes Foundation's Student Outreach Council and is also Co-Editor-in-Chief for Margin Magazine, an alternative-arts publication on campus. Nana enjoys boxing, food, watching movies, visiting new places, and face-timing her family.
Ken is a current junior from Nakuru, Kenya who is a Computer Science major. Other than working at the gallery, Ken does sound engineering and light at BLAST on many on campus events. In his free time, Ken enjoys going to the movies, biking around campus, jamming to very loud music with his friends and exploring the Philly. Ken is excited to continue working at the gallery and taking on new challenges while learning more about exhibitions!