Angelique Nagovskaya

Washington, DC

Studying fine art and art history in unison allows me full exposure and in-depth understanding, something that is fundamentally essential for my success at this institution and beyond in my career.

Why did you choose Cornell and AAP?

The opportunity to pursue a concurrent degree is what drew me into AAP and what I truly value at Cornell. The fields of fine art and art history are both very strong passions of mine. Together these disciplines provide pathways for engaging, exploring, and understanding the human condition. Studying these in unison allows me full exposure and in-depth understanding, something that is fundamentally essential for my success at this institution and beyond in my career.

What are your extracurricular interests and how have you incorporated them into your college life?

I am currently the curator and project manager of the B.F.A. spring show, an AAP Ambassador, and Cornell Radio podcast creator and cohost.

What do you hope to accomplish during your time at AAP and after graduation?

Continuing my studies, I hope to acquire my master's in curatorial practice; career-wise, I plan to work within the art world as a curator or art director.