Television debut

Working in the Media Relations department at the MCA afforded me many wonderful opportunities. I was able to engage with a-list artists, international curators, and build meaningful relationships with the museum’s top notch staff. My favorite perk; however, materialized when working with television crews to produce coverage of an exhibition.

Check me out “starring” alongside the Museum’s art work on Chicago Tonight.
The segment also features an interview with the curatorial world’s Tom Hanks, Mr. Michael Darling discussing his exhibition The Language of Less, Then and Now. It also includes a glimpse inside the Art Institute of Chicago’s Light Years: Conceptual Art and the Photograph 1964-1977. 

View Frankie Rosas’ Four Facts about Light Years.