Right after graduating from Furman University with a degree in Studio Arts, Alexa volunteered for Redux. She then moved up to Boston, where she had a long-time communications position with New American Paintings, a premier contemporary painting publication. From there, she moved on to a project management role at an innovation festival in Boston called HUBweek, which is all about the intersection of art, science, and technology. During her time there, she also volunteered at a number of arts institutions, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the Boston Center for the Arts.
After being immersed in the Boston art scene for nine years, it was the perfect time for Alexa to bring her commitment to the arts back to Charleston. And luckily, Redux was still alive! She is excited to bring her experience back home!
Photo by Nickie Stone