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Elizabeth faces the camera with a slight smile. Elizabetg wears dark framed round glasses and a leopard print shirt under a black jacket

Elizabeth Larison


As Director of NCAC’s Arts & Culture Advocacy Program, Elizabeth Larison leads initiatives in advising and educating artists, writers, playwrights, as well as curators and other cultural intermediaries, in how to address the presentation of controversial works. Elizabeth is also an active member of Don’t Delete Art, a collaboration between free speech organizations and activists working to defend the freedom of artistic expression online. With academic degrees in Human Rights (BA) and Curatorial Studies (MA), and over fourteen years of working with and in support of artists and curators, Elizabeth brings a depth of understanding to the fundamental importance of defending artistic expression. Prior to joining NCAC, Elizabeth worked in curatorial, programmatic, and directorial capacities for arts organizations and venues such as Flux Factory, the Park Avenue Armory, the Vera List Center for Art and Politics, and apexart.

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