Public Art Project Manager at Sound Transit
Lucile Chich is a curator and public arts administrator based in Seattle, WA. After relocating to the US from Europe, where she earned a Master's degree in American Literature from Universite Lyon 2 (France) and a MPhil in comparative literature from Trinity College, Dublin (Ireland), Lucile Chich pursued a certificate in Museum Studies from UW, Seattle, and has been working in the arts ever since. She has curated exhibitions at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Arts, and Bellevue Arts Museum, where she became the Assistant Curator in 2017. In 2020, she fulfilled a life-long aspiration to put her work to the service of the public at large, by joining the public arts field, serving as a Project Manager for the Art Program at Sound Transit (STart). Lucile Chich is on the ArtsWA (Washington State Arts Commission) curator roster.
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