Hello! My name is Logan Douglas. Welcome to my Digital Portfolio. I am a senior, studying at Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia. I am an Anthropology/Sociology and Art History major, with a specialization in Global Learning. I hope to enter a career in museum curation, with a focus on the way the art of non-western cultures and ancient are represented. I love to travel, read, cook, visit museums, and do puzzles. I hope that you enjoy exploring my site!
This page consists of pictures and reflections from my travels all around the world. This includes my time spent abroad at Queens University in Belfast, Northern Ireland, as part of the prestigious Irish American Scholars Program, and in New York City as part of a class on art in museums.
This section consists of an overview of my assignments, studies, and research for classes from Agnes Scott. All posts have been organized based on subject and the class they pertain to. They include research papers, documentation of group projects, recordings of presentations, and scans of art projects.
This page details my extracurricular research interests, proposal processes, and final papers, as well as the actual research which I undertook during the process. At the moment, I am focusing on the preparatory work for my Fulbright research, titled “Art, Apartheid and Authority: When Museums and Art Tell Different Stories.” This project focuses on how the institution of apartheid in South Africa impacted museum practices, and how those practices in turn impacted the art community in South Africa.
This section consists of reflections on my professional and volunteer experiences, such as those at The Museum of Contemporary Art in Georgia and HomeGrown Decatur. It also includes a link to my updated resume for your perusal.