Lindsay Howard is a curator exploring how the Internet is shaping art and culture.
In 2010, she founded the exhibition program at 319 Scholes
, which has since supported twenty group and solo exhibitions featuring over three hundred artists working at the intersection of art and technology.
She recently curated F.A.T. GOLD, a retrospective of F.A.T. Lab's work, which is currently on an international tour.
In October 2013, she curated the first digital art auction at Phillips. Called an "art breakthrough" by WIRED, the auction sold 92% by value and 80% by lot, and was widely discussed in the Wall Street Journal, TIME Magazine, Vanity Fair, The Verge, Forbes, and NPR.
She has produced exhibitions for various institutions both nationally and abroad, including Fe Gallery (Pittsburgh, PA), Eyebeam Art + Technology Center (New York, NY), Internet Week New York (New York, NY), Phillips Auction House (New York, NY), and MU (Eindhoven, NL). From 2012 to 2013, she was the Curatorial Fellow at Eyebeam.