Our intern Thea Gigli is leaving our gallery. We want to wish Thea all the best in her future. Hopefully she will find a nice position where her qualities in political science and art can find each other!
'Smith Davidson art gallery gave me the chance to learn all the basic teachings necessary to be able to work in this area. I still have to learn a lot, but I can better understand how to behave in this environment. Thanks to Paul Geerlings, the manager of the gallery, who followed me throughout my internship, I learned about not only the artists, but especially about the business that regulates this environment. Before this experience in Amsterdam, with a master's degree in Political Science, I would not have thought to feel such an affinity with this world.'