Ariella Wolens is a curator and writer based in New York and Savannah, Georgia. She serves as an Assistant Curator at the SCAD Museum of Art. She received her BA in Art History from University College London and a Master’s from Columbia University in Curating and Criticism of Modern Art.

In 2012, she founded New End Art Foundation, a community interest company in the UK that focused on nurturing artists transitioning from education into their independent practice.

Curatorial projects include “Christina Forrer: Feet of the Devil”, “Frederick Douglass: Embers of Freedom” (SCAD Museum of Art), “Malcah Zeldis: Shared Dreams” (Fort Gansevoort), “The Written Trace” (Paul Kasmin Gallery) and “Bloody English” (Morán Morán.) Her writings have been featured in Art in America, Flash Art, Elephant, Gagosian Quarterly and Spike, among other publications. She is a member of Independent Curators International.