Nicole Lattuca is a curator and educator originally from Massachusetts, USA. Lattuca received her M.A. in Exhibition and Museum Studies from the San Francisco Art Institute. Her thesis, Bad Education: Appropriating the Experimental School within Curatorial Practice, addresses the co-opting of the school aesthetic for display purposes during what was termed the “educational turn in curating”. Her research interests include contemporary art and architectural projects, remote art spaces and art residencies, and experimental learning platforms. Lattuca has held professional positions at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Her work has been presented at international conferences on education within the museum field, including Canadian Art Gallery Educators and the International Confederation of Architectural Museums. Throughout her career, Lattuca has curated exhibitions, public programs, and educational initiatives that take the form of discursive practices, participation, and co-design workshops.