Archivist 2012 - present

Jeremy Grubman manages archival and special collections projects for ACT. ACT’s collections document MIT’s history of collaborative experimentations between artists and scientists working with emerging technologies. After receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Music from Skidmore College in 2006, he attended Simmons College’s Graduate School of Library and Information Science, graduating in January 2009. Grubman managed the MIT Libraries’ Charles J. Connick Stained Glass Foundation Collection from 2009-2012 and was the guest curator for the 2012 Maihaugen Gallery exhibition, “Glass at MIT: Beauty and Utility.” He has consulted in the private and academic sectors in project and knowledge management, information architecture, and software solutions for information science needs. His current focus is to connect ACT’s collections to new models for presenting visual collections in web-based digital repositories.

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