Bryn Fulmer is an avid traveler, learner, and dedicated member of the arts community. Beginning her journey as a fine arts student, she earned a BFA in fibers, creating installations to evoke emotions, memories, and universal narratives.
A travel grant enabled her to travel around the world and eventually led her to Thailand where she was a Peace Corps Volunteer. Upon returning home, Bryn held a position at the Japanese House and Garden as administrative assistant under the Executive Director and Director of Education. In this role she conducted extensive research for the development of a new educational theater arts program on Kamishibai. In addition, she researched and produced a promotional events package to augment the events marketing campaign. Bryn spent the summer at the Baltimore Museum of Art as their von Hess intern in the Marketing and PR department. Bryn was charged with the task of researching and developing strategies to expand BMA’s presence with virtual audiences. She has also held positions at the Fabric Workshop and Museum, the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, the Please Touch Museum, and the Ryerss Museum and Library.
Bryn is currently earning her Masters in Museum Communication, and is writing her thesis on the disparate theoretical constructs underlining the understanding of Eastern and Western art with regard to exhibitions of Chinese art in America.