Specializing in the visual arts, Chelsea Beroza has implemented communications campaigns for a range of national and international cultural institutions.
Since joining Resnicow and Associates in July 2012, Chelsea has worked with encyclopedic and regional art museums, government agencies, and leading cultural organizations to advance appreciation for their mission and public service. Contributing insight into best museum practices as well as the media landscape, Chelsea has partnered with a roster of leading arts institutions, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art; The Frick Collection; the Barnes Foundation; Park Avenue Armory; the Denver Art Museum; the High Museum of Art; The Israel Museum, Jerusalem; Australia Council for the Arts; the National Archives and Records Administration; and the Philadelphia Orchestra.
Major recent projects include strategy and planning for the launch of The Met Breuer; a comprehensive media campaign for the 2015 debut and inaugural exhibition of the Australian Pavilion at the 56th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia; an institutional communications campaign supporting the arts programming and ongoing restoration of Park Avenue Armory; and a collaborative campaign with the National Archives in honor of the Emancipation Proclamation’s 150th anniversary, which was recognized in 2013 by the Public Relations Society of America with their Silver Anvil Award of Excellence.
Prior to joining R+A, Chelsea worked as a research assistant for the exhibition Re-viewing Documentary: The Photographic Life of Louise Rosskam, which premiered at the American University Museum. She was also a recipient of the Coca-Cola Endowed Internship with the National Museum of Women in the Arts, and previously held internships in the communications department at the Corcoran Gallery of Art and Smithsonian American Art Museum.
Chelsea graduated cum laude from James Madison University with degrees in art history and communications. She is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Society, American Alliance of Museums, ArtTable, and the Municipal Arts Society.