Yangxingyue (Rita) Wang is a master candidate in the Visual Arts Administration Program at New York University. She received a B.A. in Art History and Art Administration from Renmin University of China.When she was in China, she interned at the Public Education Department of the National Art Museum of China, where she conducted research, coordinated educational events, and developed interpretative materials. In 2015 summer, she interned at the FLAG Art Foundation in New York and Freer and Sackler Galleries in Washington. D.C., with a focus on development for the visual arts. During her internships, she drafted grant letters of inquiry for upcoming exhibitions, conducted prospect research, and developed a proposal that aims to improve the museum's internship program. Her areas of interests include premodern Chinese art history, curatorial practice, new media art, and virtual museums online. She hopes to dive deeper into how the career paths of individual artists are affected by their relationships with arts institutions, academics, researchers, private funders, and policy makers.