Auriel's specialties include didactic texts for exhibitions, primarily wall labels, brochures, and resources for teachers, students, and families. She's also written extensively for the web, including promotional texts for email marketing campaigns, blogs, press releases, and social media. Auriel has also written articles and managed editing and production for print publications.
In her spare time, Auriel loves to read a good book, cook a delicious meal, visit as many museums and galleries as possible, and hit the trails with her husband, Schuyler, and their dog, Ripley.
Auriel has over eight years of experience producing copy for cultural non-profits, including museums and galleries. This work includes educational texts for exhibitions, primarily wall labels, brochures, and resources for teachers, students, and families. Additionally, she's written extensively for the web, including promotional texts for email marketing campaigns, blogs, press releases, and social media related to the non-profit industry.
Auriel has written articles for various print and web publications reporting on contemporary artists, local exhibitions, and
their community impact. She enjoys helping audiences stay abreast of cultural happenings, oftentimes introducing them to new, exciting, and sometimes challenging ideas in the world of arts and entertainment. Her goal is to encourage readers to get out and investigate the cultural goings-on in their creative communities. Auriel's writings have appeared in PATRON magazine, Fort Worth Weekly, and the Dallas Morning News.
Auriel has managed production, editing, and written entries for various print publications. She is a co-author of the museum publications Dallas Museum of Art: A Guide to the Collection, Telling Tales: Contemporary Narrative Photography, and Raul Gonzalez: Doing Work. She has also provided research and organizational support for an additional six print publications to date. The breadth of her work addresses contemporary artists, exhibitions, and museum collections with an expressed goal of making challenging topics more digestible, friendly, and approachable to a variety of audiences.
Auriel has edited and written many press releases primarily reporting on arts and culture events and exhibitions. These materials have circulated locally and nationally in multiple news outlets. Auriel enjoys writing concise and exciting texts that turn passive readers into repeat and first-time customers for local businesses, galleries, and museums.
Auriel has written a variety of articles for daily newspapers and
monthly magazines, primarily reporting on contemporary artists, museum exhibitions, and local cultural events and happenings. Her writings have appeared in PATRON magazine, Fort Worth Weekly, FD Luxe, Tanglewood Moms/Madeworthy Magazine, and the Dallas Morning News. She enjoys introducing audiences to creative people, new ideas, and experiences emerging in the arts and entertainment industries. She hopes readers learn something new from her writings and feel inspired to continue investigating the cultural goings-on in their communities.
Auriel has produced a variety of brochures for museums and galleries. With these materials, she aims to help visitors feel more confident while exploring permanent collections and temporary exhibitions. With each introduction and guided experience, she hopes visitors learn something new and have a little more fun than they anticipated. Her brochures have served a variety of target audiences, including families, teens, adult educators, and general audiences. These materials have appeared in print and on the web, including downloadable mobile applications.
Auriel has researched and interviewed many leading figures in the arts and culture community, including artists, gallerists, curators, and collectors. Her writings offer readers an exciting inside look at the work of movers and shakers in the arts and entertainment industry, revealing their unique personalities, creative motivations, and life stories. Auriel has written profiles and prepared interviews for various print and web publications. She is an expert interviewer and transcriptionist able to glean and thoughtfully present only the most fascinating nuggets from her research and conversations with industry leaders.
Auriel has written various blog posts reporting on contemporary artists, museum collections, exhibitions, and other cultural events. These short and long-form articles have appeared on the Dallas Museum of Art's Uncrated Blog, the Tanglewood Moms/Madeworthy Magazine Blog, as well as multiple entries reporting on her experience working for the Bass Museum of Art. Auriel is excited to offer readers a behind-the-scenes look at the lives of creative people, cultural events, and happenings in their communities.