Radar Curatorial is dedicated to working with artists, museums, galleries, arts institutions, corporations, and private clients worldwide to help meet their exhibition needs. Through our efforts curating art shows in conventional gallery spaces and alternative settings we have developed a reputation for devotion to supporting emerging and established contemporary artists who ask tough questions and pursue perfection of their work’s vision.


Michele Jaslow is an Independent Art Curator based in Brooklyn, New York. Michele has worked in a wide variety of Galleries and Museums across the country including the Exploratorium, Cranbrook Museum, Museum of Television & Radio, Open Source Gallery, Waterfront Museum, Brooklyn Arts Council Gallery and The Brooklyn Public Library. In addition she has held the position of Gallery Director at BAG Gallery, at Brooklyn Artists Gym, an arts organization she helped found and operate located in the Gowanus area of Brooklyn. Michele holds an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art and a BFA from SUNY Purchase. She studied Interactive Multimedia Technologies at New York University, Drawing at the Arts Students League and Applied Physics at the University of California San Francisco. Michele has served as a Board Member for the arts organizations the Volunteer Coders For The Arts and The BAG Fund and is currently serving on the Board of the Open Source Gallery, barge100,  INSPIREcorps and serves on the American Alliance of Museums Curator’s Committee.