Olivia Ives-Flores is an artist, curator, and designer—living and creating in Boston. She keeps busy as the founder of Oh Olive Creative—a boutique consultancy specializing in storytelling, art experiences, and design. Ives-Flores specialize in designing visual narratives, exhibition curation, and art experiences that bring people together in the physical and digital world. She graduated from Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston with an emphasis in fine arts, art history, and entrepreneurship.
What a delight and sincere honor to participate with the Museum in new ways and back in Mrs. Gardner's legacy!
— Olivia Ives-Flores
During her time as a Luminary, Ives-Flores participated as a Polly Thayer Starr Guest Artist for a three month mini residency in the Bertucci Education Studio. She created a collaborative two-part installation prompting guests to explore the Museum collection and the "eco-system" of the art world through a new lens. Ives-Flores also worked alongside William and Lia Poorvu Curator of the Collection Christina Nielson on a custom digital hashtag mosaic re-creating John Singer Sargent’s 1888 portrait of Isabella for the Henry James and American Painting exhibition.
Follow her on Instagram @oholivecreative.