Andrew Wang is a grad student in the art history and library science programs at Indiana University. His area of interest in art history is contemporary art, with a special focus on zines, queer theory, and spatial politics of identity. He has also closely studied Latin American art of the Colonial Era, 20th century European and American art, and Spanish art. As for librarianship, Andrew is interested in pursuing a career as a subject specialist in art and art history, but is also interested in diversity initiatives, outreach and accessibility, comics librarianship, and ethical practices, with a growing interest in digital humanities. He has worked as a server at a restaurant, as a museum security guard, as a photo technician, as a private language tutor, as an art camp assistant, and as an unpaid intern, and is currently a curatorial assistant. Of course this is all on top of an equally long list of library experience. In his free time, Andrew enjoys traveling, starting art projects, and playing with dogs.