Adam Levine

Teaches at General Assembly

Adam Levine is the Collections Management Assistant in the Greek & Roman Department at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Prior to joining the Metropolitan, Adam held a Rhodes Scholarship at the University of Oxford, where he received an MSt in the History of Art and Visual Culture; he will received his DPhil in 2012. While at Oxford, Adam co-founded and served as CEO of Art Research Technologies, a company that algorithmically values artwork. Adam graduated from Dartmouth with degrees in Art History, Anthropology, and Applied Mathematics.

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