Andrew Cappetta is a doctoral candidate in the department of Art History at The Graduate Center, CUNY, studying 20th century and contemporary art with a focus on intersections between sound and the visual arts. His dissertation, “Pop/Art: The Birth of Underground Music and the British Art School, 1960-1980,” connects the development of British underground music to pedagogical experiments occurring both within and outside of the art school. From 2013-2014, he was a Museum Research Consortium Fellow at the Museum of Modern Art in the Department of Prints and Drawings, researching and writing about the museum’s recently acquired Seth Siegelaub collection and archive. He is currently a Research Assistant at the Albright Knox Gallery, working on an upcoming exhibition of recent acquisitions from the Panza Collection. He has organized events around themes of sound and visual art, including the conference “The Status of Sound: Writing Histories of Sonic Art,” and has presented his research at the College Art Association 103rd Annual Conference, New York; Institut National d’Histoire de L’Art, Paris; “Functional Sounds: The 1st International ESSA Conference” at Humboldt University, Berlin; and The Courtauld Institute, London. He has taught courses in art history at Hunter College, City College of New York, Parsons the New School for Design, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Museum of Modern Art, and his writings about art, music and education have appeared in Art & Education, The Brooklyn Rail, PAJ and Sound Effects (forthcoming).