M.M., New England Conservatory
B.M., Syracuse University
Curriculum Vitae (pdf)
Emily Corbató has had work at The Art Institute of Boston, Jewish University of America (CA), Hebrew College (MA), Women’s Museum (Dallas), Woman Made Gallery (Chicago), Davis-Orton Gallery (Hudson, NY) as well as solo exhibits at Rubin-Frankel Gallery/Boston University, Bromfield Gallery, Newton Free Library (MA), Great Neck Art Center (NY), Dean’s Gallery (MIT), Curry, Emmanuel, Merrimack and Providence Colleges, Boston and Brandeis Universities, Boston Public Library, Photographic Resource, Center, Cambridge Art Association and Dean’s Gallery (MIT). She was Featured Artist for New Gallery Concert Series (Boston) and had a visiting artist residency and exhibit at New England Conservatory. She was in “New England/New Talent” at Fitchburg Art Museum (MA) as well as published in Art New England. Her photographs are in the collections of MIT, Computer History (CA), Fitchburg Art Museum, Yivo Archives (NY), Merrimack College, Brandeis and Boston Universities.
Corbató holds a bachelor’s degree in music (Syracuse) and master’s degree in music (New England Conservatory) and performed extensively as a pianist before photography captured her heart and took her artistic spirit in a new direction.
Corbató continues her work on: “Glorious Women” depicting women of refreshingly emboldened spirit, “The LONG STREET: a Visual Journey of Time and Place”, “Absolution of the Wind, Images of Plum Island” and “Avanim: Stones, Pathways of Jewish Life”.
"50 for 50: Images that Define Cambridge”, presented by Cambridge Historical Society, November, 2013 – June, 2014, opening at Cambridge Multicultural Center and traveling to five additional venues in Cambridge throughout the year.
"Structure” National Juried Exhibition, November/December 2013, Arc Gallery & Studios, San Francisco CA.