Angela McQuillan is a Philadelphia-based artist and curator working at the intersection of art and science. Angela has a B.S. in Biology from the University of Texas at Austin, a B.F.A. in Painting and Drawing from Temple University, and a M.P.S. in Business for Art and Design from the Maryland Institute College of Art. She is a former member of the Little Berlin and Grizzly Grizzly artist collectives in Philadelphia. To this date, Angela has curated over 50 art exhibitions relating to science and technology, including shows by internationally recognized artists working specifically with biological media. Angela worked as the curator at the Esther Klein Gallery for 9 years from 2014 - 2021, and co-founded the University City Science Center’s BioArt Residency in 2017 at the biotechnology company Integral Molecular. This residency program won the 2019 Art + Business Partnership Award by the Philadelphia Arts & Business Council. Angela opened Chimaera in 2022, a gallery specializing in art relating to biotechnology. Her work has been featured in prominent publications such as The New York Times, Forbes and SciArt in America.