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Education:

2008: MFA, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL

2005: BFA, SUNY New Paltz College (Cum Laude), New Paltz, NY, Painting

2003: AS, Onondaga Community College (Cum Laude), Syracuse, NY, Fine Arts


Solo/Two Person Exhibitions:

2017: Matteawan Gallery; Geo-Co-Lab: Solo Exhibit as Winter resident artist, showing a large evolving participatory installation, and holding community knowledge-exchange workshops. Beacon, NY

2015: The Gallery at the Ann Felton Multicultural Center; Be the Change: Solo Exhibit featuring participatory art Installations and recent 2D,3D, and Temporal works. Onondaga Community College, Syracuse, NY

2013: Deep Tanks Studio; Form of Emptiness: Two person show with Jayoung Yoon, showing “Protesters” a participatory installation, and recent drawings. New York, NY

2008: Betty Rymer Gallery; The Rise to Power: Performance with composed sound and sculpture. Chicago, IL

Selected Group Exhibitions:

2017: Garner Arts Festival, Garnerville NY

2016: Theo Ganz Studio, Archipelago curated by Eleni Smolen, Beacon NY

Morean Arts Center, Exquisite Porch, curated by Dominic Lombardi, St Petersburg, FL

2015: The Beacon Theatre, Film Screening with Jazz Guitarist Chris Crocco, in conjunction with the 80 in 80 fundraiser campaign to restore the historic Beacon Theatre. Produced by Orange Mannequin, Beacon, NY

2014: Ethan Cohen Fine Arts KUBE, Principals/Priciples curated by Joseph Ayers, Beacon, NY

2013: Draw to Heal: Two person show with Jayoung Yoon in conjunction with Bushwick Open Studios. Brooklyn, NY


2012: PhilaMOCA; It’s the End of the World (Again): Symposium and “Apocalyptic Art” Curated by Genevieve Gillespie and The Center for Media and Destiny. Philadelphia, PA

The Great Room, NYU; ArcheTime Project presents The Faces of Time: Curated by Olga Ast and Camilla Torna. New York, NY

Tibet House US Gallery; Sacred Vision, Separate Views: Contemporary Perspectives in Buddhist Art: Curated, composing and performing sound art in a collaborative project with performance artist Jayoung Yoon. New York, NY

Locating the Sacred: Mobile Tea Garden, Curated, composing and performing sound art for the Shakuhachi in a collaborative project with performance artist Jayoung Yoon. New York, NY

Sylvia Wald + Po Kim Gallery: Operating System, Curated, composed sound art for a collaborative project with performance artist Jayoung Yoon titled “Umbicality”. New York, NY

Peace in the Park: Festival in Central Park sponsored by Brahma Kumaris, created and performed experimental and traditional sound compositions for the Shakuhachi. New York, NY

Bushwick Open Studios. Brooklyn, NY

2011: 8th International Juried Exhibition; Curated. Shore Institute of the Contemporary Arts, Long Branch, NJ

International Juried Exhibition; Curated. ART629 Gallery, Ashbury Park, NJ

2010: NorthBrooklyn; Curated. Arts@Renaissance, NY, NY

Bushwick Open Studios. NY, NY

2008: MFA Thesis. Gallery 2, Chicago, IL

You’re in My Space; Curated. Gallery 2, Chicago, IL

Cut and Run; Curated. Morpho Gallery, Chicago, IL

2007: Chicago Art Open 2007. Iron Studios, Chicago, IL

2006: AANNY Juried Group Exhibition. Sackets Harbor Historical Society, Sackets Harbor, NY

2005: *The Art of Love- Two Lover’s show. Smiley Arts Gallery, New Paltz, NY

BFA Thesis Exhibition. Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz, NY

2004: OCC Alumni; Curated. New Gallery, Onondaga Community College, Syracuse, NY

Art Auction. Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz, NY

Group Exhibition. Mark Hopkins Performing Arts Center, Henderson Harbor, NY

2003: Interdisciplinary Art Show; Curated. Onondaga Community College, Syracuse, NY

Group Exhibition; Juried. Canal Museum, Syracuse, NY

Group Exhibition. Mark Hopkins Performing Arts Center, Henderson Harbor, NY


Awards and Honors:

2016: Rema Hort Mann Foundation, nominated for the 2016 NYC Emerging Artist Grant. NY

2015: Dave Bown Projects, 11th Semiannual Competition, Curators: Katherine Pill, Ron Platt, Kelly Shindler. Award of Excellence. International

2014: Dave Bown Projects, 7th Semiannual Competition. Curators: Jeremy Adams, CUE Art Foundation, New York; Janet Dees, SITE Santa Fe; David S. Rubin, San Antonio Museum of Art. Honorable Mention. International

2008: SAIC Student Leadership Award: Chosen by faculty and peers. School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL

2006-08: SAIC Grant. School of the Art Institute of Chicago; merit based grant, Chicago, IL

2005: Invited as visiting artist. Onondaga Community College, Syracuse, NY


Bibliography:

2017: The Poughkeepsie Journal, Jan 4, 2017 Article ‘Artist aims to ignite dialogue on climate change’, NY 2016: The EcoTheo Review, 2016 Winter/Spring issue: Cover Image, and 8 page feature/interview by Taylor Thomas. Princeton, NJ

2015: Ron Platt (Chief Curator, Grand Rapids Art Museum), review of ‘Sun Reflector’ in ‘What our past jurors are saying’, Dave Bown Projects, 11th Semiannual Competition. International

Today@OCC, Artist Interview ‘Coming Home’ by Russ Corbin, Syracuse, NY

2012: NictoGlobe Magazine, Vol. 20, issue #4, Fall 2012: Review of “Destroy”, by Arelis Eleftherios. Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Catalog: It’s the End of the World (Again). PhilaMOCA, Philadelphia, PA

2007: Catalog “You’re in My Space”. G2 Gallery, Chicago, IL

Catalog “Chicago Art Open 2007”. Iron Studios, Chicago, IL


Professional Organizations:

2015: BeaconArts. Beacon, NY

2013-2014: Foundations in Art: Theory and Education. National

2008-13: College Art Association. National

2007-08: Chicago Artists Coalition. Chicago, IL

2006-08: Art Association of Northern New York. Sackets Harbor, NY


Lectures and Workshops:

2015: Artis Lecture. The Ann Felton Multicultural Center, in conjunction with the exhibit 'Be The Change' Syracuse, NY

Artist Lecture. I-Park Foundation, East Haddam, CT

2014: Artist Lecture. Sagebrush Art Center, Sheridan, WY

2008: Artist Lecture. School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL

2007: Artist Lecture “You’re in My Space”. G2 Gallery, Chicago, IL


Residencies:

2016: Saltonstall Foundation Artist Residency, Ithaca, NY

2015: I-Park Foundation. East Haddam, CT

2014: Jentel Foundation. Banner, WY


Selected Collections:

ArcheTime Project: New York, NY

Video Archive. Medrar for Contemporary Art, Cairo, Egypt

Permanent Collection Onondaga Community College.

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