EXHIBITIONS

2018

The Pervasive Curse, Arts + Literature Laboratory, Madison, WI (solo exhibition)

From Her Perspective, Firehouse Art Center, Longmont, CO

Wisconsin Artists Biennial, Museum of Wisconsin Art, West Bend, WI

2017

Our Daily Armor, Virago Gallery, Seattle, WA

Speaking Out: Art & Politics in Words, North Seattle College Art Gallery, Seattle, WA

NASTY, presented by Gutfreund & Cornett Art, Arc Gallery, San Francisco, CA

FemFest, Groovy Dog Gallery, Milwaukee, WI

2016

I Witness: Activist Art and Social Movement Politics, Heuser Art Gallery & Hartmann Center Gallery, Bradley University, Peoria, IL

The Patterns’ Vicious Influence, 5 & J Gallery, Lubbock, TX (solo exhibition)

Vision: An Artist’s Perspective, presented by Gutfreund & Cornett Art, Kaleid Gallery, San Jose, CA [*catalogue]

Space Jam Reading Room and Lounge, Mission Creek Festival, Iowa City, IA

Being Her Now: Feminine Identity in the 21st Century, Salisbury University Gallery, Salisbury, MD

2015

The Patterns’ Vicious Influence, Overture Center for the Arts, Madison, WI (solo exhibition)

Spooky Boobs Collective: Print Media, Print and Resist, The Bubbler, Madison, WI

LOUD & CLEAR, Hi/Lo Gallery, George L. Mosse Humanities Building, Madison, WI (solo exhibition)


ARTIST TALKS & PERFORMANCES

2017

Visiting Artist Talk, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI

You Have the Right to Remain A __________, Performance, Delta State University, Cleveland, MS

Art and Activism, Visiting Artist Talk, Delta State University, Cleveland, MS

2016

The Patterns’ Vicious Influence, Performance 2, Gallery II, Overture Center for the Arts, Madison, WI

2015

The Patterns’ Vicious Influence, Performance 1, Gallery II, Overture Center for the Arts, Madison, WI

The Patterns’ Vicious Influence, Gallery Talk, Gallery II, Overture Center for the Arts, Madison, WI

Spooky Boobs: A Scary Story of Art and Activism, Visiting Artist Talk, Gender Studies Seminar, Delta State University, Cleveland, MS

Loud & Clear, Gallery Talk, HI/LO Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI


2018

Artist Publication Fellowship, Peripheral Vision PressIssue No. 8.

2016

Dulce Professional Development Fund, Delta State University, Cleveland, MS

People’s Choice Award, I Witness: Activist Art and Social Movement Politics, Bradley University, Peoria, IL

Special Recognition Awardselected by juror Michelle Nye of SFMOMA Artists Gallery for Vision: An Artist’s Perspective, Gutfreund & Cornett Art, San Jose, CA

AWARDS & GRANTS & Fellowships


Fantz, Christy, "From Her Perspective, an exhibit of work by women in printmaking", Daily Camera, March 1, 2018.

Higgins, Jim, "10 works to see at the 2018 Wisconsin Artists Biennial", Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, February 28, 2018.

Perry, Laura, "Art, Language, and Resistance," Amplify!, WSUM-FM, Madison, WI, March 21, 2017.

Cheong, Yeonhee, "Artist Wallpapers II: SPOOKY BOOBS COLLECTIVE", maegu magazine of imagery and how it's made, Issue One, March, 2017

Gordon, Scott, “The week in Madison music and culture // spooked no more”, Microtones, September 15, 2016.

Westbrook, Ray, “First Friday Art Trail adds political commentary”, Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, July 31, 2016.

Glass Tire Texas Visual Arts, "The Patterns' Vicious Influence".

Sal Pizzaro, “San Jose art exhibition showcases female perspective”, Mercury News, July 23, 2016.

Sal Pizzaro, “San Jose art exhibition showcases female perspective”, East Bay Times, July 23, 2016.

Michelle Nye, “All Woman Exhibition Explores Art as Activism”, MS Magazine, July 15, 2016.

Scott Gordon, “Spooky Curtains at the Overture Center,” Tone, January 25, 2016.

Brian Standing, “Feminist Art Practice with the SPOOKY BOOBS COLLECTIVE,” WORT-FM, Madison, WI, January 11, 2016.

Rachel Bruya, “Favorites of 2015,” Spackle Madison, December 10, 2015.

Scott Gordon, “Madison Print & Resist keeps evolving in 2015, for WORT-FM,” Tone, October 16, 2015.

“Spooky Boobs Collective,” The Isthmus, Madison, WI.

“SPOOKY BOOBS COLLECTIVE at HI/LO Gallery,” UW-Madison 4D.

 

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