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Curriculum Vitae


Education

Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, Maine. 2008

Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), MFA Sculpture, Providence, Rhode Island. 2008

Brown University, Harriet W. Sheridan Center for Collegiate Teaching Certificate, Providence, Rhode Island. 2008

Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), BFA Sculpture, Richmond, Virginia. 2005


Exhibition Record


Exchange. Visual Centre for Contemporary Art. Carlow, Ireland. 2015

The Impossible. Skowhegan 136 W22nd ST. New York, NY. 2015

You Can’t Go Home. ADA Gallery. Richmond, VA. 2015

Share This! Appropriation after Cynicism. (Via Adam Parker Smith’s Thanks.) Denny Gallery. New York, NY. 2015

Whats Up: New Technologies in Art. Curated by Harriet Lesser. The Mansion at Strathmore. Bethesda, MD. 2014

[bodywerk]. Curated by Patrick Mohundro and Alexandra Young. Various massage parlors in Chinatown. New York, NY. 2013

Archaeopteryx and Other Birds. Curated by Erik Berglen. Oro Gallery in conjunction with GIBCA. Goteborg, Sweden. 2013

That Summer Feeling. Sweatshop Studios. Brooklyn, NY. 2013

What Possessed You. Fowler Project Space. Brooklyn, NY. 2013

Thanks. Curated by Adam Parker Smith. Lu Magnus. New York, NY. 2013

Transmediation. Curated by Micol Hebron and Cindy Smith. ArtSpace Media Lounge, CAA Conference. New York, NY. 2013

New York I Love You Sometimes. Classic Six. New York, NY. 2013

Year Two. Fowler Art. Brooklyn, NY. 2012

Shrines. Laundry Lung. Brooklyn, NY. 2012

Stones, Bones, and Relics. Curated by Anna Mikhailovskaia. Brooklyn Fireproof. Brooklyn, NY. 2012

Because You’re Mine. Solo Exhibition. The University of Maine Museum of Art. Bangor, ME. 2012

Tompkins Projects West: Works on Paper. Dan Graham. Los Angeles, CA. 2011

Wassaic Summer Festival. The Wassaic Project. Wassaic, NY. 2010

Episodic. Cave. Detroit, MI. 2010

Inaugural Show. Grizzly Grizzly. Philadelphia, PA. 2009

Geography of the Imagination. Curated by Phong Bui, Adam House. New York, NY. 2009

The Wrong Amount of Right. Michael Steinberg Gallery. New York, NY. 2008

RISD MFA Thesis Exhibition. Providence Convention Center. Providence, RI. 2008

Fan Art. Obama Head Quarters. Providence, RI. 2008

Love Me- Slow Elvis. Performance Night. Tap Room. Providence, RI. 2008

NewInsight. Curated by Suzanne Ghez. Art Chicago Art Fair. Chicago, IL. 2008

Body and Ritual. Sol Koffler Gallery. Providence, RI. 2008

Inspected and Approved by Virtus Haywood. Sol Koffler Gallery. Providence, RI. 2006

All Mixed Up. Gallery 5. Richmond, VA. 2005

Neon Venus. Solo Exhibition, VCU Student Art Space. Richmond, VA. 2005

Max AC. VCU Fine Arts Building Gallery. Richmond, VA. 2005

Making Noise. Flat International. Richmond, VA. 2005

Group Exhibition. Gallery 5. Richmond, VA. 2005


Curation and Exhibition Coordination

GUTS. Abrons Art Center. New York, NY. 2013

That Summer Feeling. Sweatshop Studios. New York, NY. 2013

What Possessed You. Fowler Project Space. New York, NY. 2013

New York I Love You Sometimes. Classic Six. New York, NY. 2013

The Wrong Amount of Right. RISD Sculpture MFA Summer Exhibition. Michael Steinberg Gallery. New York, NY. 2008

I Mean C’mon, Fluff my Pillow. Inns of Virginia. Richmond, VA. 2004

EnTrenched: Trench Coat Artshow. Various Richmond galleries. Richmond, VA. 2004


Panels and Lectures

Gallery Discussion with artists of GUTS. Abrons Arts Center. New York, NY. 2013

Gallery Discussion. The University of Maine Museum of Art. Bangor, ME. 2012

Lecture. The Studios of Key West. Key West, FL. 2010

Panel juror for 3-D work. Rhode Island State Council on the Arts Fellowship. 2010

Panel Discussion with the artists of NewInsight. Art Chicago Fair. Chicago, IL. 2008


Residencies and Honors

Vermont Studio Center. Johnson, VT. Upcoming.

The Studios of Key West residency. Key West, FL. 2010

Harold Arts. Survival Session. Jeffers Tree Farm. Chesterhill, OH. 2010

Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Skowhegan, ME. 2008

The Award of Excellence for Second Year Graduate Student of Fine Arts. RISD. Providence, RI. 2008

New Insight. National MFA showcase, currated by Suzanne Ghez. Art Chicago. Chicago, IL. 2008

John A. Chironna Scholarship. RISD. Providence, RI. 2006-2008

Sylvia Leslie Herman Young Scholarship. RISD. Providence, RI. 2006-2008

Faculty Achievement Award. VCU Sculpture Department. Richmond, VA. 2005


Bibliography and Press

Sargent, Sarah. “Alt Art.” Virginia Living. Feb. 2015. Print.

<http://www.virginialiving.com/arts-events/arts/alt-art/>

Jenkins, Mark. “D.C. Area Galleries: ‘What’s Up,’ ‘Common Ground,’ ‘Portico,’ ‘Energy of the Wire.’

The Washington Post. 27 Feb. 2014.

Cruz, Araceli. “10 Weekend Ideas Under $10: Guts at Abrons Art Center, Acting: The First Six Lessons at NYU.”

The Village Voice. 6 Dec. 2013.

<http://blogs.villagevoice.com/runninscared/2013/12/10_weekend_idea_5.php>

Murray, Rheana. “Artist Nate Hill ‘Wears’ White Women in Controversial ‘Trophy Scarves’ Project.”

Daily News. 4 Dec. 2013.

< http://www.nydailynews.com/artist-wears-white-women-scarves-article-1.1537599>

Vartanian, Hrag. “Art Rx.”

Hyperallergic. 3 Dec. 2013.

<http://hyperallergic.com/96329/art-rx-91/>

Lescaze, Zoe. “9 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before December 9.”

Gallerist. 2 Dec. 2013.

<http://galleristny.com/2013/12/9-things-to-do-in-new-yorks-art-world-before-december-9/>

Brooks, Katherine. “Daring Artist ‘Sleeps’ on Strangers in Poetic Subway Project.”

Huffington Post. 21 Nov. 2013.

< http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/21/george-ferrandi_n_4305347.html>

Larkin, Daniel. “Is Neon the New Black.”

Hyperallergic. 7 Jun. 2013.

< http://hyperallergic.com/71004/is-neon-the-new-black/>

Hoffman, Meredith. “Exhibition Spaces Join Forces with Greenpoint Gallery Night.”

DNAinfo New York. 23 Apr. 2013.

< http://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20130423/greenpoint/exhibition-spaces-join-forces-for-greenpoint-gallery-night>

Ryzik, Melena. “Sticky Fingers Make the Show.”

The New York Times. 28 Mar. 2013.

< http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/29/arts/design/adam-parker-smiths-thanks-at-lu-magnus-gallery.html?pagewanted=all>

Gilbuena, Yana. “Greenpoint Artists Invade Upper East Side: New York I Love You Sometimes.”

Greenpointers. 7 Feb. 2013.

< http://greenpointers.com/2013/02/07/greenpoint-artists-invade-upper-east-side-new-york-i-love-you-sometimes/>

Mainwaring, Madison. “A Gallery Undone- The Role of the Curator Rethought on the Upper East Side.”

Her Royal Majesty. 4 Feb. 2013.

<http://www.heroyalmajesty.ca/a-gallery-undone/>

Vartanian, Hrag. “GO Bushwick, Gowanus and Greenpoint: Artapalooza.”

Hyperallergic. 14 Sep. 2012.

< http://hyperallergic.com/56921/go-brooklyn-bushwick-gowanus-greenpoint/>

Galatioto, Jennifer. “GO (Greenpoint) Brooklyn Art Festival.”

Greenpointers. 11 Sep. 2012.

< http://greenpointers.com/2012/09/11/go-greenpoint-brooklyn-art-festival/>

Sarnacki, Aislinn. “Magic Offers Repreive from a Grey World.”

The Bangor Daily News. 12 Jan. 2012.

<http://bangordailynews.com/2012/01/12/living/umma-magic-offers-reprieve-from-a-gray-world/>

Siclen, Van Bill. “Up and Coming Stars Show their Stuff.”

The Providence Journal. 22 May 2008. E1-E12.

“New Insight.” Art Chicago. Exhibition Catalogue, April 25-28, 2008.

The Merchandise Mart. Chicago, IL.