SELECTED EXHIBITIONS 2019 - Hedonist Buddhist, WPA Annex, Washington, D.C., US 2018 - MAT Thesis Show, MICA Lazarus Building, Baltimore, MD, US 2016 - Hot Sauce, Space Studio, Norwich, UK 2016 - Cley 16, St. Margaret’s Church, Cley-next-the-Sea, UK 2016 - MA Graduate Show, NUA, Norwich, UK 2016 - Red-trograde Collective Street Art Exhibition, Public Spaces,Amsterdam, ND 2015 - Liminal, NUA, Norwich, UK 2015 - Through A Lens, Steel City, Pheonixeville, PA, US 2014 - Notches in Belts, Philadelphia, PA, US 2014 - Inner City Public Installation, Philadelphia, PA, US 2013 - Untitled - Public Installation, Philadelphia, PA, US 2006-2012 - MooreArts, Moorestown, NJ, US 2005 - BFA Graduate Show, Penrose Gallery, Elkins Park, PA, US 2005 - The Trans-American Print Consortium, Sonoma State University, CA, US 2002-2004 - TSA-Spring Exhibition, Penrose Gallery, Elkins Park, PA, US 2001-2005 - Tyler Printmaking Consortium, Penrose Gallery, Elkins Park, PA, US 2000 - Firsts and Seconds, Public Space Exhibition, Philadelphia, PA, US 1999-2014 - Site-specific mural work and restoration for The Collins Estate, Moorestown, NJ , US PUBLICATIONS 2018 - These Are Good Days For Bad People, zine 2017 - From Disaster to Fresh Disaster, zine 2016 - Such Could I Be: An Investigation of Consumption & Poverty in America 2016 - E Pluribus Unum, zine 2015 - West Coast: South Central L.A. & the War on Drugs, zine TEXTS 2016 - NUA MA Degree Show, Norwich University of the Arts CURATED EXHIBITIONS 2016 - Hot Sauce, Space Studio, Norwich, UK 2016 - Display, Discourse, and Dissent, Dialogues Symposium Exhibition, Norwich, UK 2016 - Red-trograde Collective Street Art Exhibition, Amsterdam, NL 2015 - In Plain Sight, Norwich University of the Arts, Norwich, UK 2015 - Liminal, Norwich University of the Arts, Norwich, UK TEACHING EXPERIENCE 2018-Present - MAT Student, Graduate Program Assistant, Co-Head of MICA's NAEA Chapter and Student Teacher, Maryland Institute College of Art Interning at Neighbors Hamilton School, Baltimore, MD, US Zine Workshop at Baltimore Design School 2008 - Art Instructor, Proyecto Amistad, Acuña - Piedras Negras, MX 2005 - Student Teacher, Beverly City School, Beverly, NJ, US 2004-2005 - Teacher’s Assistant, Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA, US
The theme of deconstructing and eliminating domination is found not only within intersectional feminist pedagogy, but also in engaged (hooks, 1994), reality (Emdin, 2012), and constructivist pedagogies (Gnezda, 2009). School systems utilizing a Democratic Citizenship Education (Davis, Sumara, & Luce-Kapler, 2015) advance the forenamed pedagogies’ abilities by disabling all curricula that allows for the perpetuation of privileged beliefs of dominant cultures. Sanctioning for the presence of ethics in classrooms administered through effective lesson plans and curriculum is a powerful tool in the dismantlement of oppressive forces found in all aspects of our students’ lives (Davis, Sumara, & Luce-Kapler, 2015). bell hooks (1994) emphasized the practicality of using feminist and engaged pedagogies (Freire, 1972) by pointing out that our ability to provoke excitement in the classroom is what allows ourselves and our students to have genuine interests and investments with one another, allowing for voices in the classroom to be heard. An engaged pedagogy is the ability for a teacher-student relationship to exist interchangeably between one another as equals. It is also crucial that learning must provoke emotion and excitement and it is our job as the facilitators to enable this exchange and form of expression in a safe and supportive environment (hooks, 1994).
Most recently honored for designing the logo for Honestly Autism Day Currently exhibiting in Hedonist Buddhist until June 23 at WPA Annex, Shaw - Washington, D.C.
(2000-2005) BFA - Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA (2015-2016) MaFA - Norwich University of the Arts, Norwich, England (2018-Present) MAT - Maryland Institute College of Art
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