CV

Born: Boston, MA 

2019 Fellowship: Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) Program, Bronx ArtMuseum, NY, Fall.

Residencies:

  • 2019: Feminist Incubator at Project for Empty Space,Spring, Newark, NJ. 
  • 2019: Critical Feedback Program. Trestle Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.
  • 2016: Visiting Artist. Studios at MASS MoCA/Assets for Artists Residency. North Adams, MA.
  • 2015: Jentel Artists Residency. Wyoming.
  • 2014: Brooklyn Art Space/Trestle Gallery. Gowanus, NY.

Books: The Adventures and Discoveries of A Feminist Bride. Black Rose Publishing. February 2018.

Selected Exhibitions:

2020: 

2019: 

  • Radical Threads. Stamp Galley, University ofMaryland, MD. 
  • Hand & I. Dorsky Gallery. Curated by Yulia Tikhonova, Brooklyn, NY. 
  • Crafting Democracy: Fiber Arts & Activism. Harold Hacker Hall of the Central Library, Rochester, New York.
  • Narrative Threads. Project for Empty Space. Curated by Jasmine Wahi and Rebecca Jampol. Newark, NJ.
  • The Wing - FlatironCurated by Lolita Cros. New York, NY.

2018:

  • In Control (Solo). Chesapeake Gallery. Harford Community College. Bel Air, MD.
  • Claiming Needles – Positions of Contemporary Embroidery Art (Online). Peer to Space. Berlin, Germany.
  • Rituals and Identity. Ann Street Gallery. Newburgh, NY. 
  • Planned Parenthood Instagram Takeover. May Online. 
  • The Wing - DCCurated by Lolita Cros. Washington, D.C. 
  • I'm Not With Him. Future Tenant Gallery. Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Reverence to the Thread. Lewis Gallery. Portland, ME. 
  • (con)textLa Bodega Gallery. Brooklyn, NY. April.
  • Hotel (XX). The Untitled Space Gallery at Spring Break. New York, NY.
  • In Control (Two-person exhibition)Greenly Gallery. Bloomsburg University. Bloomsburg, PA.
  • Collect for Change. AKArt. San Francisco, CA.
  • Currents. A.I.R. Gallery. Curated by Barbara Zucker. Brooklyn, NY. 
  • Art on Campus Series. University of Maine at Farmington. Farmington, ME.

2017: 

  • Subversive|Domestic. Shenandoah Valley Art Center. Waynesboro, VA.
  • F-word. Riverworks Gallery. Greenville Technical College. Greenville, SC.
  • Truth. BRIC Arts Media. New York, NY.
  • Transformations. Plays and Players Gallery. Philadelphia, PA.
  • Hands on Love. The Living Gallery. Brooklyn, NY.
  • Violence Transformed. Slater Gallery. Tufts University. Medford, MA.
  • The Connective Project. Prospect Park Alliance, AREA4, Reddymade A&D. Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY.
  • Duality: Glimpses of the Other SideIslip Art Museum.East Islip, NY.
  • Nasty Stitches. Victori + Mo Gallery. Brooklyn, NY.
  • Don't Touch My Papaya. The Art Gallery. CUNY: College of Staten Island. NY.
  • Feminist Fiber Art. Virago Gallery. Seattle, WA.
  • Darkest Side of Paradise. Wayfarers Gallery. Brooklyn, NY.
  • Picture Social Justice and Human Rights. Gallery 1581. Boston University. Brookline, MA.
  • BARED: The Art of Bras and Breasts. Diamond Shop Gallery. Morgantown, WV.
  • The Feminist Opposition. Hera Gallery. Wakefield, RI.
  • Uprise/Angry Women. The Untitled Space Gallery. New York, NY.

2016: 

  • HotWaterSlayer Gallery. Online.
  • In Control (Solo). Hollister Gallery. Babson College. Wellesley, MA.
  • Festival Of Choice. Amnesty International. London, United Kingdom.
  • Personal is Political is Personal. 440 Gallery. Brooklyn, NY.
  • 80x80. The Mint Museum. Charlotte, NC.
  • Freedom Imagined; Freedom Lived. Boyle Family Gallery. Lindenwood University. Saint Charles, MO.
  • Change Agents: Personal Art as Political Tactic. Lamont Gallery. Phillips Exeter Academy. Exeter, NH.
  • ViolenceTransformed. Harriet Tubman House. Boston, MA.
  • Up for Debate. BRIC Arts Media. New York, NY.
  • One Billion Rising for Justice. WFA Gallery. Polk State College. Winter Haven, FL.

2015:

  • Trending: Contemporary Art Now! Women's Caucus for Art online exhibition and catalog at Target Gallery. Alexandria, VA.
  • Embroidered Samplers. Virtual Special Exhibit. Museum of Contraception and Abortion. Vienna, Austria.
  • Body Politics. Gibney Dance Gallery.  New York, NY.
  • Still Lifes: Perceptions of Inanimate Objects. Jorgenson Gallery. Moberly, MO.
  • In Control (Solo). Chashama. New York, NY.
  • Human Rights = Women's Rights? JACK! Brooklyn, NY.
  • Feminist Tea Party. Abron Arts Center. New York, NY.
  • Heads Will Roll. Artspace. New Haven, CT.
  • The Storied StitchAzarian McCullough Art Gallery. St. Thomas Aquinas College. Sparkill, NY.
  • The Artist’s Studio. BRIC Arts Media. New York, NY.
  • Introductions. Trestle Gallery, New York, NY.

2014:

  • The Personal is Political is Personal. Slater Concourse Gallery. Tufts University, Medford, MA.
  • #EqualityIs. Global Fund for Women & International Museum of Women. 
  • Emanation. Dacia Gallery. New York City, NY.
  • Engendered. Atlantic Works Gallery. Boston,MA
  • Objects of Consumption. UMF Art Gallery. University of Maine, Farmington, ME.
  • Performative Ecologies: Thinking Through Research Practices, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
  • Breaking Tradition. Pierro Gallery. South Orange, NJ.
  • A Woman's Arms. Lincoln Arts Project Gallery. Waltham, MA. 
  • Mending: New Uses for Old Traditions. UNCW GalleryUniversity of North Carolina, Wilmington, NC.
  • Woman in Control: Textile in Context. Diversity Center. Mount Hood Community College, Portland, OR.

2013:

  • Alarm; Alarm. The Long Hall Gallery. Worcester, MA.
  • Choice. Arc Gallery. San Francisco,CA.
  • #Hashtag. Cameron University, OK.
  • Choose Your Own Adventure. John Michael Kohler Art Center. Sheboygan, WI.
  • I do?! VisualStudies Workshop Gallery. Rochester, NY.
  • Center of Attention. MFA Thesis. Grossman Gallery. SMFA. Boston, MA.
  • Reveal. The Hallway Gallery. Jamaica Plain, MA.
  • Ride (Solo). Brookline Art Center Gallery. Brookline, MA.
  • Creatures and Critters III: Equine and Avian Art. Richard Boyd Art Gallery. Portland, ME.
  • Travel the Watershed. Becket Art Center Gallery. Becket, MA.
  • Her Desire: 6 Artists' Exploration of the Eternal Feminine. Cushing-Martin Gallery. Stonehill College, Easton, MA.
  • Collections: Organizing and Interpreting an Environment. Hunt Library, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA.
  • Engendered: A Feminist Art Show. University California Davis Feminist Film Festival. Davis, CA.
  • The Other F Word. BHCC Art Gallery. Boston, MA
  • 24th Annual Student Show. Copley Society of the Arts. Boston, MA.
  • Colorful Textures: Synaesthesia in Art. The Rubin-Frankel Gallery. Boston University, Boston, MA. 

2012: 

  • Wit. Mission Hill Gallery. Boston, MA.
  • Our Bodies, Our Health. UNCW GalleryUniversity of North Carolina, Wilmington, NC.
  • 50-100-150. Riverside Gallery. Cambridge, MA.
  • Backlash. SOHO20 Gallery. Chelsea, NYC.
  • Captivating Landscapes. Moose Hill Gallery. Sharon, MA.
  • Give Luck a Chance. ProArts Consortium. Boston, MA.
  • Corporeal Constructions. Pop up show. South End, MA. 

2011

  • Dancing with Nature. Castle Hill Gallery. Ipswich, MA.
  • Engendered: A Feminist Art Show. UC Davis Feminist Film Festival.Davis, CA.
  • This and That. (Solo) Artists Crossing Gallery. Boston, MA.
  • Layers of Abstraction. Artist-Xchange Gallery. San Francisco, CA.

2009

  • The Mark of Southie. (Solo) John Moakley US Courthouse Gallery. 
  • Violence Transformed. Resnikoff Gallery. Roxbury Community College. 
  • The Power of Place. Gallery Seven. Maynard, MA. 

2008:

  • Preserving the Penguin. Installation. 1st Light Illuminated Art. Brookline, MA.
  • Art on the Wind. Installation. Lars Anderson Park. Brookline, MA.
  • Fabric of Reality. Gallery at the William Morris Hunt Library. Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.
  • Holodomor: Remembering The Ukrainian Genocide. Knight Gallery. CCRI, Warwick, RI.
  • Then and Now, Again. OKW Gallery. Boston, MA.
  • Trees. JP Art Market Gallery. Jamaica Plain, MA.
  • Violence Transformed. Resnikoff Gallery. Roxbury Community College.
  • Art Students of New England. d.Art Gallery. East Hampton, MA.
  • Then and Now. Pooke Gallery. Natick, MA

Performances:
Cutting the Cake.” 2nd Annual Women’s Center Symposium on Gender & Culture. 2011.
The Vagina Monologues.” VDay.org. Oakland, CA. February 2011. 

Education: 
2013: Master of Fine Arts, The School of the Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.
2009: Ukrainian Language Certificate. Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute. Boston, MA.
2008: Post Baccalaureate Degree. The School of the Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.
2004: BS in Business Administration. Babson College. Wellesley,MA. 


Lectures:

  • Allyship and Intersectional Tactics in Art: Feminisms and Democracy: Feminist Art Changing the Game, Rutgers University: Feminist Art Project, CAA 2020, Chicago, IL.
  • Craft and Community, Moderated by Yulia Tikhonova.Dorsky Gallery, June 2019.
  • Delve-Art at Cue Art Foundation, June 2018.
  • Women and the Modern Debate Over Reproductive Freedoms. Mount Hood Community College. Portland. Oregon. March 2014
  • The Effects of Choice Feminism in Weddings. Breaking the Rules Panel. Stonehill College. Easton, MA.
  • Deconstructing the Past, Present and Future of Marriage. Tufts Graduate Research Symposium. 2012.
  • Patronymics as a Contemporary Issue. Beyond the Classroom, Tufts Women’s Center. 2012.
  • In The Kitchen: The Sexy and Sexist Layersof the Wedding Cake. Tufts University: 2nd Annual Women’s Center Symposium on Gender & Culture. 2011.
  • Connecting Art and Science. Olin School of Engineering & Babson College. 2008. 

Grant/Awards: 
2012: Honorable Mention. SMFA Painting Area 1st Annual Show. Juror: Al Miner.
2008: Andrea Cilley Memorial Grant. Brookline Commission for the Arts. Brookline, MA. 
2007, 2008: 1st Light Illuminated Art. Office of Economic Development. Grant. Brookline, MA. 

Collections: 
Library and Research Center, National Museum of Women in the Arts, D.C.
Library Collection, The Museum School of Fine Arts, Boston.
Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA.

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