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Collecting Health, Open Source Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, 2024
NFS Real Estate, Blaffer Art Museum project space, Houston, TX, 2023
Folkets apotek, Skövde Art Museum, Skövde, Sweden, 2022

Social Pharmacy, Whitebox Gallery, Front Window, NYC, 2022     

Career Survey, Norrtälje Konsthall, Norrtälje, Sweden, 2022

Artist Monographs:

Jody Wood monograph, 47 pages with essays by curator Nicole J. Caruth and feminist legal scholar Martha Albertson Fineman, published by Skövde Art Museum
, 2022

Beauty in Transition: Portraits, 28 pages printed risograph and letterpress, edition of 100, Published by Alder & Frank Press, 2016




Suzanne Deal Booth Award, University of Houston Kathrine G. McGovern and Project Row Houses Joint Fellow, Houston, TX


coLAB Arts an inaugural 9-month artist residency award and community partnership with Elijah's Promise, an anti-poverty agency addressing food insecurity in New Brunswick, NJ.

Antenna Gallery, Spillways Residency, New Orleans, LA


Fundação Luso-Americana para o Desenvolvimento (FLAD) / AiR 351 Grant Award, Cascais, Portugal
2020 FLAD award artists: Jody Wood, João Enxuto and Erica Love

Headlands Center for the Arts, Thematic Residency on Palliative Care Futures and Psychedelic Medicine.

Participating artists: Stephanie Dinkins, Jordan Weber, Jody Wood. Participating physicians included BJ Miller, author of A Beginners Guide to the End; Anthony Back M.D, Co-founder of VitalTalk, and Ira Byock M.D. FAAHPM, leading medical authority for end of life care and author of Dying Well.


Marble House Project, Artist in Residence Dorset, VT


Choreographing Care supported by: A Tale of Two Cities: McColl Center and NorthTryon Corridor, ArtPlace America Grant  

Queens Art Council, New Works Grant, Queens, NY

McColl Center for Art + Innovation, Artist in Residence, Charlotte, NC

Santa Fe Art Institute, Equal Justice Residency, Santa Fe, NM



Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Artist in Residence, Omaha, NE

Yaddo, Artist in Residence, Saratoga Springs, NY

University Settlement, Performance Project Artist in Residence, NYC


Rema Hort Mann Foundation, Artist Community Engagement Grant, NYC

New York Council for the Humanities, Action Grant, NYC



Visual Artist Network (VAN) Exhibition Residency Award, Philadelphia, PA



A Blade of Grass, Socially Engaged Art Fellow, NYC

Brooklyn Arts Council Local Arts Support Grant, Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn Arts Council Community Arts Fund Grant, Brooklyn, NY



Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Swing Space Residency, NYC


Skowhegan School of Painting and ­­Sculpture, Artist in Residence, Madison, ME

Seoul Art Space Geumcheon, Artist Selection Project Award, South Korea  

Seoul Art Space Geumcheon, International Artist Residency, Seoul, South Korea

Seokjang-ri Art Museum, DMZ International Peace Art Residency, DMZ, Korea



Culture Push, Genesis Project Residency, Brooklyn, NY


Västra Götalandsregionen Skaraborgs Sjukhus, (Public Hospital) Skövde, Sweden
Yale University Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library, New Haven, CT

Brooklyn Museum Libraries and Archives Collection, Brooklyn, NY

Trinity College Library, Hartford, CT

Columbia University Library, NYC


Virtual Symposium, Practice & Research, UHI Shetland, UK


Real Estate Speculation & Socially Engaged Art, artist talk, Blaffer Art Museum, Houston, TX

Public Health as Collaborative Performance, artist talk, Institute for Contemporary Art, University of Cape Town, South Africa

TRUSTWORK, public panel with Sultana Harris and Nanci Zhang, hosted by Spillways, New Orleans

Creative Showcase: Social Pharmacy, 18th International Conference on the Arts in Society, New Aesthetic Expressions: The Social Role of Art, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland

Social Pharmacy: Collectivizing Action, Health and Healthcare: A Global Health approach to the multiple crises, IIPPE Conference, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid, Spain

NFS Real Estate as a Speculative Intervention, Housing Struggles: tenant unions and socially engaged art, IIPPE Conference, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid, Spain


Collectivizing Action: Art, Health, and the Responsive State, public panel with artist Jody Wood and legal scholars Martha Albertson      Fineman at Emory University, Titti Mattsson, Ulrika Andersson at Lund University, hosted by Skövde Art Museum, Sweden

Artist Talk, Skövde Art Museum, Skövde, Sweden

Conference Speaker, Social Strides, Arts & Society Conference, San Jorge University, Zaragoza, Spain

Artist Talk and Public conversation wtih Sijben Rosa, Air351, Cascais, Lisboa, Portugal


Presenter, Economia Conference (online), Baltan Laboratories, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Visiting Artist, Brown University, Social Practice taught by Helina Metaferia, Providence, RI
Visiting Artist, University of Oregon, M.F.A. Students in the Visual Art Graduate Studies Department taught by Eric Guerrero, Eugene, OR

Visiting Artist, Stony Brook University, M.F.A. Studio taught by Stephanie Dinkins
Visiting Artist, Stony Brook University, Interactive Media, Performance, and Installation taught by Stephanie Dinkins


Presenter, The Power of the Temporary, What Will Be: Strategies, Practices, and Performance in Social Art, The University of Lisbon, Portugal
Artist Talk, Learning Dependence, TIER Institute for Endotic Research, Berlin, DE

Presenter, HAIR -  A Ritual for Creativity and Strength, The Rubin Museum, NYC

Visiting Artist & Workshop Leader, Knowing and Unknowing: The Social Imaginary & Meaning Making, M.F.A. Students enrolled in Social Practice, taught by Maria Velasco, The University of Kansas

Fellowship Workshop Leader, Community Within Systems, The Union Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha, NE

Artist Talk, Social Works?: Live, Manchester School of Art, Manchester, UK

Artist Talk, Social Practice, taught by Helina Metaferia, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI



Panel Speaker, Social Practice in Artmaking, McColl Center for Art + Innovation, Charlotte, NC

Committee Member, Stakeholder Forum: Socially Engaged Art Knowledge Transfer Partnership: Manchester School of Art, Manchester Metropolitan University, Axisweb

Seminar Leader, Implementation and Evaluation of Social Practice, Lakou NOU Artist Residency, Haiti Cultural Council, NYC


Visiting Artist, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD


Identity as Privilege, CopyCamp Conference, Palace of Culture and Science, Warsaw, Poland

Panel Speaker, Choreographing Care: a conversation between Jody Wood and Dionisio Cruz, moderated by artistic director Sara Reisman,

The 8th Floor, NYC

Guest Speaker, Public Action and Collaboration, taught by Liz Slagus and Norene Leddy, Parsons School of Design, NYC        

Keynote Speaker, Artist Volunteer Center Benefit, Dedalus Foundation, NYC


Panel Speaker, Notes from the Field, A Blade of Grass at The Rubin Foundation, NYC

Panel Speaker, Sensing and Doing something about Income Inequality: Artists and Arts Groups Share Their Strategies, The Old Stone House, Brooklyn, NY

Guest Speaker and Critic, University of Bridgeport, Shintaro Akatsu School of Design, Bridgeport, CT

Guest Speaker, The Body in History: Art and Performance, taught by Jess Gibson, Pace University, NYC



Panel Speaker, Participatory Cultures of Documentary as Social Practice, Codes & Modes Conference, Hunter College, NYC

Guest Lecture, Healing Identity, Queens Museum, Open Engagement Conference, NYC

Guest Speaker, Homeless Advocacy Artists, Engaging Artists Residency, MoreArt NYC

Guest Speaker, The Body in History: Art and Performance, taught by Jess Gibson, Pace University, NYC

Guest Speaker, Art Theory and Practice, taught by Anna Adler, Marymount Manhattan College, NYC


NFS Real Estate (2023) 

Sites:                                Interactive web platform

Community Partners:     Various tenants in Houston, TX

Supported by:                  University of Houston Kathrine G. McGovern and Project Row Houses Joint Fellow, Houston, TX

Web Link:               


Social Pharmacy (2021 - 2022)
Site:                                   Simpnäs, Sweden; Norrtälje Kunsthalle, Sweden; Skövde Art Museum, Sweden; Whitebox Gallery, NYC
Principal Investigator:     Jody Wood

Utilized Disciplines:         Participatory Performance, Photography

Supported by:                   Skövde Art Museum, Sweden, Norrtälje Kunsthalle, Sweden, Whitebox Gallery, NYC

Choreographing Care (2016 - 2018, 2021)

Site:                                    Select Care Institutions in Kingston, NY; NYC; Charlotte, NC

Principal Investigator:      Jody Wood

Utilized Disciplines:          Social Practice Art, Documentary Film, Photography

Community Partners:       Men’s Shelter of Charlotte, NC; Urban Ministry Center, Charlotte, NC; The Door: A Center for Alternatives,

                                            NYC; University Settlement, NYC, Heartland Family Services, Omaha, NE

Supported by:                    McColl Center for Art + Innovation, ArtPlace America, Rema Hort Mann Foundation, Esopus Foundation, New

                                            York Council for the Humanities, Bemis Center for Contemporary Art


The Cost of Care (2017)

Site:                                    Speyer Hall Theater, NYC

Principal Investigator:      Jody Wood

Utilized Discipline:            Performance Art

Supported by:                    The Performance Project at University Settlement


Beauty in Transition (2013 - 2016)                   

Site:                                    City-Wide project in NYC; Philadelphia, PA; Reading, PA; Denver, CO; Kingston, NY

Principal Investigator:      Jody Wood

Utilized Disciplines :         Social Practice Art, Documentary Film, Photography

Community Partners:       18 Homeless Shelters in various cities; Salons and independent hairstylists in various cities

Supported by:                    A Blade of Grass, Brooklyn Arts Council, Asian Arts Initiative, ArtPlace America, The Visual Artist Network

                                            Exhibition Residency, Esopus Foundation, RedLine Art Center


Spoken Stage (2012)

Site:                                    City-Wide Performances in Seoul, South Korea at Senior Welfare Center of Seoul, Temporary Space, One-Circle 

                                            Community Theater

Principal Investigators:    Jody Wood and So Yeon Park

Utilized Disciplines:          Poetry Writing, Performance, Documentary Film

Community Partner:         Senior Welfare Center of Seoul

Supported by:                    Seoul Art Space Geumcheon

2023 Infecting the City Arts Festival, Institute for Creative Arts at University of Cape Town, South Africa

2023 Visual Connections, Rubenstein Art Gallery, Duke University, Durham, NC

2023 Award-winning Film Showcase, FAVA 10th Anniversary Film Festival, Alberta Canada

2022 Alliance of Care and Desire, Video screening, Bronx Academy of Dance, NYC

2022 All Together, Amongst Many: Reflections on Empathy, Mary Elizabeth Dee Shaw Gallery, Weber State University, Ogden, UT

2021 Strand, Ely Center for Contemporary Art: Digital Grace, New Haven, CT. Curated by Megan Shaughnessy

2021 All Together, Amongst Many: Reflections on Empathy, Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha, NE Curated by Rachel Adams. With artists Brendan Fernandes, Seitu Jones, Jordan Weber, Jody Wood, and others (scheduled, Summer 2020)

2021 International Poetry-Performance-Audio-Video Night, Museum of Modern Media,, Westbeth Artist Complex, Greenwich Village, NYC, curated by Barbara Rosenthal

2020 Home, Acogedor Space, Los Angeles, CA. Curated by Nicole Rademacher

2020 Brooklyn Utopias, The Old Stone House, Brooklyn, NY. Curated by Katherine Gressel

2020 Un/Housed: Shelter, Displacement, and a Sense of Home, Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art, Rancho Cucamongo, CA Curated by Rebecca Trawick (pending Covid schedule))

2019 Social Works?: Live, Manchester School of Art, Manchester, UK, Organized by AxisWeb

2019 From You to Me, Local Project, Long Island City, NY
2018 A Tale of Two Cities Exhibition, McColl Center for Art + Innovation, Charlotte, NC

2018 Unfolding New Perspectives: Social Justice / Practice in Book Arts, Denison Library, Scripps College, Claremont CA; curated by Tia Blassingame’s Book Arts & Social Justice Seminar

2018 Artist in Residence Exhibition, McColl Center for Art + Innovation, Charlotte, NC

2017 Access + Mobility, 3 part series of Socially Engaged Art Film Screenings selected from Art21, Creative Time, and A Blade of Grass, Ringling College of Art and Design, Sarasota, FL

2017 Being Well: In Search of Utopia, The Old Stone House, Brooklyn, NY

2017 Building Dialog, No Longer Empty benefit, Bronx, NY

2017 The Exposed Suture, Rond-Point Projects, Marseille, France

2017 Freedom of the Presses, Basch Gallery, Ringling College, Sarasota FL

2017 All That Remains is Nowhere: A Sampling of 21st Century Book Arts, Lyndon House Art Gallery, Athens, GA; curated by Margot Ecke

2017 Missed Connections, Basement Projects, Santa Ana, CA

2017 Into the Fold: A Survey of the Contemporary Field of Book Art, Leslie Curran Gallery, St. Petersburg, FL

2017 Escuela de Arte Util, "Beauty in Transition" displayed as part of Tania Bruguera's art installation, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA

2016 In the Power of Your Care, The Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation 8th Floor Gallery, NYC, curated by Sara Reisman. With artists Simone Leigh, Ana Mendieta, Hannah Wilke, David Wojnarowicz, Jody Wood, and others.

2016 City and City, Aronson Gallery, NYC, Curated by Natasha Marie Llorens

2016 Divisions, screening at Skowhegan Headquarters, NYC

2016 The Malleable Properties of Care, Esopus: Issue 23 launched at Museum of Modern Art, NYC

2016 With Passion, Slag Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2016 Skowhegan 70th Anniversary Awards Dinner (Silent Auction), The Plaza, NYC
2016 Fieldworks: Open Engagement, Oakland Museum of California, Oakland, CA
2016 Fieldworks, MassArt Design and Media Center, Boston, MA

2016 Fieldworks, Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, NY
2016 Broadcasting the Archive, Association de Arte Útil, web archive

2016 Video Art Screening, Royal Academy America, Thompson Square Studios, NYC

2015 Fieldworks, O Cinema Wynwood, Art Basel Miami Beach

2015 Mingled Bodies, Vanity Projects, NYC. Curated by Jovana Stokic
2015 In Search of One City, The Old Stone House, Brooklyn, NY. Curated by Katherine Gressel
2015 Moynihan Station Jobs and Opportunities, Spring/Break Art Fair, NYC.

2015 Video Screening with Jessica Segall’s “Flutteries or A Feeling of Impending Doom,” Time Equities Building, NYC

2015 Faculty Show, Fingesten Gallery, Pace University, NYC

2015 Video Screening with Jessica Segall’s “Paradise Begins with a Shipwreck,” Danese Corey Gallery, NYC

2014 Episodes of Violence, Fourth Wall, Vox Populi, Philadelphia, PA (solo)

2014 Maspeth World of Wheels, Knockdown Center, Queens, NY. (Winner: First place jury’s pick)

2014 Out to See, South Street Seaport, NYC. Curated by Sarah Reisman

2014 Think of Yr Future, Grace Exhibition Space, Brooklyn, NY

2014 Everything and Nothing, Spazio 522, part of West Chelsea Open Studios, NYC

2014 Meat Cleavers and Screen Savers, Kunsthalle Galapagos Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2014 Beauty in Transition, city-wide art project, NYC

2013 Jody Wood VideoArt Screening, Fitness Center for Arts and Tactics, Brooklyn, NY

2013 Vienna Project: Hair Code, Vienna, Austria. Curated by Ildiko Meny

2013 Not Exactly: Between Home and Where I find Myself, RedLine, Denver, CO

2013 5th International Video Art Festival, Museo San Juan de Dios, Camaguey, Cuba

2013 Homelessness and Home, Online exhibit, University of Oregon Philosophy Department

2013 Do It (Outside), Socrates Sculpture Park, NYC. Curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist

2013 Evening Tastes Like the Middle of a Cupcake, El Museo del Barrio, (collaboration with

Jessica Segal and Eric Ramos Guerrero) NYC

2013 Accidents of an Illusionist, Governor's Island, NYC

2012 Film & Video Series, Foundry for Art, Design, & Culture, Cohes NY

2012 Catskill Film and Video Festival, Catskill Community Theatre (Winner: People's Choice

for best Video/Performance Art), Catskill, NY

2012 Play Panopticon, PS1333 Gallery Seoul Art Space Geumcheon, Seoul, Korea

2012 Spoken Stage, The Senior Welfare Center of Seoul, Seoul, South Korea

2012 Spoken Stage, Temporary Space Artist Residency, Seoul, South Korea

2012 Spoken Stage, One Circle Community Theatre, Seoul, South Korea

2012 Preparing for Consumption, Rivington Design House Gallery, NYC

2011 Anomalous Warmth, 319 Scholes Space, Brooklyn, NY (2-person with Mikel Durlam)

2011 The Process of Performance, Institute of Contemporary Art Newtown, Sydney, AU

2011 Letting Go: site-specific performance and video festival, Rogue Art, Newark, NJ

2010 Video Work by Jody Wood, Gallery III, Soho20 Gallery Chelsea, NYC (solo)

2010 Supergirl!, NEXUS/Foundation for Todayʼs Art, Philadelphia, PA

2010 Seize/duplicate\repeat, Savoir Faire Performance Art Series, Soho20 Gallery Chelsea, NYC (2 person)

2009 In For the Kill, Nexus Foundation for Todayʼs Art, Philadelphia, PA

2009 Support Systems: MFA Thesis Exhibition, Art & Design Gallery, Lawrence, KS (solo)

2009 Faculty Show, Lawrence Art Center, Lawrence, KS

2009 Boxing Gloves and Bustiers, Soho20 Gallery Chelsea, NYC. Juried by Kate Gilmore

2008 Sever and Repair, Spencer Museum of Art, Lawrence, KS


What to See in N.Y.C. Galleries in March, The New York Times, written by Jillian Steinhauer, 3/14/24
Jody Wood is Taking Care, Art Spiel, written by Michele Jaslow, 3/4/24
Jody Wood Wants to Change the World, Houstonia Magazine, written by Uvie Bikomo, 7/28/23

Artist’s Work on Housing Insecurity Gives 100% of Proceeds to Houston Tenants in Need, Houston Chronicle, written by Sonia Garcia, 7/19/23
Jody Wood bjuder in till Folkets apotek: “Som ett bibliotek av människor” (Jody Wood invites you to Social Pharmacy: “It is like a library of people”), Skaraborgs Allehanda Daily Paper, written by Amelie Länsberg Rylander, 4/12/22
Huskurer till USA från Björkö, Social Pharmacy featured in Norrtälje Tidning Paper, written by Margaretha Levin Blekastad. 6/28/21 (cover story).

Do It Yourself: Two Artists Building Mutual Aid Systems, A Blade of Grass Editor’s Pick, Kathryn McKinney, 4/24/20
New York artist launches platform to link people in need of help with others amid coronavirus lockdown, The Art Newspaper, Gabriella Angeleti, 4/3/20
From Network to Meshwork: Validation for Social Practice Art and Artists, by Amanda Ravetz and Lucy Wright, published by Manchester Metropolitan University, April 2020, ISBN 978-1-910029-57-2

Can you Choreograph Care? This Artist Says Yes and Charlotte is Trying It, The Charlotte Observer, by Vanessa Infanzon, 2/12/2019

Lessons Learnt, written by Jody Wood, Published in "Social Works? Open" by Axisweb, launched at Social Art Summit, Sheffield, UK, 11/2018

Useless Art: Valuing the Unnecessary in Social Practice written by Jody Wood. Durty Words, Published by Plus Print, Dublin Ireland 12/2018

"What We Want is Here," publication by Asian Arts Initiative, 12/2018

"Wanted: Natural Hair, crocheters, a choir, some gossip - for new work at McColl Center", The Charlotte Observer. By Vanessa Infanzon, 01/17/18

“This Nonprofit is Willing to Bet That Art Can Change the World”, Artsy, by Isaac Kaplan, 05/01/2017

Future Imperfect, published by A Blade of Grass, ISBN 0984230734, 2016

"Care Made Visible," Temporary Art Review. By Mary Wang 9/22/2016

“Whose Care Is it Anyway? Reflections on In The Power of Your Care”, Arte Fuse. By Audra Lambert, 9/20/16

“Artists Share Their Personal, Tragic Experiences of Health and Care”, Hyperallergic. By Gretchen Coombs, 8/5/2016

“Live Fully and Well: Art at Slag Gallery in a Time of Trauma,” Artcritical. By Jessica Holmes, 7/1/16

“11 Must-See Art Shows Opening This Week,” Paper Mag. By Gari Pini, 4/13/16

Editor’s Pick, A curated showcase of short films, The Atlantic. By Jacklyn Skurie, 1/6/2016

”Art Basel in Miami Beach Guide” (Featured Event), Artnet News. By Sarah Cascone, 11/30/15

”Mega Guide to Art Basel Miami Beach 2015” (Featured Event) Paper Mag. By Gari Pini, 11/20/15

“This inspiring salon-on-wheels is bringing hope to people across the country”, Upworthy. By Matt Leibowitz, 12/3/15

 “New Park Slope Art Exhibit Explores Income Inequality” Brooklyn Daily Eagle. By Rob Abruzzese, 8/14/15

“What One Woman Learned From Giving Free Haircuts to the Homeless” ThinkProgress: Economy. By Bryce Covert, 8/12/2015 (Translated and published in Tribune News, Indonesia, and The Daily Standard, Netherlands)

“Hair Salon on Wheels Tries to Inspire Mobility in Homeless Clients” The Huffington Post. By Peak Johnson, 8/3/2015

“Traveling Salon Offers Barber, Beauty Services for Homeless,” Philadelphia Inquirer. By Sarai Flores, 7/4/15

“Interview with Jody Wood” Editorial Magazine. By Whitney Mallett, Spring 2014

“Extraordinary Expats: Jody Wood” Seoulist Magazine. By Sonja Swanson, 4/18/12

“Social Media and Contemporary Art” Das Super Paper. By Kate Britton, 10/11

“Jesse Darling and Jody Wood in conversation” Critical Correspondence: Movement Research Center, 8/23/2011

“Supergirl: Female Artists Show their Videos at Nexus” Philadelphia Inquirer. By Edith Newhall. 1/10/10

“Perspective: Supergirl at Nexus Gallery” Philadelphia City Paper. By Jonathan Wallis, 12/17/09

“Supergirl! All-girl videos at Nexus” By Libby Rosof, 12/22/09


“Episode 855: Jody Wood,” Bad at Sports, Interviewed by Daniel Tucker, Podcast and Chicago Radio WLPN 105.5 FM, Air date: 10/17/23.

Addressing Housing Insecurity by Creating Art Based on the Homes of Those Who Face Eviction, with Michael Hagerty, Houston Public Media (NPR affiliate), air date: 8/25/23

"Jody Wood: Public Health as a Collaborative Performance," Emory University School of Law, Vulnerability and Human Condition Initiative, Voices in Vulnerability Podcast and Weekly Digest.

Jody Wood featured on LIVES radio show, air date: 7/28/21: Archived:

"Bemis Center Explores Empathy and Art with Jody Wood and Christy Chan" KVNO News, Air Date 10/21/17

"Draining the Swamp " TRT World (Turkish Radio & Television) Air Date 1/19/2017

"Jody Wood" Gorky's Granddaughter, February 2016

“This Woman is Washing Out the Stigma of Homelessness” MSNBC Live, Melissa Harris-Perry Show. Air date, 8/15/2015

NBC & FOX News: Televised coverage of Beauty in Transition in Philadelphia. Aired on NBC

Philadelphia Channel 10, Fox News Philadelphia Channel 29 6/23/2015

“On Caring” Hosted by Jovana Stokic, Transborder Art series on Brooklyn Public Television, created by Graciela Cassel. Air date March 2015

“Not Exactly Homeless,” PBS: Arts District. Transmedia story by Carrie Saldo, 6/14/2013

“Nuevos Aires” CubaVision International, air date: 4/29/2013



Assistant Professor and Graduate Program Coordinator (tenure track) - MFA in Art and Social Practice | Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX

• Community Seminar (graduate)

• Collaborative Studio (graduate)

• Professional and Social Practice (graduate)

• Studio Seminar (graduate)

• Research Methods (graduate)

• Thesis I & II (graduate)
• Advanced Studio (undergraduate)

Guest Artist presenter and co-organizer of Student Showcase Event for CareLab with Michele Kahane, Graduate Program in Strategic Design, The New School, NYC

Symposia Section Leader | University of Gothenburg, Sweden

• Contemporary Art & Health, led by Cathryn Klasto

Visiting Artist | Brown University, Providence, RI
• Social Practice, taught by Helina Metaferia

Visiting Artist | University of Oregon,
• Graduate Seminar for MFA students, taught by Eric Guerrero and David Reuter

Visiting Artist | Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY
• Visual Art Seminar, M.F.A. students
• Interactive media, Performance & Installation, undergraduate upper level course taught by Stephanie Dinkins

Guest Professor | Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ
• Art and Design Forum, undergraduate foundations course taught by Jessica Segall

Workshop Leader | The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
• Meaning-Making through Unknowing, workshop,  M.F.A. and undergraduate students enrolled in Social Practice taught by Maria Velasco


Adjunct Assistant Professor | Parsons The New School, NYC

• Altered States of Consciousness and the Creative Process, Special Topics: School of Art, Media, and Technology, Fall 2018

• Integrated Design Studio 6: Senior Thesis Capstone, Spring 2017

• Visiting Critic, Senior Thesis Studio Critiques, Parsons School of Design, NYC

• Visiting Critic, B.F.A. Senior Studio Critiques, Parsons School of Design, NYC


New York University

• External Committee Member, Masters of Art Thesis Review for M.A. Candidate Yang Xi, New York University, Integrated Digital Media


Adjunct Assistant Professor | Pace University, NYC Campus      

• Art as Social Commentary and Political Protest, Civic Engagement Course, Spring 2017, Spring 2016, Spring 2015

• Arts for Change: Learning Community Course paired with Ecological Art, Fall 2016

• Digital Photography: Spring 2014, Fall 2015, Fall 2016

• Visiting Professor, Video I, taught by William Pappenheimer, Pace University, NYC


Master Class Lead Instructor | UnionDocs, Brooklyn, NY

• Translating Empathy: A Seminar Dedicated to Socially Engaged Documentary Art, 2016


Collaborative Studio Mentor | UnionDocs, Brooklyn, NY

• Project Mentor for 2016 Documentary Film Fellows, 2016


Instructor of Record | University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS

• Foundations Drawing I, Spring 2009, Spring 2008, Fall 2007  

• Foundations Drawing II, Fall 2008

Peer Reviewer, PUBLIC, A journal of Imagining America, Published by Syracuse University

Juror, Class of 2017, Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture

Juror, Fellowship Program, The Union Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha, NE


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