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  Lauren F. Adams is a member of Ortega y Gasset Projects collective in NY
  2009 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (Painting)
  2007 Master of Fine Arts, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  2002  Bachelor of Fine Arts, Studio Art/Art History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Honors)
  1998 North Carolina School of the Arts, High School Diploma
  2018 Forthcoming, Pinkard Gallery, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD
  2016 Trove/Trope,  Maxey Museum, Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA
  Brutality Garden,  Mount St. Mary's University, Emmitsburg, MD
  2014 American Catastrophe Report,  Katzen Arts Center Rotunda, American University, Washington, DC (site-specific project through 2015)
  2012 Hoard,  Front Room, Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis, MO
  We The People,  Expo Chicago, with the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis
  A Cloak Over the Ocean,  Back Lane West, Cornwall, UK
  Bear the Sway, South Seattle Community College, Seattle, WA
  2011 Plunder,  Conner Contemporary, Washington, DC
  The Nymph's Reply, Luminary Center for the Arts, St. Louis, MO
  2010 Bitter Harvest, Royal NoneSuch Gallery, Oakland, CA
  2006 Jungle Tender,  Fraction Workspace, Chicago, IL
  2005 Photo A Go Go, Rebus Works, Raleigh, NC (collaboration with Clare Britt)
  2003 Domestic Disturbances, Artspace, Raleigh, NC
  2017 The Nothing That Is, The Carnegie, Covington, KY
    30 Year Anniversary of the Artist Residency Program, Artspace, Raleigh, NC
    Unloaded, University of Kentucky, Lexington and traveling to ICA at Maine College of Art and MCAD Gallery in Minneapolis, MN
    Here, Platform Arts Center, Baltimore, MD
    Dog and Pony Show, Area 405, Baltimore, MD
    Trawick Prize Ruby Anniversary, American University Art Museum, Washington, D.C.
  2016 Of the People, Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY
    Say I Am, Plug Projects, Kansas City, MO
    Trawick Prize, Gallery B, Bethesda, MD
    Appropriating Revolution, Old Stone House, Brooklyn, NY
    Baltimore Rising, Lazarus Center at MICA, Baltimore, MD
    Unloaded, Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY
    Unloaded, Urban Institute of Contemporary Art, Grand Rapids, MI
    FU HB2, The Pink Building, Raleigh, NC
  2015 Leaving Home, Contemporary Applied Arts, London, England
  The Nothing That Is, Contemporary Art Museum Raleigh, North Carolina
  Satellite Squared, Migrational Methods & a Romantic Gonzo Gesture, Satellite Contemporary, Las Vegas, Nevada
  Self-Organized: Aesthetic Politics of the Artist Run, Guest Spot, Baltimore, Maryland
  Rummage, Open Source Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
  Unloaded, Space Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA and traveling to Northern Illinois University Art Museum in DeKalb, IL
  Untitled No. 5, Randall Scott Projects, Baltimore, MD
  Animalia Agitatus, Bruce Gallery at Edinboro University, PA
  Make Things (Happen), Interface Gallery, Oakland, CA (as part of Christine Wong Yap's participatory project)
  2014 Sondheim Artscape Prize Finalists, The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, MD
  EARTHTWERKS and other celestial familiars, SideCar, Hammond, IN
  Rotating History Project: Clermont Forum II, The Clermont Foundation, VA
  The Neighbors, American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center, Washington, DC
  BiPolar, curated by Andrea Pollan at School 33, Baltimore, MD
  Make Things (Happen), contribution to Christine Wong Yap's participatory project at Nathan Cummings Foundation and NYU Tisch School of         the Arts Department of Photography and Imaging galleries, New York
  In This Place, Twilight, Seattle, WA
  Belongings Once Were, University of North Georgia Roy C. Moore Art Gallery, Gainesville, GA (two-person show)
  2013 Relay Relay, Ortega y Gasset, Brooklyn, NY
  Worked, ATHICA: Athens Institute for Contemporary Art, Athens, Georgia
  The Trawick Prize, Gallery B, Bethesda, MD
  Paradise Garden Project, The Carrack, Durham, North Carolina
  Animalia Agitatus, Clarion University Art Gallery, Pennsylvania
  2012 Unravelling the National Trust, Nymans House and Gardens, Sussex, England
  Home Work: Domestic Narratives in Contemporary Art, Green Hill Center for Art, Greensboro, NC
  Out of Fashion, Cameron Art Museum, Wilmington, NC (traveling, curated by Steven Matijcio, SECCA)
  Unlived Histories, Flanders Gallery, Raleigh, NC
  Social Security, Luminary Center for the Arts, St. Louis, MO
  2011 Out of Fashion, South Eastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA), Winston-Salem, NC
  Conversation Pieces, Purdue University, IN
  Local Histories: The Ground We Walk On, Chapel Hill Historical Society, Chapel Hill, NC
  2010 Sweet Jesus, Lemp Brewery, St. Louis, MO   
  I Know What You Did Last Summer, St. Cecilias, Brooklyn, NY
  Countertransferences: Approaches in Social Art Practice, University of North Carolina at Wilmington Cultural Arts Gallery
  2009 Bail Out Biennial, Golden Belt Arts, Durham, NC
  2008 Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA Grant Recipients, CUE Art Foundation, New York, NY
    Meet the Made, Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh, PA
    8-Hour Projects, Boweman Gallery, Allegheny College, Meadeville, PA
    Pro/Con: Political Craft, Rebus Works, Raleigh, NC
  2007 Findings, Regina Gouger Miller Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
  2006 Crosscurrents, Mint Museum of Craft + Design, Charlotte, North Carolina
    Rat Fink's Revenge, Peterson Automotive Museum, Los Angeles, CA
    Fly-Over State Perspectives, University of Maryland Union Gallery, College Park, MD
    Outside Project, ex-Turkish Bath, Belgrade, Serbia
    Still Showing Signs of Life, Future Tenant, Pittsburgh, PA
  2005 Seeing Double, The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA
    Crosscurrents, North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC
    Two for the Seesaw, Branch Gallery, Carrboro, NC
    Vaguely Positive, Future Tenant, Pittsburgh, PA
  2004 The War Room, Artists Image Resource, Pittsburgh, PA
    Best of the Triangle, Lee Hansley Gallery, Raleigh, NC
  2003 Via Penland, Rebus Works, Raleigh, NC
  2002 Loom2, Chatham Label Mill, Pittsboro, N.C. (Co-Curator)
  2001 Loom, Chatham Label Mill, Pittsboro, NC (Co-Curator)
  2017 'Centennial of the Everyday' at Gadsby's Tavern Museum in Alexandria, Virginia, collaboration with Stewart Watson for the Office of Historic Alexandria's TIME and PLACE Program
  2011 St. Louis - Lambert Airport Art Glass Triptych (permanent installation)
  2016 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant
  Maryland State Arts Council Grant (Painting)
  Trawick Prize
  2015 Puffin Foundation Grant
  2014 Sondheim Prize Finalist
  2013 Clark Hulings Fund (Painting)
  2012 Public Art Network Year in Review, House Coat chosen for Top 50 Public Arts Projects (Cosign Projects with Leeza Meksin)
  2011 Sam Fox School Faculty Creative Activity Research Grant
  2009 Wallace-Reader’s Digest Fellowship Endowment, Skowhegan
Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA Grant
  2004 North Carolina Arts Council Regional Artist Project Grant
  2002 Frances L. Phillips Travel Scholarship (Europe)
  2001 Allcott Undergraduate Travel Fellowship (Mexico)
Penland School of Crafts
Jonathan E. Sharpe Scholarship, UNC-CH
Kachergis Memorial Undergraduate Scholarship, UNC-CH
  2000 UNC-CH Robin Hanes Award
  2016 Instituto Sacatar, Bahia, Brazil  
  2015 Joan Mitchell Foundation Center, New Orleans, Louisiana  
  Montello Foundation, Nevada  
  Foundation Kaus Australis, Rotterdam, Netherlands  
  2012 Back Lane West, Cornwall, England  
  2010 Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, France
  2008 Jentel Artist Residency, Wyoming  
  2006 Outside Project: Belgrade  
  2003 Regional Emerging Artist in Residence, Artspace, Raleigh NC

  2017 Mark Jenkins, 'Simple objects speak about living in an 18th-century hostelry', The Washington Post, 8/24
  Alicia Eler, 'Artists take aim at U.S. gun ownership in Minneapolis gallery show', Star-Tribune, Minneapolis, MN 7/6
  2016 Eva Visser, 'Outside/Inside, Interview with Lauren Frances Adams', Puntkomma, Issue 9 February - April 2016
  Jacqueline Bishop, 'For Lauren Adams, Female Artists Need to Learn to Trust Themselves', Huffington Post, 8/15
  2015 Mimi Luse, 'The Nothing That Is', Frieze Magazine, Issue 175 November/December 2015
  Rebekah Kirkman, 'Uncertainty in artist-run efforts as Station North develops', Baltimore City Paper, Baltimore, MD 8/5/15
  2014 Cara Ober, 'Power, Labor, and Material Culture: In The Studio with Lauren Frances Adams', BmoreArt, Baltimore, MD
  Alex Jones, 'Lauren Frances Adams uses the Walters collection to offer revisionist history', Baltimore City Paper, 7/8
  2013 Carrie Hott, 'Ornament & Crime: A conversation with Lauren Frances Adams, Stacy Lynn Waddell and Susanne Slavick', Temporary Art Review, December
  2012 Liz Hoggard, 'Unravelling . . .Nymans', EMBROIDERY Magazine, September/October, published by the Embroiderer's Guild, England and Ireland
  Sarah Hamilton, 'EXPO Chicago, in the thick of things', Artslant, 9/21
  Philip A. Hartigan, 'Wandering the Halls of Chicago's New Art Fair', Hyperallergic, 9/24
  Pedro Velez, 'EXPO Insider Photo Diary', New City Chicago, 9/22
  Liz Farrely, 'Unravelling Nymans', CRAFTS Magazine, Issue No. 236 May/June, The Magazine for Contemporary Crafts, published by the Crafts Council, UK, London, England
  2011 WXII NBC Affiliate, “Fashion Meets Art at SECCA,” television interview with Lauren Adams, 11/2/11
  Baskas, Harriet, USA Today Travel, “Airports cater to art lovers with intriguing installations,” 4/12   *view article*   *view photo*
  Held, Kevin, KSDK, “Glass murals unveiled for Lambert-St. Louis International Airport concourses,” 4/6/11   *view article*
  Potter, Steve, KWMU's Cityscapes on NPR, 'House Coat,' with guests Lauren Adams, Leeza Meksin, and Jake Peterson, 3/25/11
  Keaggy, Diane, 'Art Project Wraps Benton Park house in Spandex," St. Louis Post Dispatch, 3/23/11   *view article*
  Cooperman, Jeanette, "The House Coat Exhibit," STL Magazine 'Secretary of the Interior,' 3/18/2011  *view article*
  University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University Gazette, January, image feature *link*
  2010 Garrison, Chad, River Front TimesArtist Plans to Wrap St. Louis Building in Spandex
  Esking <blog>, "A Bitter Harvest at Royal NoneSuch Gallery, Oakland," March 16, 2010, **
  2009 Frank Stasio, "The Bailout Biennial," WUNC, North Carolina Public Radio, 1/16/09 *listen to podcast*
  David Fellerath, "Group shows in Raleigh and Durham tackle the troubles and hopes of the times: Gone to Croatoan,"
          Independent Magazine, 1/28/09
  Michelle Natale, “’Bailout’ tackles economy,” News & Observer, Raleigh, 2/8/09
  2006 Ann Millett, “Crosscurrents,” Art Papers January/February issue
  Linda Luise Brown, "Turbulent Waters: Exhibit by NC artists is an eruption of emotion," Creative Loafing Charlotte, 5/03/2006
  2005 David Need, “Vision and Time: Photo A Go Go” Independent Magazine, 8/10/2005
  2003 Caitlin Cleary, “Textiles’ Not-So-Subtle Subtext,” The News & Observer, 9/12/2003
  2016 Sharon Butler, 'The Swerve: When Gone-Wrong Goes Right', Two Coats of Paint, 2/16
  Amber Donofrio, 'Acts of Revolution: Local art shows unravel violence, search for change', Ithaca Times, 2/17
  2015 Michael Anthony Farley, 'Brooklyn to Baltimore: A Celebration of Artist-Run Spaces', ART F CITY, 7/30
  Paddy Johnson, 'We Went to Baltimore, Part I: The Art Fair That Doesn't Suck', ART F CITY, 7/20
  Guy Stephens, 'Art Exhibit Examines Our Troubled Relationship With Guns', WNIJ Northern Public Radio, 10/8
  2014 Whitney Kimball and Corinna Kirsch, 'The Sondheim Prize Finalists Exhibition', Art F City, 7/24
  Tim Smith, 'Vibrant works from Sondheim Prize finalists', The Baltimore Sun, 6/20
  Ian MacLean Davis, 'Thoughtful Beauty: The NInth Sondheim Finalists Exhibition', BmoreArt, 6/24
  2013 Lani Asher, "Bushwick: Looking Backwards into the Future," San Francisco Arts Quarterly, November
  2012 Jessica Baran, "Social Security at the Luminary," Riverfront Times, St Louis, MO 12/13
  Steve Potter, "Social Security at the Luminary," Cityscapes, KWMU, St. Louis Public Radio, 11/30
  Nancy Fowler,Now you see it, now you don't: Pop-up art galleries, St. Louis Beacon, 11/27
  Jeff Lusanne, "Expo Chicago: Money and art mingle, with little benefit to art," World Socialist Web Site <blog>, Published by the International Committee of the Fourth International, 9/27/2012
  Paul Laster, "Expo Chicago," Art in America <blog>, 9/2012
  Netta Sadovsky, "Pop Ups All Over," Temporary Art Review <blog>, St. Louis, MO, 3/20/2012
  Justin Lacy, "Art, fashion converge in Cameron exhibits," Star News, Wilmington, NC 4/24/2012
  Kaitlin WIllow, "Textiles, Technology, Technique," Encore Pub, Wilmington, NC 4/27/12
  Justin Lacy, "'Out of Fashion' Exhibit Examines Textile Industry in North Carolina," Star News, Wilmington, NC 7/10
  2011 Tom Patterson, “SECCA exhibits dismantle fabric of our lives,” Winston-Salem Journal, 12/11
  Garrison, Chad, "Spandex and Bling Wrap South St. Louis Home," Riverfront Times, 3/17/11   *view article*
  Fowler, Nancy, "Spandex Wrapped Home Coated with Meaning,"St. Louis Beacon, 3/18/11   *view article*
  WUNC 91.5 North Carolina Public Radio, The State of Things with Frank Stasio, Interview with curators of Local Histories *link*
  Anne Brenner, "Old Museum Space to Host Art Exhibit," 1360 WCHL Radio News Program, January *link to entire audio*
  Eleven Magazine, "Hall of Champions," March issue
  2010 Jessica Baran, “Allison Smith: Needlework,” Riverfront Times, 2/17
  Sasha Fine, “‘Needle Work’: Allison Smith’s transformative ability,” Student Life, Washington University Student Newspaper, 2/17
  Carmen Rodriguez, "Social issues at forefront of UNCW art exhibit", Star News Online, June 30, 2010
  WHQR, Midday Cafe with Jemila Ericson, May 26, 2010 *link*
  Byron Kerman, "Stitching in Time: Allison Smith's 'gas masks'", St. Louis Magazine, February, St. Louis House Enters Flashdance Architectural Period, October
  Klayko, Branden, Architect's NewspaperArtist Proposes House Coat for St.Louis, October
  "SC State University Hosts Art Exhibit:'"Sumptuary Series'" The Collegian, November 9, 2010
  2009 Proximity Magazine, "Bailout Biennial," *link*
  Blue Greenberg, "Budgetless Political Art Show Rich With Ideas," Durham Herald-Sun, 1/25/09 *download .pdf*
  Dawn Baumgartner Vaughan, "Artists take shots at bailout," Durham Herald-Sun, 1/30/09 *download .pdf*
  Marti Maguire, “Artists Weigh In,” News & Observer, Raleigh, 2/23/09
  Dave Hart, “As recession stalls economy, creativity booms,” The Durham News, 2/14/09
  Andrew Hibbard, “Bailout Biennial,” Duke Chronicle, 1/22/09
  elin slavick and Maria DeGuzman, "The Bailout Biennial," Culture Work, October 2009, Vol. 13, No. 4
  Stefene Russell, "New Gallery in Benton Park: Cosign Projects," LOOK/LISTEN, St. Louis Magazine's Art Blog, 11/16/09
  2008 Penni Schaefer, "8 Hour Project," Meadeville Tribune, 09/07/08
David Millsaps, "Pro/Con: Political Craft @ Rebus Works" New Raleigh, 10/03/08
Kurt Shaw, “Mattress Factory's 'Gestures' exhibit lets visitors meet the robots,” The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Pittsburgh, PA 8/07/08
Mary Thomas, “Mattress Factory's 'Meet the Made' has people behaving like androids,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Pittsburgh, PA  8/14/08
Chic Cityrats [blog], “Meet the Made,”, 08/2008
2007 Sarah Mogin, “Finding Art on Campus,” The Tartan, 4/16/2007
Bad at Sports Podcast, Episode 34
"Museum Piece," Our State Magazine, 3/2006
Ted McIrvine, "Avant-Garde Exhibit," Hendersonville News, 2/12/2006
  2005 Ellen Sung, “NCMA's 'Crosscurrents' runs in many directions,” News & Observer, 10/9/2005
  Hannegan, Barry, "'Seeing Double' shows Warhol's influence moving into future," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 4/16
  Brennan, Lissa, "The Twice-Over," Pittsburgh City Paper, 4/20 - 4/27
  Shaw, Kurt, "Seeing Double," Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, 2/22
  2004 Mollie McClelland, “The War Room,” New People Magazine, Pittsburgh, 11/2004
  Glen Justice, "Assault Weapons Ban," The New York Times, 5/10 (photo)
  2003 Todd Mormon, "In Search of Precision Journalism," The Independent Magazine, 5/3/2003 (photo credit)
Dani Nation, “Same Space, New Blood,” Lather Weekly. 3/2003
Elin O’Hara Slavick, “On Target,” Independent Magazine, 3/13/2003
  2002 Nathan Gelgud, "Sophomore Jinx," Independent Magazine
  2001 Jonnelle Davis, “Loom of History,” Chapel Hill News, 12/9/2001
Nathan Gelgud, “Loom in Essence,” Independent Magazine, 12/12/2001
  2012 -- Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, Full-time Faculty, Painting
  2008 --Washington University in St. Louis, Assistant Professor, Painting
  2007/08 Chatham University, Adjunct Professor of Art
  2007 Carnegie Mellon University, Adjunct Professor of Art (Painting)
  2016 Panelist, Time & Place: A Conversation About Art, History and Community, City of Alexandria’s Office of the Arts and Office of Historic Alexandria, Virginia (March)
  Artist Talk, Instituto Sacatar Fellows, Goethe Institute, Salvador, Bahia Brazil (March)
  2015 Panelist, MOVEMENTS TO THE ARTIST RUN - A DISCUSSION ON THE SELF-ORGANIZED, Guest Spot at the Reinstitute, Baltimore, MD (July)
  Panelist, Anatomising the Museum, Valand Academy, University of Gothenburg, Sweden (November)
  Visiting Critic, Valand Academy, University of Gothenburg, Sweden (November)
  Panelist, LABOR, New York City Creative Salon (October)
  2014 Visiting Critic and Artist Talk, MFA Studio Program, MICA (July)
  Artist Talk, University of North Georgia, Gainesville (October)
  Artist Talk, Corcoran College of Art, Washington, DC (December)
  Artist Talk, Towson University, Baltimore, MD (May)
  2013 Artist Talk, American University, Washington D.C. (February)
  2012 Visiting Critic, Funen Academy of Fine Art, Odense, Denmark (May)
  Artist Talk, Back Lane West, 'Straight and Crooked Thinking' Series, Cornwall, UK (June)
  Collaborative presentation with Gina Caison, 'Re-imaging White and Harriot in Contemporary Roanoke Island', Roanoke Island, NC, for Roanoke Conundrum: Fact and Fiction symposium (October)
  Artist Talk, Webster University, St. Louis, MO (February)
  2011 Visiting Artist and Lecture, Alfred University School of Art and Design Foundations and MFA programs, Alfred, New York (September)
  Artist Talk, Luminary Center for the Arts, St. Louis, MO, March
  Artist Panel, Installation Processes, Luminary Center for the Arts, St. Louis, MO
  2010 San Jose State University, Digital Media BFA/MFA Program (seminar lectures), March
  "Women in Art World Academia," Faculty Panel Discussion for the Committee on Women and Art, Washington University in St. Louis, March
  Curator's Talk on Needle Work, Kemper Museum of Art @ Washington University in St. Louis, February + March
  "NSFH (Not Safe for Home): Politics and Domestic Decoration," presentation on the panel 'Pattern and Decoration from Rococo to the Present' at the South Eastern College Art Conference, Richmond, Virginia, October
  2009  Presentation with Huong Ngo, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department of Art, April, 2009
   Southeastern College Art Conference in Mobile, Alabama with Carrie Hott, October
  2008 “Space Invaders: An Afternoon with the Rat King,” Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh, PA, August
    “Jentel Presents,” Fulmer Library, Sheridan, Wyoming,  July
    "A Select and Somewhat Narrative History of Self-Portraiture," University of Illinois at Chicago, Photography Seminar, March
    Artist Talk, Painting Guild, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC
  2006 "Fly-over State Perspectives," a panel with Zoe Charlton and Jeffry Cudlin at the University of Maryland,
               College Park entitled "Identities: Personal Perspective," September
    "On the 100 year anniversary of Sinclair's The Jungle," a Fraction Workspace Workshop with Stacey Kirby, April
  2014 SPACE/LAUNCH, Skowhegan Publication (edition of 500)
  The Front Room: Artists' Projects at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis 2008-2013, Publshed by CAMSTL and D.A.P.
  2013 PIECRUST MAGAZINE, "Proof" Special Editions Issue #5 (limited edition work on paper)
  2012 Unravelling the National Trust, Nymans House and Gardens, England
  Unlived Histories, Flanders Gallery, Raleigh
  PIECRUST MAGAZINE, "Soft & Sweaty" Spring & Summer 2012, Volume 1, Issue 2
  2011 Conversation Pieces, Purdue University
  2010 Needle Work, Allison Smith at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, Washington University in St. Louis, University of Chicago Press
  2008 Meet the Made, Published by Robot 250 and the Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh, PA
    Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA Grant Recipients, Published by the Joan Mitchell Foundation, New York    *VIEW ESSAY*
    Looking Back, Published by Artspace, North Carolina
  2007 Findings, Published by the Regina Gouger Miller Gallery and Carnegie Mellon University, MFA catalogue
  2006 Rat Fink's Revenge: The Custom Monster Collection, Tornado Design    *VIEW*
    Jungle Tender, Published by Fraction Workspace
  2005 Crosscurrents, Published by the North Carolina Museum of Art and the Mint Museum of Craft + Design    *VIEW*    *VIEW ENTRY*
  Temporary Art Review
  2013 The Swerve, co-curated with Jennifer Coates: Julia Bland, Caroline Wells Chandler, Glenn Goldberg, Bill Komoski, Joyce Kozloff, Bruce Pearson, Sarah Peters, James Siena, and Barbara Takenaga at Ortega y Gasset Projects in Brooklyn, NY
  2013 Ornament and Crime, Stephanie Syjuco, Susanne Slavick, David Mabb, and Stacy Lynn Waddell at Ortega y Gasset Projects in Bushwick, NY
  2011 House Coat, Leeza Meksin at Cosign Projects
  2010 Needle Work, Allison Smith at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, Washington University in St. Louis    *VIEW*      *VIEW PRESS RELEASE*
YESRAD: Radical Positivity, Matt Barton at Cosign Projects
Anthem, Susanne Slavick at Cosign Projects
Sweet Jesus, with Juan William Chavez, Kiersten Torrez, William Gass and Jake Peterson, at the Lemp Brewery in St. Louis, MO
Lamp, Carrie Hott at Cosign Projects
  2009 I'm #1, Clare Britt at Cosign Projects, St. Louis, MO
Flags for Hiroshima, elin o'Hara slavick at Cosign Projects, St. Louis, MO
Home Game, Jessica Langley at Cosign Projects, St. Louis, MO
The Other Side, Cheryl Wassenaar and Brigid Dolan at Cosign Projects
Past Perfect, Present Tense, the students of the eponymous course at Washington University in St. Louis, Des Lee Gallery   *VIEW CLASS BLOG*
  2007 Rodent Redux and Other Prospects, Michelle Fried at TAI+LEE Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
  2006 Arboreal Resonance, Daniel Letson and Spencer Longo at TAI + LEE Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
  Emerging in Summer Eyries, Jessica Langley at TAI+LEE Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
  Git 'er Done, Jan Descartes at TAI+LEE Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
  Dance Dance Revolutionary, Fereshteh Toosi at TAI+LEE Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
  The Tale of Old Lady Merrell, Julia Stein AKA Juliacks at TAI+LEE Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
  Go With the Flow: A Whole Other Kettle of Fish, Ian Ingram and Thomas Sturgill at TAI+LEE Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
  2002 LOOM2, Chatham Label Mill, Pittsboro, NC (Co-curator)
  2001 Loom, Chatham Label Mill, Pittsboro, NC (Co-curator, co-founder)
  Last update October 2017