Category Archives: Exhibitions: Group

14th Annual Artlink Juried Exhibition

Artlink Phoenix has asked me to be a juror on their annual juried exibition along with SMoCA director Tim Rodgers and artist, professor, and ASU Herberger Institute faculty director Adriene Jenik. I had a great time viewing some of the talented artists who reside in Phoenix. Below is some information about the show:

Artlink Phoenix is excited to present the 14th Annual Juried Exhibition. We are fortunate to have prominent members of the Arizona arts community as this year’s jurors: SMoCA director Tim Rodgers; artist, professor, and ASU Herberger Institute faculty director Adriene Jenik; and artist Cory Weeks.


We invite you to join us for the opening reception on the night of February 3, 6 to 10 p.m., at the Artlink A. E. England Gallery. At the reception you will have a chance to meet this year’s selected artists, jurors, Artlink board members, and volunteers. The jurors chose ten accomplished artists working in mediums that include sculpture, painting, photography, and drawing. We will also award monetary prizes for the jurors’ top selections.

Exhibition Dates: February 3-17, 2012
Opening Reception: Friday, February 3, 6-10 PM
Closing Reception: Friday, February 17, 6-9 PM

Exhibiting artists: Julie Anand, Jesse Armstrong, Matthew T. Clark, Lee Davis, Jolyn Frazier, Ronna Nemitz, Steve Paoli, Eduardo L. Rivera, Julio Cesar Rodarte, and Catherine Ruane

Stories of Us

Excited to be included in this upcoming exhibition. My video swallow will be projected on the opening and closing receptions.


Artlink A. E. England Gallery: October 7 – October 28, 2011

Opening Reception: October 7, 6-10 PM
Closing Reception: October 21, 6-9 PM

Artists living in Arizona come together to celebrate the two year anniversary of the Artlink Galleries in a group show this October at the Artlink A. E. England Gallery for an exhibition entitled, Stories of Us.

The curatorial team has put together a diverse exhibition of 2D, 3D, and video work. The exhibition represents the artwork of artists who have shown in the Artlink A. E. England Gallery and/or the Artlink Gallery at Heritage Square in the past two years. The selected artists demonstrate a wide variety style and media representing stories of their own experience as new, emerging, and established artists from the local community. The exhibition will also be part of the Arizona Humanities festival ‘Stories of Us’ that will be happening through Civic Space Park on October 22nd.

Exhibiting Artists: Stephanos Antoniades, Andrea Berg, Lee Davis, Sean Deckert, Daniel Funkhouser, Angelica Jubran-Bishara, Christina Mesiti, Cesar Napoleon, Christy Puetz, Junjie Verzosa, and Cory Weeks.

Quick before it melts! group show at ICE house May 27th!

A group show to help save the Ice house this Friday May 27th, 2011. I will be exhibiting a few pieces from the installation The Bird Cage from a past collaboration with Alison Sweet. More information can be found at the Icehouse.

Hope to see you there!


Sensory Consciousness / Bold Statements: Works by Arizona Women

A few photos from my series Third Trimester that are meant to explore the sensory notions of gender, stereotype, and the cultural and social norms that influence them will be displayed in the group show Sensory Consciousness / Bold Statements: Works by Arizona Women. As the director of the A.E. England Gallery I am co-curating this show with the A. E. England Curatorial team. Very excited to be showing with such a great group of talented female artists.


Sensory Consciousness / Bold Statements:
Works by Arizona Women

Artlink A. E. England Gallery: December 3 – December 24, 2010

Opening Reception: December 3, 6-10 PM (7 PM Live Performances)
Closing Reception: December 17, 6-9 PM

Women artists living in the Arizona come together in a group show this December at the Artlink A. E. Gallery for an exhibition entitled, Sensory Consciousness / Bold Statements: Works by Arizona Women.

The curatorial team has put together a diverse exhibition of 2D, 3D, video, and performance work by reputable and emerging women artists of this region. The exhibition represents the artwork being produced today by women who are living in a place that is politically and historically charged in a particular way; a place where one must navigate, physically and psychologically in a conscious manner. The selected artists demonstrate this acute sensory experience through their artwork, making statements that are bold, controversial, subtle, and relevant to the discourse of our time.

Live performance art will be presented in the gallery on December 3, starting at 7:00 pm during the First Friday Art walk.

Exhibiting Artists: Julie Anand, Stacy Blackmer-Blomquist, Tristyn Bustamante, Brittany Dion, Jessica Dolence, Kelly Flanagan, Adriana Gallego, Julie Ganas, April Grady-Reyna, Hilary Harp, Mary Hood, Adriene Jenik, Angelica Jubran-Bishara, Lauren Lentini, Tara Logsdon, Layla Luna, Muriel Magenta, Jill Martin, Gabriela Munoz, Janice Pittsley, Olivia Timmons, Rosalind Shipley, Suzie Silver, Alison Sweet, Jen Urso, Lisa Von Koch, Cory Weeks, and Angela Young.

With Performances by: Michele Ceballos, Megan Cox, Angelica Jubran-Bishara, Natalie Brewster Nguyen, Sarah Smith and Lisa Von Koch.

5th Urban Gallery Exhibition

The 5th Urban Gallery Exhibition will begin April 2, 2010 from 6-9 pm at the Arizona State University Downtown Phoenix campus, University Center, 411 N. Central Ave. I will be exhibiting a few pieces in the show that includes over 600 works. I will be back and forth from this show and my collaborative exhibition The Bird Cage across the street at the A. E. England Gallery. Please feel free to stop by both shows!

5th urban gallery Web

Unpolished Exhibition

In this exhibition that examines modern day feminism I will be exhibiting my video Layers. This work examines the layers of typical stereotypes that are projected onto women by media, corporations, the community, as well as by women themselves. Information for the show can be found below.

Unpolished Web


In 2007, galleries and museums across the country undertook a major reexamination of feminist art with exhibitions like MOCA LA’s “Wack: Art and the Feminist Revolution” and “Global Feminisms” at the Brooklyn Museum. These major exhibitions demonstrated that the feminist art movement is among the most influential developments in post-war art, and furthermore that it has undergone continual development since its inception in the1960’s. What is the legacy of this tradition for local living artists? What does feminist art look like in the 21st century? We are exhibiting all ASU SOA artists (faculty, graduate students, undergraduates) as well as local artists.”

Opening reception:
December 4, 2009 from 6-10pm
There will be live performance art by Diana Calderon and Lisa Von Koch. Diana’s will start at 6:15pm and will be ongoing and Lisa’s will begin at 7:30.

Closing reception:
December 18, 2009 from 6-10pm

Artists: Catherine Akins, Victoria Aguilar, Lindsay Benkel, Chloe Boleyn Palmer, Diana Calderon, Jessica Dolence, Kelly Flanagan, Karen Hernandez, Katie Hovencamp, Lisa Von Koch, Victoria Latunski, Mary Meyer, Mary Bates Neubauer, Tara O’Connor, M. Jenea Sanchez, Forrest Solis, Cory Weeks, Ryan Woods, and Angela Young

You can read more about the exhibition in the write up in the Phoenix New Times.