My dear friend, brilliant artist, and super woman, Tosha Stimage has started something amazing: The Black Infinity is a collective that will provide exhibitions, online marketing platforms, and professional development for artists of color. I am thrilled to be in it's inaugural show next month at No Place gallery.
Support POC artists! The Black Infinity has launched a GoFund me to help support its efforts. If you can, please consider DONATING HERE
I will have new work in An idea of a boundary, a group exhibition curated by Jackie Im at the San Francisco Arts Commission Main Gallery.
The show is up from September 22 to January 20.
Eda Yu from KQED Arts wrote a feature on my exhibition, Eleven and a Half Hours, with Shirin Abedinirad: Making Iran and Oakland Feel Like the Same Place
Today is my first day as faculty at California College of the Arts!
I am teaching two Tools 1: Black & White Photography classes through CCA's Mentored Photography Teaching Fellowship program.
My upcoming group show, An idea of a boundary was featured in San Francisco Chronicle's 10 Fall 2017 Exhibitions Not to be Missed
So excited to collaborate with Shirin Abedinirad for Eleven and a Half Hours, curated by Shaghayegh Cyrousat Aggregate Space in Oakland.
The show is up from August 18 to September 23.
I went back to my alma mater, Alfred University, to give a talk to High School students participating in the New York State Summer School of the Media Arts (NYSSSA). NYSSSA is 4 week intensive where students have the opportunity to work in animation, sound, film, and photography. Students must be full-time New York State residents in grades 8 -12 and tuition assistance is available!
I graduated with my MFA from California College of the Arts!