Minnesota Mean: Participatory Work @ MCAD

Part of The Twin Cities Takeover, Minnesota Mean: The Students Take Measure is a student exhibition of activist work on display in the Main Gallery from January 16th to March 6th. On February 22nd, two of my participatory works will be installed, Untitled (Sexuality as Identity) and Untitled (Perpetuating the Cycle), a new piece proposed specifically for this show. […]

MCAD Art Sale 2015: November 19 – 21

The annual art sale at the Minneapolis College of Art & Design is just over a week away! Students and alumni will have work for sale from a wide array of disciplines. Follow the link below for tickets and to preview the art work: http://mcad.edu/events-fellowships/art-sale I will have work available from the past couple years, […]

MCAD Week 1 + Meeting Waters

The incredible amount of advice, opportunity, diversity of practices, and level of expectation thus far at the Minneapolis College of Art & Design is just what I was looking for in a Master’s program. I am proud to have made it through my first week with my mental health intact! Already I am hoarding a […]

The Meeting Waters: MCAD MFA Exhibition

Opening Friday, August 28th from 6 to 9 pm at the Whittier Gallery, The Meeting Waters is an exhibition of the students of the MFA program at the Minneapolis College of Art & Design! Exploring the theme of ‘transition’ has been invigorating as I prepare to move to Minneapolis, strengthen friendships, say goodbye to family, […]

Adopt Art Omaha: The Dog Show @ RNG Gallery tonight!

The Dog Show is an exhibit featuring interpretations of Banksy the dog by an incredible amount of local artists from all ranges of their career. Here’s a small sample: Bart Vargas, Watie White, Stephen Kavanaugh, Courtney Porto Kenny, Sarah Rowe, Kim Darling, Ryan Haralson, Linda Hatfield, Sam White, Nadia Shinkunas, Emma Reker, William Holland, Erin […]

Let’s Go 2015! – Exhibitions, MFA Applications, and Linework

As the deadlines approach for the four MFA program contenders, 2015 has so far been full of tweaking images and personal statements. Although there is no guarantee that I will make it into one of these programs for Fall, the process itself has given me so much more insight into the direction of my work […]