2015 MFA, Parsons The New School for Design, Fine Arts
2010 BA, Sarah Lawrence College, Art/Art History, Social History
Punching Up, Richard and Dolly Maass Gallery, Purchase College
Ditto, Mindscape Universe, Berlin, Germany
A Garden Sown!, Los Ojos Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Queer Threads: Crafting Identity and Community, Mills Gallery at the Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA, curated by John Chaich
Bring Your Own Body: Transgender Between Archives and Aesthetics, Haverford College Exhibits, Haverford, Pennsylvania, curated by Jeanne Vaccaro and Stamatina Gregory
Bring Your Own Body: Transgender Between Archives and Aesthetics, Grunwald Gallery of Art, Bloomington, Indiana, curated by Jeanne Vaccaro and Stamatina Gregory
Dog and Baby Show Screening, Video! Video! Chicago, IL
Orange, Kilroy Metal Ceiling, Brooklyn, NY
Queer Threads: Crafting Identity and Community, Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), Baltimore, MD, curated by John Chaich
Bring Your Own Body: Transgender Between Archives and Aesthetics, Glass Curtain Gallery at Columbia College, Chicago, curated by Jeanne Vaccaro and Stamatina Gregory
Bring Your Own Body: Transgender Between Archives and Aesthetics, 41 Cooper Gallery, Cooper Union, curated by Jeanne Vaccaro and Stamatina Gregory
Off Pink, Parsons MFA Thesis Exhibition, The Kitchen, NYC, curated by Tina Kukielski
New Work New York: MFA Biennial, St. Nick’s Alliance/ Arts @ Renaissance, Brooklyn, curated by Kat Griefen
Mutlifarious Array Reading Series, Pete’s Candy Store, Brooklyn, curated by Isaac Richard Pool
To Be Real: Queer Icons, screening at MIX: New York Queer Experimental Film Festival, Brooklyn
D.I.C.T.I.O.N.A.R.Y. Reading Series Closing Marathon, The Spectrum, Brooklyn, curated by Stephen Boyer
Hysterically Accurate: Comedic Critiques of History, 25 East Gallery, NYC
Queer Threads: Crafting Identity and Community, Leslie Lohman Museum, NYC, curated by John Chaich
Together Men Make Paradigms, a play by Maxe Crandall, Dixon Place, NYC
Lumpy Discourses, 25 East Gallery, Parsons, NYC, curated by AK Burns and Christine Howard Sandoval
Frameline San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival, San Francisco, CA
Squirts: New Voices in Queer Performance, La Mama Experimental Theater Club, NYC
Hobby Group, JoAnn's Fabrics, Allen Park, Michigan, curated by Isaac Richard Pool and Crystal Palmer
New Museum IDEAS CITY Festival, LGBT Center street performance, NYC, curated by Rick Herron
Craftivism, Le Petit Versailles, NYC, curated by Coral Short
Performance of “Teddy Poems: The Unstuffing” at The Bureau’s First Birthday, The Bureau of General Services—Queer Division, NYC
Pride by Papercut, The Bureau of General Services—Queer Division, NYC
40 Under 40: Craft Futures, Renwick Gallery at the Smithsonian American Art Museum (Collaboration with LJ Roberts), Washington, DC
MIX NYC: The 25th New York Queer Experimental Film Festival, NYC
Pop-Up Museum of Queer History NYC, Leslie Lohman Museum, NYC
CREEPS III Collective Show, Ed. Varie Gallery, NYC
Small Works for Big Change, Sylvia Rivera Law Project Benefit, Jack Studios, NYC
MIX NYC: The 24th New York Queer Experimental Film Festival, 45 Bleecker, NYC
LJ Roberts (collaborator), Grizzly Grizzly, Philadephlia, PA
Queer Me, The LGBT Center, NYC
Local and Emerging Film, Radical Queer Semaine, Montreal, QC, Canada
The Pop-Up Museum of Queer History, Quorum Forum, Brooklyn
Ripe, The Keyhole, Kansas City, Missouri
Ripe, Leedy-Voulkos Art Center, Kansas City, Missouri
C.A.T.S. Callin’, Port D’Or, Brooklyn, NYC
2016 Creative Capital Summer Intensive, Brooklyn, NY
2015 Vermont Studio Center, residency with merit grant, Johnson, VT
2013-2014 The New School University Merit Award
2013 Asylum International Jewish Artist Retreat, organized by the Six Points Fellowship, Garrison, NY
Public Lectures/Panel Discussions/Workshops
2017 (forthcoming) “Queering Performance: Humor, Identity, Documentary, and Drag” Workshop at Purchase College with Loren Britton (art historical slide lecture, queer theory discussion, and writing/drawing workshop).
2016 Trans Aesthetics in the Marriage Equality Utopia: A Micro-Manifesto, CLAGS After Marriage Conference, CUNY John Jay College, Roundtable discussion
Visiting Artist Lecture and Studio Visits, Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY, Advanced Painting & Drawing, Prof. John O'Connor
2015 TransEuphoria Now!, 41 Cooper Gallery, Cooper Union, Panel Discussion organized by Visual AIDS, for the Bring Your Own Body exhibition
2014 Artist talk with Todd Oldham, Queer Threads, Leslie Lohman Museum
2013 Making Art Out of Queer History, Pop Up Museum of Queer History Block Party in DUMBO (lecture/workshop)
2012 Moderator, Jewish Art Salon, Columbia / Barnard Kraft Center
2011 "Queer That Museum Chat: A Guerrilla Docent Tour of Hide/Seek at Brooklyn Museum," Pop Up Museum of Queer History
2010 Moderator, Performing Gender, Sarah Lawrence College Women's History Conference
2016 Creative Capital Summer Intensive, Professional Development Program
2009 Youth Organizing Fellowship, Young People For, People for the American Way Foundation
2008-2009 Grace Paley Organizing Fellowship, Jews for Racial and Economic Justice
Renwick Gallery at the Smithsonian American Art, Washington, DC (Collaborator of LJ Roberts on The Queer Houses of Brooklyn and the Three Towns of Boswyck, Breukelen and Midwout in the 41st Year of the Stonewall Era)
Catalog essay on painter Adam Novak for Fragmented Gaze, curated by Loren Britton. Tiger Strikes Asteroid Gallery, Los Angeles, July 2016.
Philadelphia Gay News, November 3, 2016. Ray Simon, "Local College Explores Trans History, Artistry."
VICE, The Creators Project, October 27, 2016. Antwaun Sargent, A Look Inside the First Queer Show at Yale School of Art.
Two Coats of Paint, October 21, 2016. Sharon Butler, "Examining Queer at Yale University. "
Barker & Jane, Cultural Studies: Theory & Practice, 5th edition., p. 106.
Art F City, June 13, 2016. Paddy Johnson and Michael Anthony Farley, "This Week’s Must-See Events: Queer Power Edition."
Observer, July 30, 2016. Alanna Martinez, "Martha Wilson to Debut Trump Impersonation, and 5 Other Things to Do." Listing for A Garden Sown closing event and screening of Clothes Feelings at Los Ojos.
The Boston Globe, May 5, 2016. "The Week Ahead: Art, Music, Theater, and More."
The Chicago Tribune, January 27, 2016. Lori Waxman, "She, He, They, Ze: Transgender art and artists at Columbia College."
Hyperallergic, Nov 11, 2015. Carolina Drake, “An Archival and Artistic Exploration of Transgender Identity.”
POZ Magazine Online, Nov 6, 2015. “Remembering Trans Artist and HIV Activist Chloe Dzubilo.”
Art in America, Oct 29, 2015. “The Lookout: ‘Bring Your Own Body.’”
Paper Magazine, Oct 19, 2015. Layne Weiss, “A Look at ‘Bring Your Own Body,’ A New Exhibit Exploring Trans Histories and Identities.”
New York Times, Feb 20, 2013. Holland Cotter, “Queer Threads: Crafting Identity and Community.”
Busy Beaver Button Co. Blog, Feb 11, 2013. Abby, “Buttons Celebrate Queer Culture and History.”
ArtNews Blog, January 30, 2013. Robin Cembalest, “Avant-Garde Quilt Explosion!”
Mr. X Stitch, January 8, 2013. Jamie Chalmers, “Showtime! Queer Threads—Leslie Lohman Museum, New York.”
Art F City, October 3, 2013. Paddy Johnson and Hannah Garner, “A Queer Education: a Pop-Up Museum comes to Brooklyn.”
The Huffington Post, February 7, 2013. John-Stuart Faquet, "What the Future Might Be: Dan Fishback’s SQUIRTS."
Artforum.com, January 30, 2013. Katie Anania, "Critics Pick: '40 Under 40: Craft Futures.'"
Next Magazine, Dec 28, 2012. Brian Sloan, “Under One Roof: Spotlight (Squirts).”
Time Out NY, Critics Pick: Squirts. Dec 19, 2012.
Creeps 3rd Annual Magazine, October 31, 2012.
Next Magazine, Brian Sloan, January 19, 2011, nextmagazine.com “SCENE + HEARD: A Queer History Museum “Pops Up” In Bushwick.”
The Pitch, Chris Packham, February 25, 2010, pitch.com. “Mikal Shapiro's Ripe moves to Leedy-Voulkos.”
Queering Space, Green Gallery at Yale University (Assistant Curator)
Hysterically Accurate: Comedic Critiques of History, 25 East Gallery, New York, NY
thirtynothing: the exhibit, Associate Curator. Dixon Place lounge, New York, NY
The Pop-Up Museum of Queer History—Soho, Leslie Lohman Gay Art Foundation, New York
The Pop-Up Museum of Queer History, Quorum Forum, Brooklyn, New York