September 12 - October 17, 2015

Mary Beth Heffernan
 


EDUCATION

1995

Studio Program
Whitney Independent Study Program, New York, NY

1994

MFA, Photography
California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA

1987

BFA, Graphic Design
Boston University, Boston, MA
Magna Cum Laude
 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2015

Blue
Sloan Projects, Bergamot Station, Santa Monica, CA
Curated by Hannah Sloan. Catalog with essay by Michelle Latiolais

PPE Portrait Project
A social practice intervention at the invitation of Dr. Moses Massaquoi, Chair, Ebola Case Management, Liberia

ELWA 2 Ebola Treatment Unit, Montserrado County
Tubmanburg Ebola Treatment Unit, Bomi County
National Mandingo Caucus of Liberia Ambulance Team, Montserrado County

2011

Parks Exhibition Center
Idyllwild Arts Academy, Idyllwild, CA

Curated by Gallery Director Mallory Cremin
15 year survey.

2008

Replete and Soldier's Skin: Considering Masculinity and Loss
Orange Coast College Art and Photography Galleries
Curated by Richard Kraft

2007

The Soldier's Skin
Pasadena City College Art Gallery, Pasadena, CA

Curated by Brian Tucker, Catalog with essays by Brian Tucker and the artist
Exhibition part of the Pasadena Art Council’s triennial “Festival of Ideas and Art”

2005

Field
Reynolds Gallery Projects, University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA
Curated by Molly Toberer

2004

KnifeKiss
Nelson Gallery, Pasadena City College, Pasadena, CA
Curated by Geoffrey Allen

2003

Knife: New Works
Lamson & Goodnow, Shelburne Falls, MA
Residency exhibition commissioned by Kurt Zanner,
Vice President of Sales and Marketing

2002

Knife and Corpus Inductum
Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA
New faculty exhibition

2000

The Replete Series
The Mill at Shady Lea, North Kingston, RI

1998

The Becoming Series
The Mill at Shady Lea, North Kingston, RI

1995

Becoming
Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

1993

The Mythology of the Nude: (Re)examining Identity
Idyllwild School of Music and the Arts, Idyllwild, CA

1992

The Mythology of the Nude: (Re)examining Identity
Sushi Performance and Visual Art, San Diego, CA

The Mythology of the Nude: (Re)examining Identity
The University of Alabama Photography Gallery, Tuscaloosa, AL

Stereotypes, Icons and Ideology
Enigma Gallery, San Diego, CA

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONs

2015

Monster Drawing Rally
Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA
By invitation of Irene Tsatsos, Gallery Director
Outpost@Armory drawing event and fundraiser

2014

Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock auction fundraiser exhibition
By invitation of CFAER Director of Development, Renee Dominique

2013

Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock auction fundraiser exhibition
By invitation of CFAER Director of Development, Renee Dominique

2012

Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock auction fundraiser exhibition
By invitation of CFAER Director of Development, Renee Dominique

2011

Hot Town
323 Projects, (323) TIE-IN-LA.
Curated by Tucker Neel
Sound installation collaboration with Bruno Louchouarn

Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock auction fundraiser exhibition
By invitation of CFAER Director of Development Renee Dominique

2010

N/either Swords N/or Plowshares: Functional F/utilities
Cerritos College Art Gallery, Norwalk, CA
Curated by James MacDevitt

City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs Individual Artist Fellowship Award Exhibition (COLA)
Barnsdale Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Catalogue

2009

Repair Shop.” A Day in LA: Washington Boulevard Art Concert
Curated by Stephen van Dyck
11 October 2009

"Art of the Everyday."
Bathhouse Cultural Center, Dallas, TX (March and April)
Visual Arts Gallery, at University of Texas-Dallas (March/May)
Curated by Prof. Marilyn Walgore

2008

Tattoos and Personal Expression
Branigan Cultural Center, Las Cruces, NM
Curated by Rebecca Slaughter

Intersection 2008
Contemporary Art for the Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock

Curated by Outpost

2007

Monster Drawing Rally
Contemporary Art at the Women’s Twentieth Century Club. Los Angeles, CA
By invitation of Outpost Director Julie Deamer
Live drawing event and fundraiser

First Kiss
Monte Vista Projects, Los Angeles, CA
Curated by Candice Lin

It Figures
Torrance Art Museum, Torrance, CA
Curated by Kristina Newhouse

The Book of Lies, Volumes I, II & III
18th Street Art Center, Los Angeles, CA
Curated by Eugenia Butler

Art Paper’s 8th Annual Art Auction exhibition
Mason Murer Fine Art, Atlanta, GA
By invitation of Editor-in-Chief, Sylvie Fortin

2006

Rosebowl Flea Market Biennale
A Fair Trade project sponsored by Outpost Contemporary Art, Pasadena, CA
Curated by Sergio Munoz-Sarmiento

Give and Take: Memorial War Tattoos
“High Desert Test Sites,” Joshua Tree and Twentynine Palms, CA
Curated by Andrea Zittel and Lisa Anne Auerbach

Bronco Swapmeet Biennale, a Project on Mercantilism and Society
El Paso, TX
Curated by Sergio Munoz-Sarmiento

2004

Con.Text.
Neighborhood Church Chapel, Pasadena, CA
By invitation of Lynn Vartan, Director of Ensemble Green
Video installation collaboration with new music group, Ensemble Green

Corpus Inductum, in “Anxiety and Desire: A Photographic Map of the Psyche.”
Center for the Visual Arts, Denver, CO
Curated by Prof. Clare Cornell

Valentine
Richard Nelson Gallery, University of California, Davis
By invitation of Assistant Curator Anne Naldrett

Mail-In
London Street Projects, Los Angeles, CA
Curated by Gallery Director Jim Ovelmen

2002

Faculty Exhibition
Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA.

2001

The Replete Series
The Wheeler Gallery, Providence, RI.

1999

Faculty Biennial
Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

1998

The Book of Lies
Dirt Gallery, Hollywood, CA
Curated by Eugenia Butler

The Book of Lies
The Living Room, Santa Monica, CA
Curated by Eugenia Butler

The Book of Lies
Biola University, Los Angeles, CA
Curated by Eugenia Butler

The Book of Lies
Bobbie Greenfield Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Curated by Eugenia Butler

1997

The Book of Lies
Pozzo Pozzozza Gallery, Berlin, Germany
Curated by Eugenia Butler

Home Life
Amelie Wallace Gallery, SUNY College at Old Westbury, NY
Curated by Helen Molesworth

The Fold Series
Light Work Gallery, Syracuse, NY
Curated by Executive Director Jeffrey Hoone

Flesh!
Thomas Barry Fine Arts, Minneapolis, MN

(In)discreet Pictures
Santa
Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA.

In the Pocket: American Art in the 90s
Galerie am Moelkersteig, Vienna, Austria
Curated by Gerhard Gross

1996

Syracuse University Faculty Exhibition
Lowe Art Gallery, Syracuse, NY

Current Fictions
San Diego Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, CA
Curated by Diana Gaston

In the Pocket: American Art in the ‘90s
Steirischer Herbst ‘96, Raum fur Kunst, Graz, Austria
Curated by Gerhard Gross

Photography in the 1990’s CD-ROM
Wright State University Art Gallery, Dayton, OH.

White Columns Benefit and Silent Auction Exhibition
New York, NY
Curated by Director Bill Arning

Third Annual Miracle on 18th Street
Side Street Projects, Santa Monica, CA
 

1995

Strange Fruits
Re:Solution Gallery at Los Angeles Center for Photographic Studies, Los Angeles, CA
Curated by Director Joe Smoke

National Showcase IV
Alternative Museum, New York, NY

Open Studio
Whitney Independent Study Program, New York, NY

Alter Image
450 Broadway Gallery, New York, NY

Staging: The Prefabricated Image
Saide Bronfman Center for the Arts, Montreal, Quebec and San Diego State University Art Gallery, San Diego, CA
Curated by Peter Krausz, Catalogue

1994

D.I.Y.
White Columns, New York, NY
Curated by Director Paul Ha

The Hot Crop
The Claremont Graduate School Art Gallery, Claremont, CA

Becoming
MFA Thesis Exhibition, Temporary Contemporary, Los Angeles, CA

Kahn Arts Festival
Boston University Cadillac Building Gallery, Boston, MA

Community Art Partnership Faculty and Student Installation
CHCG Architects, Pasadena, CA

Eighth Annual Benefit Art Auction and Exhibition
Sushi Gallery, San Diego, CA

Beaux Art Fundraising Auction Exhibition
San Diego State University, San Diego, CA

1993

Pasadena, A Photographic Exploration
Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA

All Dressed Up and Someplace to Go (or Culturally Cross-dressed)
San Diego State University, San Diego and Calexico, CA campuses
Curated by Jennie Klein

Los Angeles Center for Photographic Studies Art Sale Exhibition Event
Los Angeles, CA.

Seventh Annual Benefit Art Auction and Exhibition Event
Sushi Gallery, San Diego, CA

1992

Creating Ourselves
Eastern New Mexico University Art Gallery, Portales, NM
Lucy Lippard, juror, Catalog

1989

Kahn Arts Festival
Boston University Art Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts
Catalog

1988

Works in Progress
University of Massachusetts Medical School Gallery, Worcester, MA

ArtWorcester
Grove Street Gallery, Worcester, MA

 

AWARDS / GRANTS

2015

Arnold P. Gold Foundation Presidential Grant

2010

City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs Individual Artist’s Fellowship (COLA Award)

2007

Durfee Foundation Artist’s Resource Completion Grant.

2003

Lamson & Goodnow Mfg. Co.
Residency and Materials Grant

1997

Light Work Grant
Light Work, Syracuse, NY

1994

Olson/Los Angeles Center for Photographic Studies Photo-Material Grant

1987

Esther B. and Albert S. Kahn Career Entry Scholarship Fund for the Arts

Stein Award for Highest Academic Achievement
Boston University, Boston, MA

Royal Society of the Arts Silver Medal
Boston University, Boston, MA

 

LECTURES, readings, residency and critiques

2015

"The PPE Portrait Project."
The Artist in Times of Crisis panel
Villa Aurora Residency 20th Anniversary Program, Pacific Palisades, CA

"Studio Visit: 20 Years of Photographic Practice, or, How Photography's Conundrums Serve Mine."
Photographic Arts Council, Los Angeles, CA

"Ebola Ninjas and Portrait Labels: How "social practice" art tackled a vexing problem of EVD treatment"
Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA

2014

“Heartland/Foreign Land: Arial Photography, Landscape and the Body."
Military Visuality and the Work of Art Symposium
Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA
Organized by Dr. Ari Laskin

2012

SOCiAL: Art + People Symposium, “Can the Sidewalk be a Stage?”
Freewaves, Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA
http://freewaves.org/blog/a-series-of-discussions-about-socially-engaged-art-in-l- a-fall-2012/

2011

Collaboration: Art and Process Panel
MorYork Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
With Julie Deamer, Director, Outpost for Contemporary Art
Moderated by Sherry Sonnett

Visiting Artist Lecture
Idyllwild Arts Academy

2010

Studio Visit Lecture
MOCA Contemporaries

2008

Knife Body for “Food for Art”
Organized by Prof. Mimi Hellman, Art History Department, Skidmore College
National peer-reviewed p
anel, College Art Association’s 96th Annual Conference

2007

“The Soldier’s Skin.”
Discipline and War
Symposium, Occidental College
Organized by Anthony Chase and Mary Beth Heffernan.

2006

“The Artist, The Soldier, His Wife and Her Lover: The Intimate Scale of Mourning the Iraq War.”
ociety for Photographic Education/West Conference, Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa, CA
Regional peer-reviewed conference

2005

Artist’s Talk, in conjunction with the Field installation
Reynolds Gallery Project space, University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA
By invitation of Gallery Director Rico Reyes.

2004

Artist’s Talk, in conjunction with the Anxiety and Desire exhibition
Center for Visual Arts, Metropolitan State College of Denver, Denver, CO
By invitation of curator Prof. Clare Cornell

Corpus Inductum in “Horrible Beauty: Ugly Truths”
Panel Chair and Artist’s Talk
Society for Photographic Education/West Regional Conference, Pasadena, CA
Regional peer-reviewed conference

“Artist’s Strategies of Substitution and the Rhetoric of Photographic Evidence.”
Paper presented in the “Photography and the Abject Panel,”
College Art Association’s 92
nd Annual Conference, Seattle, WA
National peer-reviewed conference

“Wild Hair,” reading for “Love Stories and Erotic Tales: Rowdy Tops and Bossy Bottoms.”
New American Writing Series, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA
Original essay written for this event
Curated by Benjamin Weisman

2003

Artist in Residence
Created “Knife”installations, performed lecture, interviews
Lamson & Goodnow, Shelburne Falls, MA
By invitation of Kurt Zanner, Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

“Memorializing the Unimaginable”
Session Chair, Studio Art Open Session
College Art Association’s 91
st Annual Conference, New York, NY

“K is for Knife”
New American Writing Series, UCLA Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA
Original poem
Curated by Benjamin Weisman

1999-2001

Studio Critiques, Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

1999

Visiting Artist Lecture and Studio Critiques, Graduate Photography Program
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

Visiting Artist Lecture, Undergraduate Photography Program
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

1996

American Art in the 1990’s; Lecture and Roundtable Discussion
Raum fur Kunst, Graz, Austria

Visiting Artist Lecture
The
Camera and the Body Class (Prof. Jennifer Gonzalez),
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

1995

Visiting Artist Lecture
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

1993

Visiting Artist Lecture and Workshop
Idyllwild School of Music and the Arts

Questioning the Construction of Gender Identity Through Art Lecture
San Diego State University, Imperial Valley Campus, Calexico, CA

1992

Artwork featured in The Power of Re-Presentation: Women’s Voices in the Visual Arts
Southeastern Women’s Studies Conference, Tampa, FL

1988

Works in Progress Lecture
Clark University, Worcester, MA

1987

Visiting Artist Lecture
Boston University Summer Visual Art Institute, Boston,
MA

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

Schain, Tiffany. The Adaptable Mind. Let it Ripple: Mobile Films for Global Change. Forthcoming film premiere 18 September 2015.

Lutz, Tom and Jerry Gorin. "An Artist Intervention in the Ebola Crisis by LARB AV." Los Angeles Review of Books. 30 July 2015.
https://lareviewofbooks.org/essay/an-artists-intervention-ebola-crisis

O'Connor, Mimi. "The Science Behind Why Hope Can Help Heal Us." Huffington Post. 1 June 2015.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ornish-living/the-science-behind-why- ho_b_7346380.html

Monzon, Mariasun. "La Sonrisa Del Ébola." Zazpika no: 851. (GARA No. 5902) 17 May 2015.

Harris-Perry, Melissa. "Putting a Face on the Ebola Workers." The Melissa Harris-Perry Show. MSNBC. 5 May 2015.
http://www.msnbc.com/melissa- harris-perry/watch/putting-a-face-on-the-ebola-workers-439990851780

Campbell-Dollaghan, Kelsey. "The Race to Build a Better Suit for Ebola Aid Workers." Gizmodo. 22 April 2015.
http://gizmodo.com/the-race-to-build-a-better-ebola-suit-1699187805

Mallonee, Laura C. "Picturing the People Inside Ebola Hazmat Suits." Hyperallergic. 16 April, 2015.
http://hyperallergic.com/199732/picturing-the- people-inside-ebola-hazmat-suits/

Zamorano, Abraham. "La fotógrafa que les puso sonrisa a los enmascarados del ébola." BBC Mundo. 15 April 2015. http://www.bbc.co.uk/mundo/noticias/2015/04/150409_ebola_proyecto_fotografi a_traje_protector_az

Yam, Kimberly. "Artist Creates Quick Fix That Humanizes Ebola Aid Workers Inside Their Intimidating Suits." Huffington Post. 15 April, 2015.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/04/13/ebola-portrait- project_n_7055208.html?1428959742

Will, Madeline. "Alleviating Fear." The Chronicle of Higher Education. 13 April 2015.
http://chronicle.com/article/New-Dean-Asks-More-of-a/229253

Aizenman, Nurith. "An Artist's Brainstorm: Put Photos on Those Faceless Suits." National Public Radio, All Things Considered. 9 April 2015.
http://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2015/04/09/397853271/an-artists- brainstorm-put-photos-on-those-faceless-ebola-suits

Dinardo, Perry. "Putting a Face On the Fight Against Ebola." The Arnold P. Gold Foundation. 9 April 2015. http://humanism-in-medicine.org/putting-face-fight-against-ebola/

Heffernan, James A.W. "How Headshots Are Humanizing Ebola Health Care Workers." Huffington Post. 9 April 2015. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/james-heffernan/how-headshots-are- humaniz_b_7034504.html

Werman , Marco and Andrea Crossan. "For Ebola Patients, A Way To See The Faces of Those Helping." The World, Public Radio International (PRI). 7 April 2015.
http://www.pri.org/stories/2015-04-07/ebola-patients-way-see-faces-those- helping

Wagley, Catherine. "Ebola Suits Look So Scary. So This L.A. Artist Had An Idea." The L.A. Weekly. 6 April 2015. http://www.laweekly.com/arts/ebola-suits- make-people-look-scary-so-this-la-artist-had-an-idea-5445251

Frank, Peter. City of Los Angeles Individual Artist Fellowship Award Catalog. Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, 2010.
http://cola2010.lamag.org/index.php?/visual/mary-beth-heffernan--about/

Souri. “LA - A DAY IN LA: WASHINGTON BOULEVARD ART CONCERT (10.11.09)” http://www.hustlerofculture.com/me_we/2009/10/la-a-day-in-la- washington-boulevard-art-concert-101109.html

Carl Kozlowski. “Intriguing Intersection.” Pasadena Weekly. Thursday, June 12. P. 26.

George, Lynell. “Indelible ink: A photography exhibit shows Marine tattoos as eulogies to the lost.” Los Angeles Times. 27 October 2007 p. 1, pp. E1, E17. Four photos.
http://articles.latimes.com/2007/10/27/calendar/et-heffernan27

Tucker, Brian. "Saving Their Skins." Mary Beth Heffernan - Soldier's Skin. Exhibition catalog. Pasadena City College Art Gallery, 2015.

Klein, Jennie. “Skin, Text, and Corporeality: Mary Beth Heffernan’s Photography and Installations.” Art Papers 31:1 (January/February) p. 1, pp. 23-25.

Taft, Catherine.“Just Desert.” Artforum. May 11, 2006.
http://artforum.com/diary/id=10965

Psyched Out: Photo shows at the CVA and CPAC are filled with edgy psychological subject matter. Michael Paglia. Westword (Art Section.) January 6- 12. Volume 28, Number 19.

Art Space of the Year: Center for Visual Art. Kyle MacMillan. The Denver Post. Sunday, December 26. p. 16F.

  1. 2004  Critic’s Choice: Visual Arts. Kyle MacMillan. The Denver Post. Sunday, December 5th, p. 2F.

  2. 2005  Anxiety and Desire Creep Into Photographs. Debra Malik Demosthenes. Metromode. January. Volume 1 Number 1.

Photo Show Mines the Mind. Voelz Chandler. The Rocky Mountain News. Friday, November 26.

Photos dredge up our “Anxiety and Desire.” Kyle MacMillan. The Denver Post. Friday, November 22.

Anxiety and Desire: A Photographic Map of the Psyche. Tina S. Goodwin. Downtown Denver News. (Staff writer.)

Mary Beth Heffernan, Corpus Inductum. Gastronomica, Summer 4:3, (Univ. of California Press) Photos and artist’s essay.

Knife video work-in-progress featured in Jennie Klein and Joanna Roche’s “Impossible Cohesions” lecture in the “Performance on the Edge: West Coast Performance in the America’s” panel , 92nd Annual College Art Association Conference, Seattle, WA

Edgy Artist: Sculptor works in local knife factory. Virginia Ray. The Recorder, Friday, August 22, 2003, p. 1. (Photograph)

Lamson & Goodnow’s Factory Inspires Mary Beth Heffernan. (Staff writer) West County News, August 14-20 issue, pp. 10-11. (Photograph)

Rebecca Solnit. As Eve Said to the Serpent: On Landscape, Gender and Art (University of Georgia Press, 2001) (photographs)

Rebecca Solnit, The View from Mount Venus - On the Aesthetic of the Exquisite. Art Issues. Summer 1997 (photograph)

Light Work Grant Recipients, Gary Hesse, Contact Sheet 93 (photographs)

Critics' Picks: Flesh!; Saint Paul Pioneer Press, June 27, 1977.

1997 Flesh!; Francis Hwang, City Pages, July 2, 1997

Gallery Roundup: Culturata, Francis Hwang, City Pages, July 9, 1997 (photograph)

In the Flesh!; Kendra Ramic, Arts and Entertainment, July 16, 1997. (photograph)

Art Galleries showing diverse collections; Doug Hanson, Variety, July 22, 1997 1997 Survey on Taste. From the Fold Series, Mary Beth Heffernan, Documents, 8 Winter 1997. (photographs)

Current Fictions: Work by Emerging Artist at MoPA, Caroline Koebel, Uptown Newsmagazine, January 1997

Surreality Check: Emerging Artists in Spotlight at MoPA, Neil Kendricks, The San Diego Union Tribune, December 12, 1996

Die 90er Jahre Im Handgepack, Heimo Ranzenbacher, Kronen Zeitung, 16 October 1996 (photographs)

Positionen: Vier Frauen as L.A., Kathi Hofmann-Sewera, Kleine Zeitung, 19 October 1996

Kalifornisches Damenquartett Kunst im Reisegepack, Annema Happe, Neue Zeit, 20 September 1996

Kunstlerinnen Packen Aus; Ku Im Tachenformat, Von Claudia Taucher, Kleine Zeitung, 29 August, 1996

American Art in the 1990’s and The Becoming Series, discussion aired on Studio 5, Ed. Ernst Grohotolsky, Channel 02, 5:00 -6:00pm 4 October, 1996. Graz, Austria.

“Staging: The Prefabricated Image” at the University Art Gallery, San Diego State University, Jennie Klein, New Art Examiner, March 1996

Mary Beth Heffernan at Craig Krull Gallery, Claudine Ise, Artweek, November 1995 (Photograph)

La mise en scene de l’image, Jennifer Couelle, Le Devoir, November 5, 1995 photo), Montreal, Canada.

Curatorial Magic, Lucinda Catchlove, Hour, Arts and Entertainment, November 23-29 (Photograph). Montreal, Canada.

Photos stage, not capture, images, Robert L. Pincus, The San Diego Union- Tribune, April 30, 1995

University Unveils Sexy Photo Exhibit, John Scheibe, Imperial Valley Press, February 21, 1993 (Photograph)

Art in Your Ears, The San Diego Reader, October 8, 1992

Art on Display, The Tuscaloosa News, November 22, 1992 (Photographs)

Power of ‘nude’ exhibit lies in the images, not in words; Neil Kendricks, The San Diego Union-Tribune, September 24, 1992 (Photograph) 

 

SELECTED COLLECTIONS

Armand Hammer Museum at UCLA (The Book of Lies II)

Light Work, Syracuse, NY

Los Angeles County Museum of Art, (The Book of Lies II)

New York Public Library (The Book of Lies II) 

 

TEACHING

2008-2015

Associate Professor
Sculpture, Photography and Interdisciplinary Art Department of Art History and Visual Arts
Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA

2002-2008

Assistant Professor
Sculpture, Photography and Interdisciplinary Art Department of Art History and Visual Arts
Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA

2001-2002

Visiting Assistant Professor
School of Fine Arts
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

1998-2001

Adjunct Professor
Art History, Photography, Sculpture, and Graduate Studies Departments
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

2000-2001

Adjunct Lecturer
Department of Visual Arts
Brown University, Providence, RI

1996-1998

Assistant Professor
Art Media Studies Department
Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY