I am thrilled to announce that I recently received funding from the Gephardt Institute to make a socially engaged artwork this summer, 2018. I and the very talented and generous people at Washington University will work alongside at-risk youth to make thousands of original drawings which we will then distribute thoughout St. Louis. Should you be interested in participating, let me know

I am honored to be in several upcoming exhibitions. Artist and collector Carol Cole features my work in Cast A Clear Light, opening March 3rd at the Weatherspoon Art Museum. Join me April 21st at The Luminary to celebrate the show, A Day With Amanda, Adrienne, Body, Catalina, Cole, Danica, Felicia, Jess, Jesse, Michael, Misha & The Girls, Mort, Rachel, Ryan, Sage, and Shane, curated by Amy Granat. In June join me at Sheldon Art Galleries for the Creative Stimulus show curated by Mel Watkin, featuring the three 2017 awardees from Critical Mass. I am using the funding to continue my practice of community via ASpace. Learn a bit about my work through this podcast. March 23rd is the annual auction at The Luminary. May 5th is the annual Hambidge Art Auction. I was a fellow in residence at these amazing places and so happy to contribute to their mission! The Hambidge auction will be live and online through Paddle8.

The ReSolve social practice project continues with gatherings of its participants at ASpace. The video is now in the permanent collection of the World Chess Museum in St. Louis. Slices, my most recent work in the Sugar Series was shown at at the Visual Arts Gallery of the University of Wyoming, where I was a visiting artist and speaker at the Re-envisioning the Laboratory Sci-Art Symposium. Additionally, I completed Pinpoint, a collaborative project with a few astrophysicists for Vanderbilt University and contributed a video to the Future and Behind exhibit in Venice, Italy. 

 As I continue to find my new home in St. Louis please let me know if you have places/people I should see. I hope you are well. Please stay in touch!

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