I am currently participating in the artist project, Visual Conversation. We pair up with another artist every couple of weeks and engage in a visual exchange. The project was initiated by Nicolò Sertorio.
A new image from the Slave Cabin project has been selected by Nat Trotman, Curator of Performance and Media at the Guggenheim R. Solomon Museum in New York, for the 2020 North Carolina Annual Artists Exhibition that will be on view at CAM Raleigh from March 8 - August 23, 2020.
A selection of the Slave Cabins and Plantation Still Lifes prints will be exhibited as part of the group show, Good Things in Small Packages, at Tracey Morgan Gallery in Asheville, NC from Dec 12, 2019 - Jan 4, 2020.
I was awarded a Faculty Research Grant from the Dep. of Art & Art History at UNC-CH to continue working on my new project, When Trees Are Dying (working title), about the effects of heat stress on trees.
What Remains of the Day - Memories of World War II was presented in a solo exhibition at GreenHill in Greensboro, NC, USA, from September 20 - November 16, 2019. Articles about the show were published in YesWeekly and Rhino Times.
I was awarded a JCME Faculty EU Research and Travel Award by the Center for European Studies at UNC-CH to conduct research in Europe this summer. The award is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.
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