Telling Our Story: Community Conversations with Our Artists
September 12 – December 2, 2022 │David C. Driskell Center, University of Maryland │College Park, MD

Telling Our Story presents works by artists across all media in the Driskell Center collection, selected by community partners with personal letters to those artists about the work. This exhibition brings together myriad voices in the DMV arts region and beyond, in a reflection of Driskell’s own deep practice of letter writing and meaning making with fellow artists. It is an honor to serve as the guest curator, returning to my roots at the Driskell Center, and working with 20 enthusiastic arts lovers about how we express our appreciation for a place like the Driskell Center. …MORE


Human Nature: The Arts in Foggy Bottom 2021 Biennial
June 5 – September 26, 20201│Arts in Foggy Bottom│Washington, DC

Human Nature presents works by 12 artists from across the Mid Atlantic Region responding to contemporary issues of environmental and climate justice, the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, civic responsibility, and connection to place. Read more and take the virtual tour here.

Your silence will not protect you.
December 7, 2018 – February 2, 2019 │School 33 Art Center │Baltimore, MD

Your silence will not protect you. presents five black womyn artists from across the country: Akea Brionne Brown, Alex Callender, Vickie Pierre, LaNia Sproles and Gracie Xavier in a group show about black womyn’s experiences in America—past, present and future.  … MORE

Heritage:Now – Selections from the Sparkplug 2018 Collective
October 19 – November 25, 2018 │DC Arts Center │Washington, DC

Heritage: Now illustrates the nuance of lineage and human inheritance through a sometimes meta experience.  . . . MORE

Spiral, Recoil: Works by 10 Artists of Color
August 1 – October 26, 2017 │The Delaware Contemporary │Wilmington, DE

Spiral, Recoil engages with a legacy of black art making spanning over 50 years through 10 exciting contemporary visionaries … MORE

Click Here: 8 Women Artists Explore the Internet
January 21-March 26, 2017│ Arlington Arts Center│Arlington, VA

Click Here comments on the vastness of digital experiences of the internet through the perspective of women eight artists. As one would experience an invitation to delve deeper into the rabbit hole of internet offerings, … MORE

A (Mis)Perceived Physique: Body Works by Three Women Artists
September 3-October 16, 2016│ Target Gallery │ Torpedo Factory Arts Center │ Alexandria, VA

A (Mis)Perceived Physique explores issues of equity, constructions of power and dominance, politics, and memory through creative investigation of the use of the female body in art history and today. … MORE

Studio Sacrilege
September 11-October 11, 2015│  DC Arts Center│Washington, DC

Studio Sacrilege obliterates the norms of preserving and maintaining art in pristine untouched conditions by metaphorically thrusting the viewer out of the gallery and into the artist’s studio. Winner of the 2015 Apprentice Curator Program, The DC Arts Center … MORE

Country, Home
September 5 – October 10, 2015│ CUE Art Foundation │ New York, NY

Country, Home is an elusive phrase, a question about the strength of the words themselves — does country constitute home? The work presented falls somewhere in between. It addresses the preconceptions and assumptions of locationism and nationalism — the parts where the American dream falls flat for most Others. Winner of the 2014 Call for Curators …MORE

These Mirrors are Not Boxes
June 6 – July 12, 2015│ VisArts │ Rockville, MD

These Mirrors are Not Boxes examines the complexities of contemporary identity through the work of six local female artists: Amy Hughes Braden, Milana Braslavsky, Anna U Davis, Nora Howell, Annette Isham, and Lisa Noble. Mirrors of ourselves are often not available on checkbox forms of designated identity categories. Winner of the inaugural Emerging Curator Program … MORE

Invasive Presence: Works by Selin Balci and Nora Howell
June 2 – June 26, 2015│ Peephole Cinema │ San Francisco, CA

Invasive Presence presents the viewer with adversarial material to digest slowly in consideration of their place in the world, shown through a re visioning of public art with Peephole Cinema San Francisco … MORE

Welcome to Wonderland: Rethinking Landscape
June 29-July 26, 2014  artdc gallery Hyattsville, MD

Welcome to Wonderland: Rethinking Landscape is a juried exhibition that explores abstract ideas about landscape and place… MORE

Play by Play
January 11 – February 1, 2014 Project 4 Gallery Washington, DC

Project 4, FLEX curatorial group, and curator Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell, collaborated to present an exploration of the darker side of children’s playtime, featuring the work of Amy Hughes Braden, Bridget Sue Lambert, Janelle Whisenant, and Mark Williams with Play by Play…. MORE