JEROME REYES
Born in 1983 Daly City, CA United States. Lives/works in Seoul, Korea and San Francisco, CA United States
email: jerome.reyes@gmail.com

EDUCATION

2013 Gwangju Biennale International Curator Course, Gwangju Biennale Foundation, Gwangju, Korea (tutor: Maria Lind)
2011 Master of Fine Arts, Art Practice, Dept. of Art and Art History, Stanford University, CA
2005 Bachelor of Fine Arts (Highest Distinction), Individualized Major/Visual Criticism, California College of the Arts, San Francisco,CA

AWARDS/ RESIDENCIES

2017 Public Art Commission, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA
Artist-In-Residence (Teaching), Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA
Individual Artist Commission, San Francisco Arts Commission
2016 Artist-In-Residence, Seoul Museum of Art, Korea
Artist-In-Residence Award, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA
Creative Work Fund Award, Visual Arts, Walter and Elise Haas Fund
Researcher, Archive and Research, Asia Culture Center, Gwangju, Korea
Creative Capacity Fund, Center for Cultural Innovation, Los Angeles, CA
2015 Artist-In-Residence, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea
Researcher, Asian Culture Information Agency, Asian Culture Complex, Gwangju, Korea
Arts & Communities: Innovative Partnerships Grant, San Francisco Arts Commission
Creative Capacity Fund, Center for Cultural Innovation, Los Angeles, CA 
2014 Arts & Communities: Innovative Partnerships Grant, San Francisco Arts Commission
2013 Art Matters Foundation Grant, New York, NY
Creative Capacity Fund, Center for Cultural Innovation, Los Angeles, CA
Individual Artist Commission, San Francisco Arts Commission
2012 Investing in Artists Grant, Center for Cultural Innovation, Los Angeles, CA
Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA (Studio Fellowship, Stanford University)
2011 Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters and Sculptors MFA Award, New York, NY
Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA (Studio Fellowship, Stanford University)
2010 Suzanne Baruch Lewis MFA Grant, Stanford University Dept. of Art and Art History
2009 Individual Artist Commission, San Francisco Arts Commission
Project Grant with Manilatown Heritage Foundation, Zellerbach Foundation, San Francisco, CA
Stanford University Dept of Art and Art History, MFA Art Practice Full Scholarship
2007 Artist-in-Residence Grant (with Galeria de la Raza), Walter & Elise Haas Foundation
2006 Artist-In-Residence, DeYoung Museum, San Francisco, CA
Finalist/Alternate, Experimental Media Arts Residency, Stanford University
2005 Highest Distinction (faculty appointed): Individualized Major @ California College of the Arts
2002-05 CCA Merit Scholarships
2002 CCAC All College Honors 1st place Scholarship Award
CCAC President’s Scholarship
2001 California College of the Arts (formerly California College of Arts and Crafts) Honors Scholarship

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS/ PROJECTS

2019 “Abeyance,” Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA
2018 “Abeyance,” Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA
“Contact Points: Field Notes towards Freedom,” Asia Culture Center, Gwangju, Korea
2017 “Abeyance,” Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA
“Contact Points: Field Notes towards Freedom,” Asia Culture Center, Gwangju, Korea (with tammy ko Robinson)
2016 “an incomplete caption,” Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, CA
“Nanji’s Queen”, SeMA NANJI/Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea (two person show with Saelia Aparicio)
“Contact Points: Field Notes towards Freedom,” Asia Culture Center, Gwangju, Korea (with tammy ko Robinson)
2015 “Contact Points: Field Notes towards Freedom,” Asian Cultural Complex, Gwangju, Korea (with tammy ko Robinson)
2013 “GOLD BLOODED,” Queens Nails, San Francisco, CA
2010 “UNTIL TODAY: Spectres for the International Hotel, San Francisco, CA (curated by Julio Cesar Morales, organized by Reyes, Morales, and tammy ko Robinson)

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS/ PERFORMANCES

2017 “10th Artist-In-Residence Exhibition”, Seoul Museum of Art, Korea
“The Past is More Infinite Than the Future,” Under the Bridge, Miami, FL
2016 “Declarations for the New Year,” Southern Exposure Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2015 “Beyond the Horizon,” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art-Changdong, Seoul, Korea (catalogue)
2014 “Visual Activism,” San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in collaboration with The International Association for Visual Culture. Performance Lecture in collaboration with Nine Yamamoto-Masson & Srinivas Aditya Mopidevi
“Prospect 3. Biennial” New Orleans, LA (collaboration with William Cordova)
“The Past is More Infinite Than the Future,” Miami Dade College Gallery, Miami, FL
2013 “THIS IS NOT AMERICA,” Arizona State University Museum, Tempe, AZ
“Occupations: Art Takes Up Space,” Old Oakland, CA
2012 “smoke signals: istwa, paisajes and allegories,” ArtsCenter, Miami, FL (catalogue)
“Mission Afterviews,” Park of Arts Muzeon, Moscow, Russia
“Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA Award Exhibition,” Cue Arts Foundation, New York, NY (catalogue)
“Tell the Truth and Run,” Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA
“Mission Afterviews,” Victoria Theater, San Francisco, CA (catalogue)
“API,” TS Union, Stanford University, CA
2011 “Sincerely Yours, Almanac @ BRX” Baer Ridgeway Exhibitions, San Francisco, CA
“On the Ground,” Southern Exposure Gallery, San Francisco, CA
“Scramble,” Stanford University Gallery, Stanford, CA
2010 “Devil-May-Care” Stanford University Gallery, Stanford, CA
2008 “Bay Area Now 5” Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA (catalogue)
“Estacion Odesia,” Queens Nails Annex Gallery, San Francisco
2007 “There is Always a Machine Between Us,” SF Camerawork, San Francisco, CA
2006 “60 Seconds Well Spent,” Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, Germany (collaboration with Julio Cesar Morales)
“Alimatuan,” The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, HI
“Remixing My Concerns,” DeYoung Museum, San Francisco, CA
2005 “Powered-UP and Tricked-Out: Chronicles of Communal Poetics,” Galeria de la Raza, San Francisco, CA
“Youth Rock 2/ Laboratory,” Galeria de la Raza, San Francisco, CA
“Recombinant Artware,” Isabel Percy West Gallery, Oakland, CA
“The Reckoning,” SomArts Gallery, San Francisco, CA
“Bacculaureate Show,” Oliver Arts Center, Oakland, CA
2004 “AsiaAlive,” Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, CA
“Carefully Analyzed Crackpotism” Oliver Art Center, Oakland, CA

TEACHING EXPERIENCE/ CURRICULAR AND WORKSHOP DEVELOPMENT

2017 Lecture/Workshop, Asia Art Archive, Hong Kong. The Performing Archives: Deep Archival Engagement as Artistic Practice, Histories on Edge
Independent Study Advisor,
 
Art and Art History Dept, Stanford University
Instructor, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco
Instructor, 
South of Market Community Action Network, San Francisco
2016 Co-Lecturer, Who We Be (with author/cultural critic Jeff Chang) Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity, American Studies, Art Dept, Stanford University
Instructor, South of Market Community Action Network, San Francisco
2015 Instructor, South of Market Community Action Network, San Francisco
Workshop InstructorProfessional Development, Art Dept. Stanford University
2014 Lecturer, WHAT WE WANT IS WE: Identity in Visual Arts, Social Engagement, and Civic Propositions, Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity & Art Dept, Stanford University
Directed Research Advisor, Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity & Art Dept, Stanford University
Instructor, South of Market Community Action Network, San Francisco
2013 Workshop Instructor: Professional Development, Art Dept. Stanford University
2012 Artist Mentor, Southern Exposure Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Video Workshop Instructor:San Francisco Art Institute
2011 Teaching Assistant, Painting 2, Art Dept. Stanford University
Teaching Assistant, Collage, Art Dept. Stanford University
2010 Instructor: Contemporary Art Practices: Public Art, Territories, and the Politics of Food, Stanford University
Teaching Assistant, Painting/Drawing, Art Dept. Stanford University
Teaching Assistant, Art and Electronics, Art Dept. Stanford University
Teaching Assistant, Kinetic Sculpture, Stanford University
Teaching Assistant, Digital Photography, Stanford University
2009 Faculty: To Gentrify Heaven: International Hotel and the Unhomely, San Francisco Art Institute
Artist-In-Residence Instructor: REC: Recording Every Corner/ Found Borders, Studio 24
Fall Artist-In-Residence Instructor: REC: Recording Every Corner/ Found Borders, Studio 24
Workshop Faculty: Installation Portfolio Workshop, San Francisco Art Institute
Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Photography, Stanford University
Visiting Artist Workshop, Comic Book Drawing, Art Dept., Stanford University
2008 Artist-In-Residence Instructor: Science-Fiction and the Danger Room, Studio 24
Summer Artist-In-Residence Instructor: Anti-Heroes, Studio 24
Artist-In-Residence Instructor: Archivists, Proposals, and the Anti-Hero, Studio 24
Workshop Instructor, ZEUM Museum, San Francisco
2007 Faculty: To Gentrify Heaven: Defining Home through Gaming History and the Urban Enterprise, San Francisco Art Institute
Faculty: To Gentrify Heaven 2: Beginning Public Interface Design, San Francisco Art Institute
Faculty: Installation: Tactics of Contemporary Practice, San Francisco Art Institute
Assistant Teacher (Faculty: Okwui Enwezor): Grand Tour 2007: Documenta XII, Venice Biennale, Art Basel, Munster Sculpture Projects Study Trip, San Francisco Art Institute/Various locations in Europe
Artist-In-Residence Instructor: REC: Recording Every Corner/ Found Borders, Studio 24
2006 Faculty: Scripting and Scanning the Everyday Narrative: Digital Identities, Surveillant Eyes, City Studio, San Francisco Art Institute
Faculty: Pop and Unlock: Strategies for Designing Proposal Encounters and Collaborations, City Studio, San Francisco Art Institute
Video Artist-In-Residence Instructor: M. H. deYoung Museum, San Francisco
Video Workshop Instructor: Galeria de la Raza
2005 Faculty/Project Leader: Powered-Up and Tricked-Out: Chronicles of Communal Poetics, City Studio, San Francisco Art Institute
Video Workshop: With Raqs Media Collective for City Studio
Instructor, Youth Public Media Teaching Project at California College of the Arts, The Youth Speaks Living Word Project, and Galeria de la Raza (Drawing/Video)
2002-03 Curriculum Designer and Assistant Instructor: Contemporary Filipino American Art History, University of San Francisco
2002 Teaching Assistant: San Francisco State University: Filipinos in America: Problems of Transition

LECTURES & PRESENTATIONS/ ACTIVITIES

2017 Design Team Member, Raising Places with SOMCAN, supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Chicago, IL https://www.raisingplaces.org/south-of-market-soma
Juror,
 
Arts & Communities: Innovative Partnerships Grant, San Francisco Arts Commission
2016 Opening Lecture/Panel Moderator, Contact Points: Archiving Rights to Housing and Sunshine in Asia, Asia and Migration International Symposia, Asia Culture Center, Gwangju, Korea
Study Group Participant/ Breaking it Down, Study group series hosted by Surfatial, Anchored by Srinivas Aditya Mopidevi, India
Juror, Joan Mitchell Foundation, New York, NY
Opening Lecture,
 Emergence 2016: Crafting Equity, Shifting Power, Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, CA
Graduate Speaker Series (Forum), Graduate Program in Visual and Critical Studies, California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA
Juror, Public Art, San Francisco Arts Commission
Co-Curator, 
Who We Be, Cantor Center for Visual Arts, Stanford University, CA
Public Lecture Who We Be, (with Jeff Chang), Cantor Center for Visual Arts, Stanford University, CA
Artist Lecture, University of California, Davis
Visiting Artist Lecture
, Border Studies, Architecture/Diversity Studies, California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA
Artist Lecture, Senior Seminar, Asian American Studies, University of California, Davis
2015 Panelist, Social Justice and Socially Engaged Art, Open Engagement Conference, Mattress Factory/Carnegie Mellon University, PA
Visiting Artist Lecture, Dongduk Women’s University, Seoul, Korea
Juror, Public Art, San Francisco Arts Commission
Artist Lecture, Public Art and Urban Space, Stanford University
Gwangju Biennale Foundation, Curatorial Alumni Workshop
2014 Performance Lecture (Invited), Performing Protest/Re-Imagining the Good Life in Times of Crisis Conference, Leuven University, Belgium. Collaboration with Nine Yamamoto-Masson & Srinivas Aditya Mopidevi
Visiting Artist Lecture
, Social Practice Program, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA
Visiting Artist Lecture, Border Studies, Architecture/Diversity Studies, California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA
2013 Juror, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 2013 Artist-in-Residence
Lecture, Cultural Studies, UC Davis
2012 Organizer, Conversation between Jerome Reyes and William Cordova, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
Presenter,
Listen to the Silence Conference, Stanford University, CA
Artist Lecture, University of California, Davis
Artist Lecture, New Genres 1, San Francisco Art Institute
2011 Visiting Artist Lecture, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY
Juror, San Francisco Arts Commission
Artist Panel:
 
Radical Art Education, Southern Exposure Gallery
Artist Lecture, Graduate Fine Arts, Sensory Architecture, San Francisco Art Institute
Artist Lecture & Interview, Alternative Radio, San Francisco Art Institute
Artist Lecture, New Genres 1, San Francisco Art Institute
Artist Lecture, Asian American Studies Program, Stanford University
2010 Artist Talk: Jerome Reyes at the International Hotel
Artist Talk, Apex Radio, KPFA 94.1 Radio
Organizer: Suzanne Lacy Last Nights Presentation at the International Hotel
Organizer/co-producer: Karen Tei-Yamashita theatrical reading for LAST NIGHTS/ I-Hotel Exhibition
Discussion Panel Moderator: Speculative Fiction/ Alternate Hotels: Chester Hartman Ph.D., Estella Habal Ph.d. Emil de Guzman, Hilton Obenzinger Ph.D.
Visiting Artist Lecture, Asian American Community, Comparative Literature, Stanford University
Visiting Artist Lecture, Comparative Literature: International Hotel, Stanford University
Visiting Artist Lecture, Comparative Literature “Worlds Apart,” Stanford University
Artist Lecture, Digital Photography, Stanford University
Guest Speaker, KPFA Radio Program
Artist Lecture, Art and Electronics Art Dept. Stanford University
Artist Lecture, Kinetic Sculpture Art Dept. Stanford University
Artist Lecture, Autonomous Design Lab, San Francisco Art Institute City Studio
Artist Lecture, New Genres 1, San Francisco Art Institute
2009 Discussion Panel: Speculative Fiction/ Contradictory Narratives (with Weston Teruya, Jina Valentine, Jerome Reyes, Gail Wight, Arnold Kemp), Patricia Sweetow Gallery
Faculty Lecture, Interdisciplinary Studies, City as Studio Practicum Seminar, San Francisco Art Institute
Public Lecture, Graduate Art Practice Studio Lecture Series, Stanford University
Visiting Artist Lecture, (Faculty: Raul Cardenas Osuna/ Torolab) City Studio, San Francisco Art Institute
Visiting Artist Lecture, Photo 1, Art Dept., Stanford University
Curator, OeMeG, ZEUM Museum
2008 Researcher/Project Coordinator, City Studio at San Francisco Art Institute/research for 2008 Gwangju Biennale, Artists and Curator visits (sixty total) in Manila, Philippines
Critique Panel/Guest Instructor: Public Monuments, San Francisco Art Institute (taught by Julio Morales)
Panelist: “Community Conversations” “Bay Area Now 5,” Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA
Docent Tour: “Bay Area Now 5,” Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA
Archivist/Researcher, 40th Anniversary of 1968 Student Strike, San Francisco State University
Archivist/Researcher, Preparation for 40th Anniversary of 1969 College of Ethnic Studies, San Francisco State University
Archivist/Researcher, Freedom Archives at Galeria De la Raza
Curator, Fantality, ZEUM Museum
Production Staff, Yerba Buena Garden Festival, San Francisco
Visiting Artist Lecture, Introduction to New Genres, SFAI
Visiting Artist Lecture, City Studio Practicum, Urban Studies, SFAI
Panelist, Bay Area Now 5/ “What is regionalism,” Headlands Center for the Arts
2007 Panelist: Archiving Community in Contemporary Art Practice: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
Visiting Artist Lecture, Graduate Critical Studies, San Francisco Art Institute
Exhibition Assistant/Sous Chef, “Tony Labat/BULK,” QueensNailsAnnex Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Visiting Artist Lecture, New Genres: Hidden Noise, San Francisco Art Institute
Visiting Artist Lecture, New Genres II, San Francisco Art Institute
2006 Juror, Murphy & Cadogan Graduate Art Scholarships, San Francisco Foundation
Co-Curator, Immediate Futures, San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery
Visiting Artist Lecture, Advanced Digital Art II, Graduate Dept. Art Practice, Stanford University
Artist’s Talk, Alimatuan Exhibition, The Contemporary Museum
Internship Study/Thesis Advisor, Bennington College, Bennington, VT
Co-Curator, Encounters: YPM’s Greatest Hits, Galeria de La Raza
Visiting Artist Lecture, Accidental Audiences & Community Engagement, Intersection for the Arts Gallery
Visiting Artist Lecture, Graduate Art Tutorial, SFAI
Visiting Artist Lecture, Introduction to New Genres, SFAI
Visiting Artist Lecture, Graduate Art Seminar: Self-Sustaining Communities, San Francisco Art Institute
Visiting Artist Lecture, From Theory to Practice: Site and Strategies in Art Education, Teacher Professional Development Program, San Francisco Art Institute
Visiting Artist Lecture, Youth Public Media, New Genres Undergraduate Studio Class, San Francisco Art Institute
2005 Visiting Artist Lecture, Alternative Sites & Strategies, San Francisco Art Institute
Visiting Artist Lecture, Photography: Superfly Wallpaper, San Francisco Art Institute
Guest Speaker, 94.1 KPFA Berkeley, CA Radio: Youth Rock 2: Laboratory Exhibition
Visiting Artist Lecture, Youth Public Media, San Francisco Art Institute
Visiting Artist Lecture,Introduction to Visual Studies, California College of the Arts
2004 Curriculum Design: Filipino American Aesthetics, University of San Francisco
2002-2003 Project Head Coordinator/Archivist, Filipino American Art History Website
Project Coordinator: Asian American Studies Dept, San Francisco State University

PUBLICATIONS (Author)

2016 “Amid the Fog, Smoke, and Dust,” co-written with Nine Yamamoto-Masson & Srinivas Aditya Mopidevi. Journal for Visual Culture. (forthcoming)

PERIODICALS/ CATALOGUE ESSAYS

2017 Rabine, Leslie. “Interview with Jerome Reyes, Part 1″ Kapitbahay Times, San Francisco, CA www.somcan.org/reyes-1
2017 Rabine, Leslie. “Interview with Jerome Reyes, Part 2″ Kapitbahay Times, San Francisco, CA www.somcan.org/reyes-2
2016 Sming, Vivian. “Studio Session: Jerome Reyes,” Daily Serving International Review,
dailyserving.com/2016/09/studio-session-jerome-reyes
2016 Sming, Vivian. “Studio Session: Jerome Reyes,” Art Practical
http://www.artpractical.com/column/studio-sessions-jerome-reyes/
2016 Artist-in-Residence Catalog 2016, Seoul Museum of Art, Korea
2016 Artist-in-Residence Catalog 2015, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea
2016, Wilkerson, Emily. “William Cordova: Change is Everything,” Art Papers.
http://www.artpapers.org/feature_articles/2016_0506-WilliamCordova.html
2016, Zack, Jessica. Cantor Arts Center show explores ‘Who We Be,’ San Francisco Chronicle.
http://www.sfgate.com/art/article/Cantor-Arts-Center-show-explores-Who-We-Be-7455819.php#photo-9957269
2016, Salem, Avi. “If these walls could talk,” Palo Alto Online.
http://www.paloaltoonline.com/news/2016/04/07/if-these-walls-could-talk
2016 Conclara, Rommel. “New Projects,” Balitang America Media. Oct 12, 2016.
http://www.balitangamerica.tv/new-art-projects-showcase-fil-am-identity-in-sf/
2016, Xiao, Madelyne. “Disembodying the Body,” Stanford Arts Review. http://stanfordartsreview.com/disembodying-the-body/
2016, Wilson, Emily, “This Year’s YBCA 100 Summit Breaks Boundaries,” SF Weekly. Nov 4 2016 http://www.sfweekly.com/culture/years-ybca-100-summit-breaks-boundaries/
2016, Arts Winners, San Francisco Examiner. Oct 25.
2015 Artist-in-Residence at MMCA, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea
2014, Cordova, William. “Nicolas Guillen Landrian,” Art in America, Oct, 48-49.
2014. Martinez, Sergio. “The ASU Museum Opens for Spring,” The State Press
http://www.statepress.com/2014/02/16/the-asu-art-museum-opens-for-spring/
2014, Chen, Tina. “Agency/Asiancy,” The Routledge Companion to Asian American and Pacific Islander Literature, Routledge Press, 56-67.
2014, Oishi, Eve. “I-Hotel,” The Routledge Companion to Asian American and Pacific Islander Literature, Routledge Press, 132-143.
2013, Tani, Ellen. DailyServing International Review.
http://dailyserving.com/2013/07/queens-nails-is-dead-at-queens-nails-projects/
2013, Gerrity, Jeanne. GOLD BLOODED Exhibition Essay. PDF
2013, Harbour, Aaron and Im, Jackie. 9th Floor Radio Interview.
2012, Moreno, Gene. “Smoke Signals,” Catalog Essay.
2012, Estefan, Kareem. Joan Mitchell Foundation 2012 MFA Exhibition Catalog.
2011, Palumbo-Liu, D. “Embedded Lives: The House of Fiction, the House of History,” Profession (Modern Language Association Journal)
2011, Gavino, J. Hom, N. Poethig, J. “Visions and Voices of the I-Hotel: Urban Struggles Community Mythologies and Creativity,” Community Arts Journal, Maryland Institute College of Art.
https://www.mica.edu/About_MICA/Departments_and_Services/The_Center_for_Art_Education/Community_Arts_Journal/Visions_and_Voices_of_the_I-Hotel.html
2011, Beltran, J.D. “Artists who won’t have to scramble,” SFGate.com
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/beltran/detail?entry_id=90824
2011, http://missionlocal.org/2011/03/exposicion-on-the-ground-soex/
2011, Teruya, Weston. On the Ground Catalog Essay
2011, Tani, Ellen, (Four-Platform International Hotel Project Conversation with Jerome Reyes and David Palumbo-Liu) Stanford Thesis Exhibition Catalog PDF
2011, Filipinos in San Francisco. Filipino American National Historical Society, Arcadia Publishing, 82.
2010  Carlson, Michele, “Jerome Reyes: Until Today” Art in America,
http://www.artinamericamagazine.com/reviews/jerome-reyes
2010, Swanhuyser Hiya, “Society v. Economy UNTIL TODAY” SF Weekly,
http://www.sfweekly.com/2010-09-29/calendar/society-vs-economy/
2010, Palumbo-Liu, David. “Faculty Profile” Stanford University Haas Center Newsletter
2010, Stanford Art Dept Almanac 2009-2010
2010, Wiles, Christy, Art Practical Shotgun Review http://www.artpractical.com/review/until_today_spectres_for_the_international_hotel/
2010, Lozada, Roldan, Hyphen Blog
http://apexexpress.wordpress.com/2010/11/25/112510-a-special-no-thanks-holiday-with-art-at-the-i-hotel-and-immigrant-stories-from-crossing-east/
2010, Gerrity, Jeanne, Art Practical/KQED Review
http://www.kqed.org/arts/programs/artpractical/episode.jsp?essid=36051
2006 “Alimatuan,” Tema Celeste Magazine, issue 115
2006  Jana, Reena, “Post Filipino-American,” Alimatuan: The Emerging Artist as American Filipino, The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, HI
2006  Baysa, Koan Jeff, “Cultural Sampling,” Alimatuan: The Emerging Artist as American Filipino, The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, HI
2006  “The Soul of the Spirit,” Honolulu Star Bulletin, May 28
2006  Morse, Marcia, “’Alimatuan’ at the Contemporary Museum,” Artweek October

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2014-current

Researcher, Asia Culture Information Agency, Asian Culture Complex, Gwangju, Korea

-Invited Researcher for new state-funded initiative in Gwangju, Korea dedicated to Asian art and culture. Co-developing a collection of migrant & activist related materials spanning several countries across Asia.

2012-current

Artist Liaison, Institute for Diversity in the Arts, Stanford University

-Liaison for long-term programmatic partnerships with various sized national and international institutions, artists, curators, and scholars. Chooses and coordinates select visiting artists for graduate/ undergraduate student lectures, featured interviews, and exhibition walkthroughs throughout school year.

2008-2011

Project Director and Lead Artist, San Francisco International Hotel Project
-Designed and coordinated overall four-year infrastructure for exhibition, classes, weekly public programs, and upcoming anthology.

-Made artwork for exhibition space (while managing fully operational senior center) with critical acclaim from international reviews in Art in America, as well as Profession: Modern Language Association journal, Art Practical, SFWeekly, among others.

-Co-fundraised and co-managed budget total from National Endowment for the Arts, Surdna Foundation, San Francisco Foundation, Zellerbach Fund, and San Francisco Arts Commission (Individual Artist Grant and Creative Space Grants).

-Co-designed interface for cross-institution courses (Stanford University Dept. of Comparative Literature, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco Unified School District), MYEEP, K-12 tours, and concurrent senior citizen services.

-Designed courses with VTS/Visual Thinking Strategies and ISTE California technology requirements.

-Scheduled weekly events, public workshops, and travel arrangements with artists Suzanne Lacy, Julio Morales, Marco Rios, and urbanist Chester Hartman.

-Acted as primary liaison between all collaborators, press, and institutions.

-Gave more than 50 tours and artist walkthroughs/tours to schools, curators, funders, various groups and individuals.

2005-2010

Founding Faculty, City Studio, San Francisco Art Institute

-Developed nationally and UNESCO recognized curricula (10-week semesters) in youth media labs, museums, major universities, non-profit art galleries, and at-risk-youth and senior citizen community centers in East Oakland, Iron Triangle in Richmond, and Chinatown/ Manilatown San Francisco. Topics include urban studies, mega-exhibitions, installation, video production, video game theory, proposal-based works, and project-centric contemporary art practices.

-With core faculty and directors, helped design and manage overall arts and research interface combining graduate, undergraduate, Bay Area high school students, and visiting international artists/scholars. Designed workshops and classes with artists/curators-in-residence including Raqs Media Collective, Sarkis, Torolab, founders of the nation’s first College of Ethnic Studies at San Francisco State, and Black Panther Party Alumni.

-Coordinated exhibitions, public talks, and presented in Teacher Professional Development Program.

-Develop and coordinate teaching assistant criteria for all courses-support and feedback.

-Designed credited high school courses (Alameda School District and SFUSD) in tandem with VTS/Visual Thinking Strategies and ISTE California technology requirements.

-Co-organized student enrollment/recruitment in San Francisco and Alameda County school districts.

2005-2009

Youth Public Media/Lead Artist Faculty, Studio 24/California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA

- With core faculty and directors: coordinated exhibitions at Zeum, public events/ talks, and teacher/student studio art workshops for public at Studio 24.

-Acted as primary liaison between Studio 24 and other organizations

-Designed high school level courses on video production, graphic design, comic book culture, science-fiction, and visual studies in tandem with VTS/Visual Thinking Strategies and ISTE California technology requirements.

-Worked with Youth Speaks Inc., Leadership High School, East Oakland High School for the Arts to recruit students.

2007-2008

Researcher, 7th Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju, South Korea

-Researched contemporary artists, spaces, and curators for Philippine Representation in Gwangju Biennale.

-Conducted and documented 60 studio and museum visits in Manila, Phillippines.

-Developed lesson plans for SFAI City Studio.

2007

City Studio Liaison, Assistant Teacher for The Grand Tour 2007 Venice, Italy, Basel, Switzerland, Kassel, Munster, and Berlin, Germany (faculty: Dean of Academic Affairs Okwui Enwezor)

-Researched exhibition practices and art education programming for San Francisco Art Institute public programming and SFAI City Studio/ Precollege Program.

2006 Artist/Educator in Residence: de Young Museum

-Conducted tours/designed and led video workshops for classes, teachers, and wider public.

2005-2006 Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Curatorial Assistant

-Organized educational interfaces/workshops between exhibition, local art colleges, and Bay Area high school classes.

-Reviewed exhibition applications and conducted artist research for future exhibitions.

2005 Gallery Host Program, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

-Conducted tours/curriculum design of Bay Area Now 4 for classes and teachers.

2002-2003 Worlds In Collision Project, University of San Francisco

-Designed curricular models for Filipino American Art History course at University of San Francisco (taught by Carlos Villa), University of the Philippines, and online research content.