Curatorial Projects

  • The Gay Rub

    A solo exhibition of rubbings collected and created by Steven Reigns showcasing over 100 important markers of LGBTQ history on view at the Smith Gallery at Appalachian State University in 2015.
  • Suggestive Structures

    An exhibition of drawings by Angela Piehl and sculptures by Mark Cowardin on view at the Smith Gallery at Appalachian State University in 2014.
  • Pattern of Man

    A solo exhibition of black and white photographs by Jeff Whetstone spanning 1992 to 2013. Pattern of Man was on view at the Smith Gallery at Appalachian State University in 2013.
  • Artifacts and Fiction: The Strange Legend of the Pianistas as told by Michael Frassinelli

    A solo exhibition of works by Michael Frasinelli based on the legend of the Pianista Tribe. This exhibition was co-curated with Heather Waldroup and Ben Wesemann and was on view at the Catherine J. Smith Gallery at Appalachian State University in 2011.
  • Labor Trade Show by Frau Fiber

    An exhibition of works by Carole Frances Lung. Labor Trade Show was on view at the Catherine J. Smith Gallery at Appalachian State University in 2010.
  • Joe’s Junkyard

    A solo exhibition of photographs by Lisa Kereszi. Joe's Junkyard was on view at the Catherine J. Smith Gallery at Appalachian State University in 2009.
  • Growth: The Garden

    A exhibition of photographs by Taj Forer and members of Anathoth Community Garden. Growth: The Garden was sponsored by the Contemporary Art Museum and on view in Raleigh at Flanders Art Gallery in 2008. The exhibition traveled to and was on view at the Catherine J. Smith Gallery at Appalachian State University in 2009.
  • Elana Herzog

    A exhibition of site specific works by Elana Herzog that was on view at the Catherine J. Smith Gallery at Appalachian State University in 2008.
  • Learning to Love You More: Harrell Fletcher + Miranda July

    Learning to Love You More featured selections from Harrell Fletcher and Miranda July's assignment-based participatory project. This exhibition was co-curated with Sara Gordon and on view at the Catherine J. Smith Gallery at Appalachian State University in 2007.
  • David Newton: New Works

    A solo exhibition of sculptures, drawings and a site specific work by David Newton was on view at the Catherine J. Smith Gallery at Appalachian State University in 2007.
  • Althea Murphy-Price: New Works

    A solo exhibition of sculptures, prints and hair rugs by Althea Murphy-Price was on view at the Catherine J. Smith Gallery at Appalachian State University in 2007.
  • Arnold Mesches: It's a Circus

    A solo exhibition of paintings by Arnold Mesches. It's a Circus was on view at the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts in 2006.
  • Joseph Peragine

    A solo exhibition of animated video and sculpture by Joseph Peragine was on view at Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art in Lake Worth, FL in 2004.
  • Filling Up/Spilling Out

    Filling Up/Spilling Out was group video exhibition of works by artists from Brazil, Estonia, Norway and the U.S. that was on view at Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art in Lake Worth, FL in 2004. The exhibition featured work by Jeanne Dunning, Marit Følstad, Tiago Judas, Michael Oliveri, and Ene-Liis Semper.
  • Retreat: Scott Peterman

    Retreat was a solo exhibition of photographs of ice fishing shacks by Scott Peterman. The exhibition was on view at Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art in Lake Worth, FL in 2003.
  • New Art: The South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship for Visual and Media Arts 2003

    New work by the award recipients was on view in the exhibition at Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art in 2003. Artists included: Hernan Bas, Fran Bitett Beck, Natalia Benedetti, Pip Brant, Ivan Toth Depena, Blane De St. Croix, Jacek J. Kolasinski, Jorge Pantoja, Shari Schemmel, Sara Stites, and Frank Wick.
  • Excess

    Excess was a photography exhibition featuring works by Jessica Craig-Martin, Lucinda Devlin and Daniella Rossell. Excess was co-curated with Sybillé Canthal and on view at Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art in Lake Worth, FL in 2002.
  • Sculpture Now

    Sculpture Now was co-curated with Michael Rush and was on view at Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art in 2002. Artists featured include: Thomas Hirschhorn, Jaume Plensa, Xavier Veilhan, Leo Villareal, Robert Taplin and Cathy de Monchaux.
  • Lightscape: Leo Villareal

    Lightscape was a site-specific light and sound project by Leo Villareal for the New Media Lounge at Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, Lake Worth, FL that was on view in 2002.
  • blip…blah…blog

    blip…blah…blog was an online exhibition exploring the phenomenon of blogs as a new forum for personal expression and social critique. blip…blah…blog featured blogs by James Luckett, Heather B. Hamilton, and Cursor.org and went online in 2002.
  • ETeam

    An exhibition of video works by ETeam on view in the New Media Lounge at Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art in Lake Worth, FL in 2002.