MA, Art History, Theory and Criticism, SAIC 2008. Concurrent Position: Interim Director of Communications, The Renaissance Society; Independent Curator and Collections Manager; Vice President, Board of Directors, Spudnik Press. Exhibitions (curator): Pulp as Portal, Center for Book Arts, New York, 2017; How Much Land, McCormick Gallery, 2016; The Heart of the Matter, Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation, 2016; Social Paper, Columbia College Chicago, 2014; Twelve Variations, Chicago Artists Coalition, 2013; Structures for Reading, Columbia College Chicago, 2013; November, The Franklin, 2013; This is Paul Halupka, Contemporary Arts Council, 2011; MFA Exhibition, Sullivan Galleries, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 2011; Untitled: Field Work, Dominican University, 2009. Publications: Noelle Allen: Aesthetics of Accumulation, Comfort Station, 2014; Papermaking and Social Action, Art in Print Issue 3, Volume 6. Melissa Potter, co-author; Now is the Time: From Fence to Form, Spudnik Press, 2013; Superheroes on the Ground, DePaul Art Museum, 2012; In Conversation with Sandra Percival, Curating Now, 2005. Grants: Clinton Hill / Allan Tran Foundation Curatorial Grant; Craft Research Fund; Contemporary Arts Council; Association of Art Museums and Curators.
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