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The Graphic Imperative: International Posters for Peace, Social Justice and the Environment, 1965 – 2005


Graphic Noise:

Art at 1,000 Decibels 

University Galleries

Florida Atlantic University
November 10, 2006 – January 27, 2007

Project direction and management for two traveling exhibitions combined to create a cacaphony of over 700 posters.

Surfing Florida:

A Photographic History

University Galleries

Florida Atlantic University
March 16 – May 12, 2012

Project Director for this unprecedented history exhibition featuring over 50 photographers, several contributions from humanities scholars and collaboration with many community-based surfing organizations. Funded by a Florida Humanities Council grant the exhibition travels to Pensacola Museum of Art, Surf Expo (industry trade show) and University of Florida. A related book is under contract with the University Press of Florida.


Rick Valicenti

and 21st Century Thirst

University Galleries

Florida Atlantic University
February 13 - April 3, 2010

Project management and exhibition design details for this survey of work since 2000 by internationally recognized Chicago-based graphic designer and "Thirst" his studio. 

​​Me, Myself & I

University Galleries

Florida Atlantic University
November 5, 2004 - January 29, 2005


Project management for guest-curated exhibition of 22 artists whose self images retained aspects of autobiography while deflecting traditional ideas surrounding self-portraiture. Selected Artists: Slater Bradley, Anthony Goicolea, Julie Heffernan, Zhang Huan, Nikki S. Lee, Tomoko Sawada.

Raymond Pettibon: 

The Punk Years, 1978 – 1986

University Galleries

Florida Atlantic University
November 13, 2010 – January 22, 2011

Project direction for this project employing a traveling exhibition from Independent Curators Inc. that featured hundreds of Pettibon’s early graphics, combined with a selection of recent drawings from the Rubbell Collection (Miami), a club stage for music performances by several bands and a series of curated films, videos and other public programs. 

​​Mark Catesby’s

Travels in La Florida, 1722-1726:

& Natural Histories

November 8, 2001 – January 12, 2002
University Galleries

Florida Atlantic University

Project Director for two exhibitions presented side by side, one guest curated presenting the 18th century artist naturalist Mark Catesby who worked 100 years before Audubon; the other “Natural Histories,” curated by Faulds, featuring 9 contemporary artists who deal with environmental issues and relationships between science and nature including Alexis Rockman, Catherine Chalmers, Walton Ford, and Christy Rupp.

​​Art: African-American

Williams College Museum of Art
Spring - Summer 1989


Project Director, design and publication art direction for three exhibitions (two toured the U.S.), two catalogues, and related programs: Black Photographers Bear Witness: 100 Years of Social Protest, 3/25 - 10/8, 1989, Deborah Willis, curator with historian Howard Dodson of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture; Stitching Memories: African-American Story Quilts, 4/15 - 10/1, 1989. Selections: Six Contemporary African-American Artists, 5/13 - 10/29, 1989. WCMA collaborated with numerous Williams’s academic departments and community groups in Pittsfield, MA to plan the exhibitions and special events such as a concert by folklorist Bernice Reagon. A quilt by Faith Ringgold was commissioned as part of the project.

​​MARKS of the SOUL

& Caribbean Festival

University Galleries

Florida Atlantic University
March 26 – May 30, 2001


Project Co-Director for three-part project including: contemporary art exhibition featuring 9 Caribbean artists living in the Caribbean, U.S. and Europe. Several artists created/completed works on-site; A symposium and film series featuring the Nobel-Laureate Derek Walcott and prominent Caribbean filmmakers and scholars; and, a Community Celebration featuring regional performing arts groups. Exhibition catalogue management and art direction.

​​Sites of Recollection:

Four Altars and A Rap Opera

Williams College Museum of Art
January 9  - May 16, 1992

Project management, catalogue design, and coordination with co-curators and artists for this exhibition of installation works by five ethnically diverse artists, including tour negotiations and management. Coordination of planning and implementation for the campus wide program series "Claiming Cultures," se
rving many disciplines involving artists’ performances, lectures, and readings.

Installation views of works by David Chung (left) and James Luna. 

Maurice Prendergast

Williams College Museum of Art
October 6 - December 17, 1990

Project management including traveling exhibition tour management, and exhibition design for a comprehensive survey of this important American artist on the occasion of the publication of a catalogue raisonne resulting from a seven year Williams College Museum of Art research project.

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