Locating Form in Virtual Spaces: a group exhibition at the Nook Gallery (Inglewood) presenting works by Janna Avner, Atley Loughridge, Eric Dwight Hancock, Ian Hagarty, Kristin McWharter, Jacquelyn Bell Johnson, and Kate Parsons. May 11 – July 8th 2019
The Other Art Fair Los Angeles: FEMMEBIT X VR – presents virtual reality works, digital prints, and paintings exploring simulated worlds. Featuring the works of Amanda Stojanov, Tara Dilloughery, Kate Parsons, Richelle Gribble, Janna Avner and limited edition posters by Mark Allen. -March 28 – 31st 2019
Invisible Structures: the Artworks of Janna Avner & Richelle Gribble at Franco Moraegrega Gallery January 19 2019 – March 1 2019
Love: Lost and Found. Brooklyn Fireproof. Brooklyn: Feb. 26, 2014
[un]familiar. Grin City Collective’s Art Residency. Grinnell Gallery, Iowa: July 2012
Art to Die For: A Collection of Artwork. Morse Gallery, Yale University: May 2012
Spring Duo show, The Allen and Leah Rabinowitz Gallery, The Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life, New Haven, CT. May 2012
Senior Thesis Show. Yale University: April 21, 2012
CURATION / PROJECTS
Guest Speaker, The School of the New York Times, July 1, 2019. Unlocking the Future: Emerging Technologies, taught by Sameer Gupta.
Arts Writer and Curator for The Nook Gallery at the Beacon Arts Building, Inglewood, CA.
COFOUNDER OF FEMMEBIT FESTIVAL LA 2019 Exhibitions include, Navel.LA, Spring/Break Art Fair, The Yoko Ono Tribute at the Walt Disney Concert Hall: BreatheWatchListenTouch, The Other Art Fair, LA Metaphysical Library, Dub Lab Creative Cultivation Salon and Fundraiser, The Standard LA.
Femmebit November 18th – 20th, 2016: A new media show dedicated to women in the Los Angeles arts: this will be a comprehensive survey of what’s happening “on the ground” and after turning over every stone. Created by Kate Parsons, Janna Avner, Sharsten Plenge, Gizelle Zatonyl, and Julieta Gil. Click here for more information. @femmebit : Press Release.
Copy Editor of Blackpulp! traveling exhibition’s catalogue and materials, at the International Print Center New York, Oct. 1 – Dec. 3, 2016, curated by Will Villalongo and Mark Thomas Gibson.
Publication: “Carlos Ramos.” The Yale School of Art: Painting and Printmaking Thesis Catalogue, Yale University Press: May 2012.
Editor, Associate Editor and Arts Editor for the Yale Literary Magazine, 2007 – 2011.
Contributing Reporter for the Yale Daily News, the Herald, and Volume Magazine, 2010.
Lecturer at CB-1 Guest Gallery in Los Angeles on the contemporary art market and colorist painting, February 2016: The Yale Club of LA.
Lecturer for symposium, David Joselit’s “Women Make Modern.” Yale University, Spring 2012
This best-of-the-year anthology was published fall 2017 by Unnamed Press and includes contributing writers from the New Yorker, the Atlantic, the New York Times, Wired, and Pacific Standard. “What Future is an important contribution, encouraging dialogue and discussion that can help us begin to come to terms with what, in many way, is a troubling future, but one that we must nevertheless seek to influence.” Info.