2020 Exhibitions

Latitude & Longitude

Solo Exhibition
Tahoe Gallery, Sierra Nevada College
Incline Village, NV 
Feb 13 - March 20, 2020

Strange Fruit

Solo Pop-Up Exhibition

Cathedral Gallery

Los Angeles, CA

February 8 - 28, 2020

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2019 Exhibitions


National Veterans Art Museum

Chicago, Illinois

May 2 - July 28, 2019


Museum of African Diaspora

San Francisco, CA 

May 10 - June 22, 2019


The Euphrat Museum, DeAnza College,

Cupertino, CA

February 4 - March 21, 2019


Cove Studio
Oakland, CA

February 2 - March 14, 2019

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2018 Exhibitions


Minnesota Street Project

San Francisco CA

December 1 - 29, 2018


Sponsored by the Goethe Institute, re:home is a For Freedoms exhibition and community action that examines how the broad societal crises of sanctuary city, homelessness, and the flight of the creative class intersect in the San Francisco Bay Area. 

3.9 Collective: "Space is a Place: A San Francisco Funk Lesson"

The Growlery

San Francisco, CA

November 10 - December 15, 2018 


140 Characters

Root Division

San Francisco, CA   


November 7 - December 1, 2018 


140 Characters examines the role of text-based art within contemporary society and its relationship to continually changing technologies and forms of communication. Text-based art is inherently in contrast between the explicit and the ambiguous; text conveys specific ideas while the ambiguity of language often leaves itself open to interpretation.

Various social media platforms allow participants to craft personal brands and find 24-hour audiences, which significantly affect the way we choose to communicate and take in information. This group exhibition questions how new technologies and various social media influence creative production, as well as highlight the ways in which we connect and communicate with one another.

​For Freedoms: Town Hall  *CCA Creative Citizenship in Action series

CCA Nave Alcove

San Francisco, CA

October 25, 2018

Organized by the California College of the Arts in conjunction with the For Freedoms 50 State Initiative. For Freedoms believes art, and artists, play an important role in galvanizing our society towards a more representative and transparent government. 

Telling Stories

Throckmorton Gallery and Theatre

Mill Valley, CA

October 2 - November 4, 2018

Art & Activism: Drawing the LIne

Children's Museum of Arts

New York, NY

September 15, 2018 – October 28, 2018

Art & Activism: Drawing the line looks at art as a form of activism and considers different aesthetic strategies that artists have used to address the politically urgent questions of their time. The artists included in the exhibition draw from the emergence of protests and use contemporary art to rethink conventions of gender, sexuality, immigration and race.

Silence Out Loud: African American Portraits

Museum of Northern California Art

Chico, CA

September 6 - October 28, 2018

Silence Out Loud: African American Portraits: In conjunction with MONCA's main exhibition Black and White in Black and White: Images of Dignity, Hope and Diversity in America, MONCA presents Silence Out Loud: African American Portraits, organized by Ramekon O'Arwisters, artist and retired curator of fine-art photography at SFO Museum at San Francisco International Airport.  

Silence Out Loud  features members of the 3.9 Art Collective, an association of African American artists, curators, and art writers dedicated to drawing attention to the San Francisco Bay Area's dwindling black population through their art, activism, and social engagement. 

This exhibit examines a non-traditional presentation of the Black image. The exhibition presents abstract and conceptual works of art, which reflects a boarder and an extremely personal look at identity, gender, and race through contemporary portraiture. Artists included in the exhibition are Ron Saunders, Virginia Jourdan, Cheryl Derricotte, William Rhodes, Mark Harris, Kristine Mays, Michael Ross, Rodney Ewing, and Nancy Cato. 


Jackson Street Gallery

San Francisco, CA

September 14 - October 26, 2018


National Veterans Art Museum

Chicago, IL


May 1 - September 30, 2018 

Artifacts explores the material and speculative objects that hold personal, cultural, and political import for those directly and indirectly impacted by war.

The exhibition features The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist by internationally celebrated artist Michael Rakowitz; Exit Wounds and What We Carried by the award winning photographer Jim Lommasson; Battle Beyond the Battlefield by former Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Fellow and veteran artist Alicia Dietz; Sum of My Father by former de Young Fine Arts Museum Resident and veteran artist Rodney Ewing; The Shrapnel Project by Purple Heart recipient and artist Phillip Schladweiler; and the award winning Combat Paper by veteran artist Drew Cameron.

Bringing together photography, sculpture, and installation, the artworks in Artifacts serve to expand the definition of “artifact” and examine the ways in which collected objects hold meaning and significance for people, societies, and history impacted by war.