Selected Curatorial Projects

  • Indigo, UCSD Office of the Dean of the Jacobs School of Engineering
  • Lava, UCSD Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor
  • Mix it Up, Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies UCSD
  • Mint, UCSD Office of the Dean of the Graduate Division
  • Meeting at Square One, UCSD University Art Gallery (UAG)
  • Fire in Hand, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego
  • Chroma, UCSD Office of the Dean of the Division of Arts and Humanities
  • Untitled, Mandeville ADK Gallery, UCSD
  • Triton Art Gallery, UCSD Visual Arts Facility

Selected works included:

Daniel Buren, Torrie Groening, Bruce Nauman, and Do Ho Suh - The Stuart Collection

Katherine Agard, Ana Andrade, Harold Cohen, Teddy Cruz + Fonna Forman, John Dombroski, Grace Grothaus, Kevin Kaufmann, Abe King, Lei Liang, Eddy Miramontes, Maya Grace Misra, Carolina Montejo, János Négyesy, Jon Paden, Gabi Schaffzin, Rancho Shampoo, Brad Stevenson, Elizabeth Stringer, Shahrokh Yadegari and Pinar Yoldas.

Turin 1911: The World’s Fair in Italy
Cristina Della Coletta (UC San Diego Division of Arts and Humanities), Filiberto Chiabrando (Politecnico di Torino), Falko Kuester and Dominique Rissolo (Cultural Heritage Engineering Initiative)

Exhibition Booklet

Selected works included:

Jessica Frelund 
Angie Jennings 
Lisa Korpos 
Aitor Lajarin 
Jean Lowe
Kim MacConnel
Rubén Ortiz-Torres 
Omar Pimienta
Italo Scanga 
Ernest R. Silva 
Exhibition Booklet

Selected works included:

Lucas Coffin
Corey Dunlap
Sarah Farnsworth
Tanner Gilliland-Swetland
Cole Goodwin
Saúl Hernández-Vargas
Audrey Hope
Victoria Iungerich
Yasmine Kasem
Casey Polacheck
Amy Reid
Andrew Sturm
Michael Trigilio
Exhibition Booklet

Selected works included:

Brian Cross
Sheena Ghanbari
Atra Givarkes
Mathieu Gregoire
Audrey Hope
Adriene Hughes
Tad Linfesty
Rubén Ortiz-Torres
Joshua Saunders
Carla Wilson

Exibition Booklet

Exhibition Design

Reclaim! Remain! Rebuild! Posters on Affordable Housing, Gentrification & Resistance” 2019
a selection of political posters on race, housing and gentrification on display from the Center for the Study of Political Graphics. UCSD University Art Gallery