Eureka Fellow!

I have been horrible at updating this section of my website and have had lots of fantastic things going on. 

But in at attempt to jump to the most recent (exciting) news:

Beyond thrilled to share that I’ve been selected as one of 12 recipients of the 2023-2025 Fleishhacker Foundation’s Eureka Fellowship Grant!! So honored to be nominated and become a recipient!Thank you to everyone involved: My lovely nominator (is this a word?), the @fleishhacker_foundation, the jury - Ashley James, Associate Curator of Contemporary Art at the Guggenheim in New York; Miriam Bale, Artistic Director at Indie Memphis; and Michael Chavez, Public Art Program Manager for the City & County of Denver and of course all of my friends and family that encourage me and cheer me on. Big congrats to all other artists!! Shout out to my friends and previous recipients @jamil.hellu and @rrael for being supportive and amazing as well! And of course to my Stanford family (the reason I moved to the Bay!) @stanfordartpractice @stanfordaah @cantorarts

Mother and Child travels from Ford Foundation to MSU Broad Museum

Mother and Child (2019) was originally commissioned by the Newcomb Museum in New Orleans for the group exhibition Per(Sister): Incarcerated Women of Louisiana.

Since then the show has traveled from the Newcomb Museum to the Ford Foundation in NYC (where it sadly got shuttered by Covid).  

Happy to say it has traveled on to the MSU Broad Museum where it will be on display until December 12th.  

Installation photos to come!

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