Education

Corcoran School of the Art+ Design at George Washington University,

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Washington, D.C.

Duke Ellington School of the Arts, High School Diploma, Washington, D.C

Solo Exhibitions

2017 “When Watching God”, Gallery 102- George Washington University, Washington D.C.

“Spirit Rises”, Congress Heights Arts and Culture Center, Washington D.C.

Selected Exhibitions

2018

"Bright Future" Studio Gallery 

“Alchemical Vessels” Smith Center for the Healing Arts

“We Got Next”, DC Commission of Arts and Humanities

“Blackbird” Baltimore,MD Eubie Banks Center/MICA Curatorial Program

“The Elements That Define Us: Contemporary Portraits of The Black Experience”, PG African American Museum

“Akwaaba”, Congress Heights and Arts Culture Center

“Artist Showcase”, The Stew

2017

“Transformer 13th Annual Silent Auction and Benefit Party”, Transformer Gallery/Katzen Arts Center at American University, Washington D.C.

“When Watching God” TheArc, Washington DC

“11th Annual East of the River”, Honfleur Gallery DC

“Sacred Feminine”, Buchanan Partners Gallery-Hylton Performing Arts Center, Manassas, Virginia

“Revelation/Revolution”, Olly Olly Art Space, Washington D.C.

“Alchemical Vessels”, Smith Center for Healing and the Arts, Washington D.C.

2016

“Transformer 12th Annual Silent Auction and Benefit Party”, Transformer Gallery/Katzen Arts Center at American University, Washington D.C.

 “10th Annual East of the River Exhibition”, Honfleur Gallery, Washington D.C.

“The Agora Culture’s Art on the Vine”, Martha’s Vineyard

“Post Corcoran”, Studio Gallery, Washington D.C.

"Radical Re-Imaginings: Our Racialized, Past, Present, and Futures", Woolly Mammoth Theatre, Washington D.C.

“FREESHIPPING”, Anacostia Arts Center, Washington DC

“NEXT”, Corcoran School of Art and Design at George Washington University, Washington DC

2015  

“Pressure Points”, DC Arts Center, Adams Morgan, DC

“From the “Root”, Adinkra Cultural Arts Center, Mount Rainier, MD

“Fantastic Planet Show”, Adinkra Cultural Arts Center, Mount Rainier, MD

“Epithet”, EMP Collective, Baltimore MD

Site Specific Work

2014 The New Migration: Abigail Deville Installation 5x5 team, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Washington D.C.

2010-2012 Sousa Mural, Lets Meet at the Corner Mural: Alicia Coshanan team/Murals DC, Washington, D.C.

Collections

2012  Johnetta B. Cole, Director of the National Museum of African Art Museum

Residencies

2011  Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Aspen, Colorado

Teaching

2017-Present Archbishop Carroll Catholic High School, Washington D.C., Visual Arts Teacher for 9th-12th grade/ IB Educator 

2015-17 Nationhouse Independent Afrikan Centered School, Washington D.C., Art Educator for Preschool-High School/Teacher’s Assistant