Resume

STEVE LAMBERT

Education
Grants, Awards, & Residencies
Solo Exhibitions
Group Exhibitions
Collections
Selected Public Art Works & Projects
Curatorial Projects
Writing
Documentaries
Books
Bibliography
Performances
Teaching
Affiliations
Etcetera

Education

  • 2006
    • University of California at Davis | MFA, Studio Art
  • 2001
    • San Francisco Art Institute | BFA, Interdisciplinary
  • 1995–98
    • College of San Mateo (Community College may have saved my life)

Grants, Awards, & Residencies

  • 2013
    • Open Society Foundations Democracy and Power Grant (for Center for Artistic Activism)
    • Legion Arts, Cedar Rapids, Iowa | Visual Arts Network (VAN) Artist Residency
  • 2012
    • Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe, NM | Artist Residency for Half-Life Exhibition
    • Space One Eleven, Birmingham, AL | Visual Arts Network (VAN) Artist Residency
    • Institutional Grant | A Blade of Grass (for Center for Artistic Activism Book Project)
    • Open Society Foundations Democracy and Power Grant (for Center for Artistic Activism)
  • 2011
    • SPACES, Cleveland, OH | SPACES World Artist Program – Artist Residency
  • 2010
    • Headlands Center for the Arts | 2010 Bridge Residency
    • Open Society Institute Grant, 2010–2011 (for the School for Creative Activism)
    • Pacific Foundation Partnership, 2009–2010
  • 2009
    • Prix Ars Electronica | Award of Distinction | for New York Times Special Edition
    • Lower East Side Printshop | Special Editions Residency
  • 2008
    • Eyebeam Art & Technology Center | Senior Fellowship
    • San Francisco Weekly | Best Public Art of 2008
    • Turbulence Commission | for ABSML with Jeff Crouse
  • 2007
    • Rhizome Commission for AddArt | Member Selection
    • Eyebeam Art & Technology Center | Senior Fellowship
  • 2006–07
    • Eyebeam Art & Technology Center | OpenLab R&D Fellowship
  • 2004
    • Creative Work Fund | Visual Art Award | for The Anti-Advertising Agency
  • 2002
    • California Arts Council Residency Grant | Artist In Residence
  • 1981
    • San Mateo Times | Father’s Day Draw Your Dad Contest | 1st Prize

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2013
    • Legion Arts, Cedar Rapids, IA | TBA
    • Times Square, NYC | Capitalism Works For Me! True/False
  • 2012
    • Charlie James Gallery, LA CA | “It’s Time to Fight”
    • Real Art Ways, Hartford CT | Capitalism Works For Me! True/False
  • 2011
    • SPACES, Cleveland OH | “Capitalism Works For Me”
  • 2009
    • Pulse Miami Art Fair | IMPULSE Solo Feature with Charlie James Gallery
    • Charles James Gallery, Los Angeles CA | “Everything You Want Right Now!”
  • 2005
    • McBean Project Space at the San Francisco Art Institute, SF CA | Offices of the Anti-Advertising Agency

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • 2013
    • Turning FACT inside out | Foundation for Art and Creative Technology, Liverpool UK
    • Dallas Art Fair
    • Cartographies of Hope: Change Narratives | DOX Centre for Contemporary Art, Prague
    • POISON GREEN | Czech Center New York
    • Word on the Street: Image, Language, Signage | Center for Book and Paper Arts, Columbia College, Chicago
    • Sharper Image | Ethan Cohen Fine Arts, NYC
    • We’ll Make Out Better Than Okay | The Charlotte Street Foundation’s La Esquina Gallery, Kansas City, MO
  • 2012
    • Decordova Biennial | Decordova Museum, Lincoln MA
    • Enacting Populism | Kadist Foundation, Paris
    • MINUS SPACE en Oaxaca: Panorama de 31 artistas internacionales, Multiple Cultural Venues, Oaxaca, Mexico
    • Half Life: Patterns of Change | Santa Fe Art Institute
    • Capital Offense: The End(s) of Capitalism | Beacon Arts Building, Los Angeles
    • Conflux Festival | New York University
    • Intra Country: Patriotic Expressions | Gallery Kayafas, Boston
    • Required Reading: Printed Material as Agent of Intervention | The Center for Book Arts Gallery
    • Co- Re-Creating Spaces | CentraTrak at UT Dallas
    • INCUBATE Festival, Tilburg, Holland, The Netherlands
    • Cartographies of Hope: Change Narratives | DOX Center for Contemporary Art, Prague
    • Project Art Fair, Miami
    • Art in the Age of Truthiness | Site Santa Fe July 8, 2012—January 6, 2013, Minneapolis Institute of Arts March 21—June 9, 2013
  • 2011
    • Creative Time’s Living as Form
    • SPACES, Cleveland OH | Capitalism Works For Me!
    • The Harlem Stage, NYC | A Celebration of Revolution and the Vision of a New World
    • Charlie James Gallery and Marine, Los Angeles | If These Walls Could Talk group show
  • 2010
    • Portland Art Museum, Portland Maine | False Documents and Other Illusions
    • Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, NYC | “Short Term Deviation”
    • Just Art 2010 | NY CLU Benefit
    • Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, CA | HollywoodMerchmART! curated by Emma Grey
    • Park Life, SF CA | “this is the book I have written for you”
    • U.Turn Art Space, Cinncinati OH | Palling Around with Socialists
    • Eyebeam Art and Technology Center | Re:Group: Beyond Models of Consensus
    • Barbara Seiler Galerie, Zurich | Drawings curated by Marcel van Eeden
    • Lower East Side Printshop | EDITIONS ‘10
    • San Francisco Fine Art Fair
    • NEXT Exhibition, Chicago
    • PULSE Art Fair, NYC
  • 2009
    • Piemonte Share Festival, Torino Italy
    • The Arts Guild of Rahway, NJ | Moolah: An Exhibit About Money
    • Bedford Gallery, Walnut Creek | SF Arts Commission Art on Market Street Project
    • Schroeder Romero Gallery, NYC | Play It Forward
    • Gallery Alfero, NJ | Camera Chimera
    • OK Centre, Linz, Austria | Ars Electronica Award Exhibition
    • Jen Bekman Gallery, NY | Summer Reading
    • Weatherspoon Art Museum | Our Subject Is You
    • San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art | It’s Not Us, It’s You
    • FACT, Liverpool | Climate for Change
  • 2008
    • The Vera List Center at Parsons The New School for Design | Ours: Democracy in the Age of Branding
    • Park Avenue Armory/Creative Time | Democracy In America: The National Campaign
    • The Hunterdon Museum of Art, Clinton, NJ | The House That Sprawl Built
    • Articule – Viva Art Action Montreal | Black Market Type & Print Shop Poster Series
    • International Guerilla Video Festival, Milan, Italy
    • The Audacity of Desperation | Urbana Champaign IMC, traveled to PS 122 Gallery at DEMO Space 122
    • Whitney Museum of American Art | Whitney Biennial – collaboration with Neighborhood Public Radio
    • Catharine Clark Gallery, SF, CA | “Wish You Were Here: Postcards from our Awesome Future” prints
  • 2007
    • 20th Dallas Video Festival | “Tech-Art Activism: A Video Art Collection curated by Carolyn Sortor”
    • Eyebeam, NY NY | “Source Code: 10th Anniversary Show”
    • American Film Institute, LA, CA | “Pixelodeon 2007” | curated by Kenyatta Cheese
    • YBCA, SF CA | Collective Foundation
    • Centre de Cultura Contemporánia de Barcelona | “OFFF Festival” | w/ Graffiti Research Lab
    • Federation Square Big Screen, Melbourne Australia | “Caught on Tape”
    • The Lab, SF CA | “Corporate Identity”
    • Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival | for the Samaras Project (with Dara Greenwald and Josh MacPhee)
  • 2006
    • Glowlab Conflux 2006 | Brooklyn, NY | with Sara Dierck and Michael Dodge as Anti-Advertising Agency
    • The Lab, SF CA | “Some Assembly Required” curated by Michael Arcega and Stephen Wolf
    • Catharine Clark Gallery, SF CA | with Packard Jennings as Anti-Advertising Agency
    • The New Gallery, Calgary Alberta CANADA | Shopdropping
  • 2005
    • Het Wilde Weten, Rotterdam, The Netherlands | 2005 Rotterdam VHS Festival
    • POND Gallery, SF CA | Shopdropping
    • Haley Martin Gallery, SF CA | Sprawl
  • 2004
    • The Luggage Store | “A Spoonful of Sugar”
    • Mission 17, SF CA | “Budget Gallery Allstars”
    • New Langton Arts, SF CA | Underwear Party
  • 2003
    • stART at Judson Church, NY NY | “Breaking News”
  • 2002
    • Luggage Store Gallery, SF CA | “NO WAR”
    • Detroit Museum of New Art, Detroit MI | “Ground Zero”
  • 2001
    • Theater for the New City, NY NY | “Counting Coup”
    • Center for Social Change, Northhampton MA | “Counting Coup”
  • 2000
    • Havana, Cuba | 7th Havana Biennial | “Paladar”

Collections

  • Sheldon Museum of Art
  • Library of Congress
  • Progressive Insurance Collection
  • Lynda and Stewart Resnick Collection

Selected Public Art Works & Projects

  • 2011-
    • “Capitalism Works For Me! True/False” | Temporary public art installation touring Cleveland, Boston, Hartford, Santa Fe, San Diego, Los Angeles, New York, and other cities.
  • 2012
    • “It’s Time to Fight” Billboard | Print & Paste, Manchester, England
  • 2011
    • “CLOSE YOUR EYES AND IMAGINE” | video billboard art project | Toronto, Canada
    • “I Want You To Have This” | Edition of 80 with subscription art service, The Present Group
    • “It’s Time to Fight” WaffleShop Billboard | Pittsburgh PA
  • 2008
    • Viva Art Action Montreal | Black Market Type & Print Shop | Posters pasted around Montreal in conjunction with exhibition
  • 2007
    • San Francisco Arts Commission Art on Market Street Poster Series
    • Davis Art Commission, Davis CA | Welcoming Committee performance | Curated by Renny Pritikin
  • 2006
    • The Steve Lambert Show | series of bi-weekly experimental public affairs radio programs on KDVS radio.

Curatorial Projects

  • 2008-
    • Add-Art | Browser plugin that replaces online advertising with art
  • 2006-
  • 1999-’05
  • 2003
    • Adeline Kent Award | “Gail Wight: The Evolution of Disarticulation” | Walter McBean Gallery
    • Stencils: The Art of Negative Spaces | with StencilArchive.Org
    • Learning to Love You More with Aragon High School | Assignment #5 | San Mateo City Hall
  • 2001
    • San Francisco Art Institute, SF CA | “Prime Time” Lecture Series for SFAI Artists Committee

Writing

  • 2012
    • Beautiful Trouble: A Toolbox for Revolution, OR Books | Chapter on “Drum Circle Theory”
    • “An Open Letter to Critics Writing About Political Art” | co-written with Stephen Duncombe for the Center for Artistic Activism
  • 2011
    • NetWorks: Case Studies in Web Art and Design, Routledge, xtine burrough (editor) | Chapter on Add-Art
  • 2009
    • “The Yes Men” BOMB Magazine, Spring 2009
  • 2008
    • “The Great Internet Wiki Marathon” New York Foundation for the Arts NYFA Current Magazine, May 2008

Documentary Films

  • 2011
    • This Space Available: The Grassroots Movement Against Visual Pollution
  • 2010
    • Cultures of Resistance
  • 2009
    • The Yes Men Fix The World
  • 2008
    • Graffiti Research Lab: The Complete First Season

Books

  • 2013
    • Slanted, BRIGHT! Typography between Illustration and Art, DAAB Books
  • 2011
    • Jorinde Seijdel (Editor), Liesbeth Melis (Editor), Merijn Oudenampsen (Editor), Open 20: The Populist Imagination, NAi Publishers, Pgs 27–37
    • Iaspis, DESIGN ACT Socially and politically engaged design today – critical roles and emerging tactics, Sternberg Press
    • Dalton Conley, You may Ask Yourself: An Introduction to Thinking Like a Sociologist, 2e., W. W. Norton & Company
    • burrough (Editor), NetWorks: Case Studies in Web Art and Design, Routledge
  • 2010
    • Marc and Sara Schiller, TRESSPASS A History of Uncomissioned Urban Art, Taschen Press
    • Patrick Frank, Prebles’ Artforms, 10th edition, Prentice Hall, pg. 447
    • Stéphanie Lemoine, Artivisme: Art, Action Politique et Résistance Culterelle, Editions Alternatives
  • 2009
    • The Yes Men Activity book/Keep It Slick, Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University
    • Alexander Alberro and Blake Stimson (editors), Institutional Critique, MIT Press
    • Annice Jacoby (editor) Street Art San Francisco: Mission Muralismo! Abrams Press
    • xtine borrough and Michael Mandiberg, Digital Foundations Intro to Media Design, AIGA/New Riders
  • 2008
    • Russell Howze, Stencil Nation, Manic D Press, Inc.
    • Nato Thompson (editor), A Guide to Democracy in America Creative Time Books
  • 2007
    • Keri Smith The Guerilla Art Kit Princeton Architectural Press
  • 2004
    • Josh MacPhee, Stencil Pirates Soft Skull Press

Bibliography

  • 2013
    • Future Tense Radio Program, “Pranks and Tricksters” Australiam Broadcasting Corporation, February 3, 2013
    • Social Text #114 – Cover Image
    • Marty Carlock, “Steve Lambert” Sculpture Magazine, p66, April 2013
    • Mary Louise Schumacher, “Steve Lambert blinkering on Lake Drive” Milwaukee Journal Sentinal, April 5, 2013.
    • Polina Dubik, “Dictionary of Modern Art” Harper’s Bazaar Art Russia, April 2013
    • Ilene Strizver “TypeTalk: Steve Lambert’s Typography for Social Change” creativepro.com, January 16, 2013
  • 2012
    • WNPR, Connecticut Public Radio – interview during local segment on Morning Edition
    • Boston Metro, “Artwork Capitalizes on Public Spaces, Feedback” p2, April 10, 2012
    • Francine Koslow Miller, “At the DeCordova Biennial, Dreams of Disneyland” Art in America, Jan 26th
    • Adam Stock, “Making Art in Dystopia,” Alluvium, Vol. 1, No. 3 (2012): n. pag. Web. 1 August 2012.
    • Shelley Leopold “Political Prankster Steve Lambert Brings His Interactive Signs to Charlie James Gallery” LA Weekly, September 20 2012
    • Ramia Mazé et al. Share This Book, Axl Books
  • 2011
    • Rens Groenendijk, “Het Katern/Onzichtbaar” Eigen Huis & Interieur (Netherlands), October 2011, pg 271
    • Joseph Clark, “Patriot Games” Cleveland Scene Magazine, Sept 14, 2011
    • Steven Litt, “Spaces gallery kicks off Fall season with a slant toward conceptual art”, Cleveland Plain Dealer, August 26th
    • Rob Walker, “Implausible Futures for Unpopular Places” DesignObserver.com
    • John d’Addario, “The (Other) C-Word” Hyperallergic.com
    • Paul Laster, “The Best Art Projects in the History of Kickstarter” flavorwire.com
  • 2010
    • Sarah Hanley, Lower East Side Printshop’s Special Edition Residency 2010 Catalog essay, Lower East Side Printshop
    • Erin Lindholm, “New York’s Satellite Fairs: Bling, String, and Subversive Things” artinamericamagazine.com, March 10, 2010
    • Rachel Dry, The slackers’ guide to New Year’s resolutions, The Washington Post, January 3, 2010
  • 2009
    • Geez Magazine, Back Cover Image
    • Christopher Knight “Review: Steve Lambert at Charlie James Gallery” Los Angeles Times, May 15, 2009
    • Ben Marks “It’s Not Us, It’s You” KQED Arts, May 07, 2009
    • Fillip Magazine “Best Case Scenario” Winter 2009
    • Harper’s Magazine “The Times, They Are A-Changin’” January 2009
    • Paddy Johnson “Best of the Web 2008” artfagcity.com, January 12, 2008
    • Jenna Wortham “Firefox Add-Ons Double as Art, Pranks and Fun” The New York Times Bits Blog, February 12, 2009
  • 2008
    • Carl Lavin, “Iraq War Ends (On Paper); Why real newspapers should take a lesson from a fake one.” Forbes.com
    • Nato Thompson (editor), “A Guide to Democracy in America” Creative Time Books
    • Geoff Manaugh, “Q&A” Dwell Magazine, October 2008, page 64
    • Andrew Adam Newman, “Profile: Steve Lambert.” AdWeek Magazine, June 30, 2008
    • Hamilton Nolan “Offers You Can’t Refuse: Get Paid to Quit the Advertising Industry!” Gawker.com, April 17 2008
    • Bryant Park Project “Dialog Over Public Advertising Gets Sticky” National Public Radio, April 2008
    • Lamar Clarkson “WikiBusiness” ArtNews, April 2008
    • Roberta Fallon “Come Play With Me” Philadelphia Weekly, January 23rd, 2008
    • Eliran Levy, Ma’ariv Weekend (Israel), p10,11 Jan 4, 2008
  • 2007
    • Michael Leaverton “World of Tomorrow” SF Weekly, Arts and Entertainment, November 14, 2007
    • Elizabeth Haines ““Windows and Wallpapering: Questions about Art, Technology and Poetic Interference” ModArt Magazine, October 2007
    • Merit Karise “Interview with Steve Lambert” Estonian Ekspress (Estonia), August 30, 2007
    • Stefano Caldana “Llega el plugin art para Firefox El País, CiberPaís9, July 9, 2007
    • CBC News “Banner ads spur positive responses, study finds” CBC News Online, May 15, 2007
    • Andrew Adam Newman “Web Fight: Blocking Ads and Adding Art” New York Times, C8, May 14, 2007
    • Florencia Werchowsky “La protesta contra la polución publicitaria Clarîn (Argentina), Mar 18, 2007
    • Rocketboom.com, “Field Report” (Light Criticism), Jan 25, 2007
  • 2006
    • Cory Doctorow, “Biofeedback Game Where You Compete to Relax” BoingBoing.net, July 21, 2006
    • Ivan Fulco, “Simmer Down Sprinters: Videogiocare con lo stress” La Stampa (Italy), Aug 24, 2006
    • Kenneth Baker, “Jennings and Dulzaides at Clark” San Francisco Chronicle, May 6, 2006
    • Rachel Gregg, “A Parallel Universe” Sacramento News & Review, Page 15–17, Jan 12, 2006, Vol 17 Issue 42
    • McVeigh, Jennifer “Shop Till you Drop: The Art of Shopping Takes on New Meaning” Calgary Herald June 2006
    • Del Pesco, Joseph “Beware of Subversion in Your Supermaket” Fast Forward, Calgary, June 8th 2006
  • 2005
    • Scott Indrisek, “Budget Gallery” BlackBook Magazine: State of the Arts Issue, Page 58, Fall 2005, n40
    • Kathleen Holder, “Anarchists Unite!” Dateline UCDavis, Page 2, Oct 7, 2005, v19, n4
    • David Kaplan, “Anti-Advertising Antidote” MediaPost’s Media, Page 13, March 2005
  • 2004
    • Elise Soukup, “Advertising: Counterprogramming” Newsweek Magazine, Pg13, October 11, 2004, vCXLIV, n15
    • Jess Greenwood, “The Sky’s Off Limits” The Reel Magazine, Pg38, October 2004, Issue12, London, England
    • Wooster Collective Website “Profile: Steve Lambert”, August 2, 2004
  • 2003
    • Emily Landes, “Talking Back Public Space One Art Show at a Time” The Wave Magazine, Pg35, Jun 4, 2003, v3 i11
    • Aurelia d’Andrea, “Vigilante: A Veteran Street Artist Leaves his Mark for Political Change” (with SF Print Collective), [X]Press Magazine, Pg10, April 2003
    • Kitchen Sink Magazine | “The New Art Scene: Art Found Alive and Well and Living in the Bay Area”
  • 2001
    • Manny Hyde, “Puppet Street Project” Punk Planet Magazine, Pg 58–60, May/June 2001, i43
    • Bay Area and National TV News | Coverage for Puppet Street Project

Performances And Lectures

  • 2013
    • Experiments in Extra-Institutional Education | CUNY Grad Center, NYC
    • Flux Death Match: Arts Funding, Follow the $$$$ | Flux Factory, NYC
    • MIT Civic Media Lunch: Steve Lambert | MIT Civic Media Lab
  • 2012
    • Creative Time Summit | NYC
    • CAFK+A Big Ideas Lecture | Kitchener Ontario
    • Visiting Artist Lecture, Arts Practicum Program in NYC
    • NYU Hemispheric Institute “Creative Activism Thursdays” Lecture on Comedy and Activism
    • Conflux Festival | panel discussion
    • Applied Brilliance Conference
    • MediaImpact: International Festival of Activist Art (moderator) | NYU
    • NPN/VAN Annual Meeting | Performance/lecture on comedy with Kristina Wong and Chris Kaminstein
  • 2011
    • Occupy Amsterdam Art Tent | “‘Political Expressionism’ and Other Fallacies of the Political Artist” informal lecture
    • Carnegie Mellon University | “‘Political Expressionism’ and Other Fallacies of the Political Artist” lecture and workshop with Stephen Duncombe
    • School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston | Colloquium “From Appropriation to Infiltration: Accessing Public through Tactical Media”
    • De Baile, Amsterdam | Symposium “The Populist Front; On the Role of Myth, Storytelling and Imaginary in Populist Movements”
  • 2010
    • The New Museum | “Free: A Talk and Walking Tour with Jokes”
    • Liquid Democracies Panel at Transmediale Festival, Berlin Germany | “Utopia”
    • Parsons/The New School – School of Art, Media, and Technology | Visiting Artists Lecture
    • Headlands Center for the Arts | “The YouTube School of Social Politics” lecture (a Red76 project)
    • Humanity in Action NYC | “American Protest” lecture and panel
    • Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, NYC | “Discussion: The Artist-Citizen, Advocating Change”
  • 2009
    • FREEDOM: Do It Yourself with Steve Lambert and Sam Gould | Vera List Center at the New School, NY
    • The Brooklyn Rail Presents RhantRhapsody #19 “The Absurdity of Hope” | Reading
    • “Everything You Want, Right Now!” How advertising distorts culture | Figment Festival, Pershing Hall, Governor’s Island, NYC
    • “But Does it Work?” | with Stephen Duncombe and Joseph Delappe | Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, NY
    • Red76 Flying University’s Pop-Up Book Academy
    • Carnegie Mellon Department of Art | School of Art Lecture Series
  • 2008
    • Harvard University | The Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts presents Bring Your Own: Voices of the Contemporary
    • University of Iowa | Artist Lecture: The Eyebeam Roadshow
    • The New Museum | Rhizome Commission presentation
    • Museum of Modern Art | Graffiti Research Lab Screening and Panel Discussion with James Powderly and Evan Roth
    • Gelf Magazine Presents | Non-Motivational Speaker Series with Alan Abel and Ron English
    • California College of the Arts | Urban Visions Panel with Packard Jennings, Peter Albert, John Peterson, Tom Radulovich, and Seleta Reynolds
  • 2007
    • UC Santa Barbara | Guest Artist Lecture
    • Maker Faire Bay Area, San Mateo County Fairgrounds | Lecture with James Powderly
    • University of California Institute for Research in the Arts‘ State of the Arts Conference | D I Y = > D I T : New Social Practices & Digital Distribution with James Powderly of the Graffiti Research Lab, Sal Randolph, Josh Greene, and Larisa Mann.
    • Free University Program at Co-Prosperity Sphere, Chicago IL | VERSION>07 THE INSURECTION INTERNATIONALE
    • Mess Hall, Chicago IL | Eyebeam Roadshow
    • Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona | Now: Meetings in the Present Continuous | Panel discussion with Gemma Galdon, Richard Sennett, and Pierre Humeau
    • Eyebeam Center for Art and Technology | The Great Internet Sleepover | “Game Show”
    • Transmodernage Festival, Baltimore | “I WILL TALK…”
    • Fountain Art Fair, New York | “I WILL TALK…”
    • Eyebeam | Shopdropping Workshop Series
  • 2006
    • Mission Cultural Center | “Can You Buy Beauty?” | Panel Discussion for Dancer’s Group in conjunction with Jo Kreiter’s “The Live Billboard Project”
    • Version Festival 06 | Free University Program | Lecture
  • 2003
    • Yerba Buena Center for the Arts | Panelist | 2003 Make Art Your Business Workshop Series
    • Leadership High School SF CA | Art and Political Expression Workshop
    • Stanford University | Stencil Making Workshop

Teaching

  • 2012-
    • Assistant Professor in New Media, State University of New York (SUNY) Purchase
  • 2012
    • Center for Artistic Activism workshop at Creative Time Summit
  • 2011-
    • Center for Artistic Activism | School for Creative Activism Workshop Leader at weekend workshops around the United States, in Holland, and Kenya.
  • 2010–12
    • Regular Full-Time Faculty in Text and Image Arts | School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
  • 2008-
    • Creative Capital Foundation | Internet for Artists Workshop Leader
  • 2010
    • NYU Interactive Telecommunications Program | “Don’t Be a Jerk, Share Your Code” workshop for ITP Summer Camp
  • 2008–10
    • Hunter College Film and Media Department, InterMedia Arts Program | Adjunct Lecturer | Culture Jamming
    • Parsons/The New School for Design | Adjunct Lecturer | Foundations Laboratory
  • 2007
    • Parsons/The New School for Design | Adjunct Lecturer | Foundations Laboratory
    • City University of New York – College of Staten Island | Adjunct Lecturer | History of advertising and practice of social marketing
  • 2006
    • San Francisco Art Institute Adult Community Education | Instructor | Darkroom Photo and Video
    • University of California at Davis | Associate Instructor | course: Drawing 2
  • 2005
    • University of California at Davis | Associate Instructor | course: Drawing 1
  • 2003–04
    • Aragon High School San Mateo, CA | Classroom Instructor, 3d Art
  • 2002–03
    • Artist-in-Residence | Aragon High School | San Mateo CA (Grant from California Arts Council)
  • 1995–98
    • Chief Announcer, Production Director, Music Director | KZSU Stanford Radio | Stanford CA

Affiliations

  • 2011-
    • Founder and Co-Director | Center for Artistic Activism
  • 2009-
    • P!oneers | Amsterdam
  • 2008–09
    • Contributor | Joey Skaggs’ ArtOfThePrank.com
  • 2005-
    • Contributor | Stay Free! Daily
  • 2004
    • Founder/“CEO” | the Anti-Advertising Agency
  • 2003–04
    • Co-Chair | San Francisco Art Institute Artists Committee
  • 2000–02
    • Member | San Francisco Art Institute Artists Committee
  • 1999-
    • Founder/Co-Director | The Budget Gallery

Et Cetera

  • 2004
    • Electric Bass | Lord Loves A Working Man | 9 piece soul band
  • 2001–02
    • Upright bass with honky-tonk/western swing band | Johnny Dilks and his Visitacion Valley Boys
  • 2001
    • Electric Bass | Harold Ray Live in Concert | Founding member
  • 1999
    • Electric bass with 11 piece Northern Soul band | the InCiters
  • 1976
    • Born | Los Angeles, CA