2019 April Open Studios @ Jerome Street Studios, West Medford, MA

 2018 November - Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston MA. Lee Ming Wei’s “Mending Project” artist in residence project.

TOAST, London U.K. post card - mail art exhibition

June -  “Wish You Were Here”, A.I.R. Gallery, NYC

April -  Dialogues: Medium and Materiality @ New Art, Newton MA  installation “7 x7, 40 RX” , 2018. 40 7”x 7” squares, acrylic+canvas, on metal substrate.

January - "Artspeakr", video project, Rebekah Bonner and Aimee Cotnoir, producers, interview. [u tube] 

 2017

December  -  Retreat, Albuquerque and Santa Fe, New Mexico

October -  GOOGLE, Cambridge MA Group Show of CS Art, 50, 8” x 8” acrylic on wood panels

August  - Artist residency, "Open Wabi" Fredrickstown, Ohio USA

July - Cambridge Art Association, Cambridge MA. Member Show

April - Art Residency Assisi, Italy, Pilgrimage to Assisi Basilica - Giotto.

 May - Gallery 263 Cambridge, MA   "The Dinner Project" A Performative Feast, designed and prepared a meal and libations for gallery members.  

 March - Grant $2,500.00  Community Supported Art , CS ART, City of Cambridge, MA.  50 one of a kind original paintings of abstracted botanicals.  

2016

December - Isabella Stewart Garden Museum, invited to re/enact the Lee Ming Wei "Living Room"  project. Boston, MA. I wrote hand written quotes as resource of empowerment, hope, survival, love and connection to spirit and gave quotes away to visitors as gifts.

 September -  Irving PENN, photography exhibit at LUCAD, Cambridge, MA. Project manager for the "live" Fashion Show, a community performance. 

February - "Pace Investigations No. 1" Mobius Cambridge MA, Sandrine Schaefer. Invited to design  graphic/material of a 2 hr. score, performed by Schaefer.   

April - Gallery 263 "Isola" salt installation. Cambridge MA. Members show.

June - "Gertrude's Salon" Boston Center for Art MA / guest facilitator, of "Manifesto" an in depth shared public read. Inspired by," The Murmuring of the Artistic Multitude, Global Art , Memory and Post Fordism", Pascal Gielen.