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EDUCATION 


2007 MFA, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA

2003 BA, Art History and Visual Arts, Occidental College Los Angeles, CA


WORK EXPERIENCE

Fall 2013 - Present
Associate Professor, Liberal Arts & Sciences, Communication Arts, and Graduate Graphic Design Departments, Otis College of Art & Design, Los Angeles, CA

Spring 2013
Adjunct Faculty, Fine Arts Department, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA

Fall 2012 - Present
Academic Mentor, Communication Arts Department, Otis College of Art & Design, Los Angeles, CA

2011 - Present
Contributing Editor, Artillery Magazine, Los Angeles, CA

2010 - 2013
Adjunct Faculty, Communication Arts, Liberal Arts & Sciences, and Graduate Graphic Design Departments, Otis College of Art & Design, Los Angeles, CA

2010 - 2020
Founder and Director, 323 Projects, Experimental project space, (323) 843-4652, 323projects.com

Spring 2010
Instructor, Fine Art Critique & Professional Practices, Side Street Projects, Pasadena, CA

2008 - 2014
Project Manager, Praccis, Creative Consulting, Los Angeles, CA

2008 - 2014
Marketing Director, Getting Your Sh*t Together (GYST-Ink), Professional Business Solutions for Artists, Los Angeles, CA

2007
Fine Arts Outreach & Project Manager, Live Earth, Los Angeles, CA

2006 - 2013
Editor and Researcher, Marcia Tucker Estate, Los Angeles, CA

2006
Teaching Assistant, Larry Johnson and Otis College, Los Angeles, CA

2006 - Present
Freelance Writer, Los Angeles, CA

2005 - 06
Teaching Assistant, Marcia Tucker and Otis College, Los Angeles, CA

2004 - 2005
Curatorial Assistant, Joanne Stuhr Curatorial Services, Tucson, AZ

2007 - 2008
Associate Director, BANK Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Otis College Of Art & Design Courses Taught
  • Birth of The Modern, Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • History of Advertising, Graphic Design, and Illustration, Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • Illustration Senior Studio, Communication Arts 
  • Illustration Communication Studio IV, Communication Arts
  • Travel Study Course: Rome: Real & Imagined, Liberal Arts & Sciences 
  • Communication Arts Practicum
  • Considering Final Projects Intensive Retreat, Graduate Graphic Design
  • Final Projects, Graduate Graphic Design 
  • Pushing (More) Boundaries Seminar, Graduate Graphic Design
  • Seminar III: Unpacking Your Practice, Graduate Graphic Design
  • Pushing Boundaries Seminar, Graduate Graphic Design
  • Considering Final Project, Graduate Graphic Design
  • Advancing Your Practice: Study Abroad Rome, Italy, Communication Arts 
  • Research & Writing Intensive, Graduate Graphic Design
  • Documentation & Presentation Intensive
  • Sophomore Practicum, Communication Arts
  • Junior Practicum, Communication Arts
  • Senior Practicum, Communication Arts
  • Professional Practices, Communication Arts
  • Gender & Sexuality In Communication Strategies, Communication Arts  
  • Capstone, Liberal Arts & Sciences 
  • Queer Art, Liberal Arts & Sciences 
  • Senior Project Research, Liberal Arts & Sciences

Otis College School Service
  • Spring 2020 Covid-19 Academic Planning Committee
  • Spring 2020 - Covid-19 Remote Instruction Mentor
  • Spring 2020 - Liberal Arts & Sciences Full-Time Art Historian Search Committee
  • Spring 2019 - Summer 2019: Librarian Search Committee
  • Fall 2018 - Spring 2019: LAS Program Review Coordinator
  • Fall 2018: Otis 100% Selection Committee
  • Fall 2018: Otis College Convocation Panelist, Supporting Today’s Students
  • Fall 2014 - Present: Assessment Coordinator for The Communication Arts Department
  • Fall 2015 - Present: Assessment Coordinator for MFA Graphic Design Department
  • Fall 2015 - Present: Assessment Committee Member
  • Fall 2014 - Spring 2015: Academic Assembly Scribe for Executive Committee
  • Fall 2014 - Fall 2015: Illustration Coordinator
  • Summer 2014 - Summer 2015: Interim Provost Team Member
  • 2013 – 2014: NASAD & WASC Assessment Advisor, Communication Arts Department
  • Spring 2014: Communication Arts Senior Show Co-Curator
  • Spring 2014: Communication Arts Opportunity Fair Coordinator
  • Spring 2013 - Spring 2014: Junior Illustrator Exhibition Director
  • Fall 2014 - Spring 2014: Curriculum Committee Chair overseeing college-wide Credit & Course Reduction
  • Fall 2012 - Fall 2014: Curriculum Committee Vice-Chair
  • Fall 2012 - Present: Academic Mentor for the Communication Arts Department
  • Fall 2011 - Spring 2012: Rank & Promotion Committee Member
  • 2011 - 2015: Practicum Coordinator

Otis College Travel Study Initiatives
  • 2019 Eleven-Day trip to Rome, Italy with twelve students from all Otis departments.
  • 2018 Twelve-Day trip to Rome, Italy with twelve students from all Otis departments.
  • 2017 Twelve-Day trip to Rome, Italy with twelve students from all Otis departments.
  • 2016 Twelve-Day trip to Rome, Italy with fourteen students from all Otis departments.
  • 2015 Twelve-Day trip to Rome, Italy with twelve students from all Otis departments.
  • 2014 Eleven-Day trip to Rome, Italy with Renee Petropoulos
  • 2013 Three day writing retreat with ten Graduate Graphic Design students
  • 2013 Eleven-Day trip to Rome, Italy with twelve students from six departments with Renee Petropoulos
  • 2012 Ten-Day trip to Rome, Italy with eight students from five departments with Renee Petropoulos
  • 2011 Three-Day trip to San Francisco with six Art History majors from the Communication Arts Dept.



EXHIBITIONS & PUBLIC WORKS (one & two-person exhibitions noted with a *)

2019
Black Friday, d2art, Los Angeles, CA

2018
Art About Fucking, Juicy Vesicles, Los Angeles, CA

2017
STATION LIVES, 736 Crocker, Los Angeles, CA

2016
* Postcards For A Grand Tour, public art project traversing Europe

2015
* Postcards For America, public art project traversing the USA

2013
Plan Your Visit, MAK Center, Los Angeles, CA, Curators: Anthony Carfello, Adam Peña

2012
Monster Drawing Rally, Outpost For Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

Telling The Futures, Summercamp, Los Angeles, CA 

Fake Record Show, Strangeways, Los Angeles, CA

Oxy125 Alumni Exhibition, Weingart Gallery, Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA

2011
Out The Window, LA Freewaves, Los Angeles, CA

Sunset Blvd. Road Concert, Outdoor event along Sunset Blvd, Curator: Stephen Van Dyck, Los Angeles, CA

Detours, temporary site-specific public art installation, curator: Jane Jenny, North Tahoe Arts, Tahoe City, CA

Sticks And Stones: Language And Emotion, curator: David B. Smith, Culturhall, online exhibition, culturehall.com

$1 / 1 Minute, Strangeways Studio, Los Angeles, CA

Open Document, curators: Ed Gomez and Jeff Chabot, D-Block Projects, Long Beach, CA

New Moon, Shangrila, Joshua Tree, CA

2010
Shangrila, site-specific installation, Joshua Tree, CA

2009
Inaugural Exhibition, Control Room, Los Angeles, CA

& More & More & More, An installation for Soon Quarterly, 248BS, Brooklyn, NY

A Day In L.A.: Washington Blvd. Art Concert, Outdoor event along Washington Blvd., Los Angeles, CA

Station Must Go, Raw Materials, Los Angeles, CA

Flying White Cube, Vol 2, Flying White Cube Gallery, curator: Sojung Kwon, part of “You make me laugh” S1F Gallery, Los Angeles, California, May, ’09

2008
Plush, curator: Martin Durazo, Eagle Rock Center for the Arts, Los Angeles, CA

Conventions and Attitudes, curator: Karen Atkinson, an election night arts event as part of Exchange Rate 2008, Remy’s on Temple, Los Angeles, CA

San Fernando Road Concert, Outdoor event along San Fernando Road, Los Angeles, CA

* If I Do What You Tell Me Will You Love Me?, collaboration with Michelle Wiener, Samuel Freeman Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

* Tucker Neel: Monuments To The Pres{id}ent, Snow Gallery, Nashville, TN

* Confabulations: Drawings by Tucker Neel, Commissary Arts, Venice, CA

Looky See, curator: Meg Linton, Ben Maltz Gallery at Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA

Party Favors, curator: Holly Myers, Bonelli Contemporary, Los Angeles, CA

Station, El Nopal Press, Los Angeles, CA

2007
The Greater Los Angeles Masters of Fine Arts Exhibition, Cal State University Long
Beach, CA

Sister City Love Slam, The Engelbrot Gallery, Berlin, Germany

* Remove, The Bolsky Gallery, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA

Resolutions, The Bolsky Gallery, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA

Memorial Proposals For The Iraq War, The 9th Street Gallery, Bethel University, St. Paul, MN

2006
Otis Grads, 6147 Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Phantasmagoricalia, The Harmony Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Otis MFA Mid-Residency Show, The Bolsky Gallery, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA


BOOK DESIGN & ILLUSTRATION

2019
Illustration design, Ennis House and John Sowden House Tours, MAK Center for Art & Architecture

2017
Rangoli, a book of poetry by Pavanna Reddy

2016
The Electors, a novel by Roy Neel. Recount Press


CURATORIAL PROJECTS

2014
May Contain Explicit Imagery, CB1 Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2012
Guest Curatorial Project: Eve Fowler, Elana Mann, Christopher Russell, and Bari Ziperstein, LACE Auction, Los
Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA

Translating Transitions #2 by Marilyn Lowey, GATE Projects, Glendale, CA

Mylar Forest by Jennifer Wolf, GATE Projects, Glendale, CA

2011
Blown Backwards Into The Future, Culturehall, online exhibition, culturehall.com

Tomorrow: Jeremy J. Quinn, GATE Projects, Glendale, CA

Untitled by David O. Johnson, GATE Projects, Glendale, CA

Has That Always Been There? by Tayolor Tschider, GATE Projects, Glendale, CA

Consideration & Distribution: Anna Magnuson, GATE Projects, Glendale, CA

You Didn’t Think I Could Run a Mile in Six Minutes: Michael Ano, GATE Projects, Glendale, CA

Protoslag 2011: Adam Mason & WIlliam Kaminski, GATE Projects, Glendale, CA

2010
Founder and Director, 323 Projects, Experimental project space, (323) 843-4652, 323projects.com

INCREMENTS: Jonathan Cecil & Yumi Kinoshita, Karen Frimkess Wolff & Dori Atlantis, David O. Johnson, William Kheel, Mark Lere, Dillon Markey, Cynthia Minet, Scott Raby, James Rojas, Carrie Ungerman, GATE Projects, Glendale, CA

Permissions: Linda Besemer, Diana DeAugustine, Sherin Guirguis, Olga Koumoundouros, Highways Gallery, 18th Street Arts Complex, Santa Monica, CA

Getting It: Srboohie Abajian, GATE Projects, Glendale, CA

2007
Live Earth Poster Project to benefit The Alliance for Climate Protection including work by Vik Muniz, Scott Grieger and Katie Holten.

Perspectives In The Crowd, The Bolsky Gallery, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angels, CA

2006
Double Take, Regent Galleries, Los Angeles, CA


323 PROJECTS EXHIBITIONS

2018
Elana Mann: Instruments of Accountability, in collaboration with Pitzer College Art Galleries

You Can Do It! A collaboration with Pike School of Art, McComb, MS

2017
Fist Art Shock! by Maud Oonk

2016
High Priestesses by Michelle Andrade, Michelle Chong, Meg Cranston, and Bridget Kane

2015
KLAM Radio by Lenae Day and Anna Kryczka

2013
Please Listen Carefully As Our Menu Options Have Changed by Alex Schub

THE WAY IT SOUNDS by Sojung Kwon

3 Solo Projects:Audrey Chan, Elana Mann, Chan & Mann, in collaboration with The Ben Maltz Gallery at Otis College of Art & Design

JEFF&GORDON, Not at the Dinner Table

2012

After The Tone by John Burtle

October Surprise Including work by: Becky Grajeda, Bruce Conover, Christian Cummings, Davey Whitcraft,
David Gutierrez, Mannlicher Carcano submitted by Doug Harvey, Emi Tamaru, Frownland & Patrice Tullai & Kurt Elzner, Hazel Mandujano, Johanna Reed, Josh Forbes & Anna Magnuson, Karl Jean Petion, Kiki Seror, Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia, Marcus Blake, Matias Viegener, Michael Dee & Anders Lansing, Michelle Wiener, Olga Koumoundouros, Roy Neel, Sean Flaherty, Stephen van Dyck, Tucker Neel, Uranium Orchard, Toban Nichols

In-Phone-Tainment with Amy Radio sponsored by Girl Friend Beer

The Patter of Tiny Brains, curated by Doug Harvey

Volume by Brookhart Jonquil

2011
Collective Show LA, 997 North Hill Street Los Angeles, CA

Bring Football Back by Anthony Carfello

For More Than One Voice by Elana Mann

Songs by the demiurgic curated by Kristi Lippire

Mostly Musing and Some Rants (things I’ve wanted to talk about for 59 years) by David E. Stone

Cave Out (In Three Parts, All At Once) by OJO in collaboration with Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) and Pacific Standard Time hosted by The Getty

Hot Town, a summer group exhibition

More Cinematic Artforum Reviews of Joe Sola’s Work by Joe Sola

Sniper by Christopher Russell

Snowshoe Expedition (Two People Fucking) by Matt Wardell.

2010
From one side to the other, I’ve dreamed that too. An exhibition organized by VOLUME.

Including work by: Marcus Civin, Dino Dinco, Zackary Drucker, Seth Horvitz, i8u, Nina Katchadorian, Killsonic Women’s Chorus, M. Lamar, Lissom, Marc Manning, Lucas Michael, Taisha Paggett, David Schafer, Susan Silton, Jacob Sperber, Ultra-red, Dorian Wood

Telephone, Francois Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

You’ve Got Problems? We’ve Got Solutions. by [name], a curatorial collective including Spencer Douglass, Holly Myers, Paul Pescador, Catherine Taft, Mathew Timmons, Matt Wardell, and Kate Wolf.

Drift/Net by Yann Novak and You

The Archanoids by Mathew Timmons


BIBLIOGRAPHY

2014
Knight, Christopher, “May Contain Explicit Imagery at CB1 Gallery,” LATimes. Aug. 19, 2014.

One Hundred Percent Rag: “Little Death – Petit Mors Jouissance,” by Sandra Vista, August 2014

Catherine Wagley “5 Artsy Things To Do This Week” LA Weekly, August 6, 2014.

2013
Catherine Wagley, “Schindler House Transforms Into a Visitors Center for an Exhibit About How WeTravel,” LA Weekly Feb 21, 2013.

2012
Sue BellYank,“Occidental College SOCiAL Symposium: Can the Sidewalk Be a Stage?:SOCAL:Art + People”Artbound, KCET, October 17, 2012.

Christy Roberts, “Occupy a Living Wage,” Art21 Magazine, Jan 11, 2012.

Matias Viegener, “From the Voice of the People to the People of the Voice,” Art21 Magazine, Jan 13, 2012.

2011
Van Dyke, Jonathan, “Promenade Gallery Shows Process,” Gazettes.com, June 9, 2011.

Turner, Brent, interview, Beer and Tall Buildings Radio show, April 29, 2011

2010
Leslie Shaw, “Gallery Crawl odyssey leads to Shangrila” Hi Desert Star, Saturday, July 3, 2010, A3 

Thomas Seely, Interview, “Art Uncovered”, Breakthru Radio, August 31, 2010.

2008
Frank, Peter. “Looky See” at the Otis College of Art and Design.” Art Week October 2008 Vol. 39 Issue 8 p.15

Silverman, Jack. “Memorial Tutorial: Tucker Neel: Monuments to the Pres(id)ent.” The Nashville Scene, Oct. 2, 2008. p. 28.

Friskics-Warren, Bill. “Tucker Neel explores how political iconography shapes our individual and collective identities,” The Tennessean, September 28, 2008. 

Harmon, Madeline. “Take a look-see at Looky See,” Los Angeles Loyolan, September 11, 2008.

Ollman, Leah. “Looky See: A sprawling, satisfying show.” Los Angeles Times, August 22, 2008.

Knapp, Lucinda. “Tucker Neel : Confabulations.” Flavorpill LA, Jan. 16, 2008.

2007
Bedford, Christopher. “Critic’s Pick: Perspectives in The Crowd”. Artforum.com Aug. 8, 2007.

Lee, Alfred. “Daft Punk Planet.” City Beat Newspaper, Vol. 5, Number 29, July 12, 2007, 25.


323 PROJECTS REVIEWS

2016
Carolina Miranda, “Datebook: Japanese American photography, detailed drawings, everything Marcel Duchamp,” LATimes.com. Feb. 25, 2016

2015
Carolina Miranda, “Datebook: Documentary photography, MOCA’s new storefront and art inspired by video games,” LATimes.com. Aug. 28, 2015.

2014
Anne-Lou Vicente, “Art by Telephone: ” VOLUME Magazine, les presses du reel, Vol. 6.

Keith Plocek, “Please Listen Carefully. 323 Projects’ Menu Options Have Changed.” Glasstire Magazine, September 11th, 2014.

Carolina Miranda, “Datebook: Minor White and art you call on the phone.” LATimes.com, July 11, 2014

2013

Carolina Miranda, “‘Not at the Dinner Table’ turns voicemail into art,” Which Way LA?, KCRW, April 11, 2013.

Catherine Wagley, “5 Artsy Things to Do in L.A. This Week: One syllable at a time,” LA Weekly, Wed, Dec 18, 2013.

2012
Carol Cheh, “10 L.A. Art Spaces That Change Our Idea of What an Art Space Is” LA Weekly, Nov. 2012, 21-28.

Shana Nys Dambrot, “Best Telephone-Only Art Gallery,” Best of 2012, LA Weekly, Oct. 5-11, 2012. Vol. 34 No. 46, 76-78.

Catherine Wagley, “Five Artsy Things To Do This Week: Radio On The Telephone,” LA Weekly, August 8, 2012.

Anthony Carfello & Orhan Ayyüce, “Farmers Field: Bringing Football Back on a Need-to- Know Basis,” Archinect, Feb. 6, 2012.

2011
Shana Nys Dambrot, “Call Ahead For This One,”LA Weekly, Mar. 24, 2011.

Nathaniel G. Moore, “Post-Spoken Word,” Broken Pencil Magazine, Issue 50 (Winter 2011).

E.MaudeHaak-Frendscho, “ResonatesWellWithOthers:RecentSoundCollaborations,” DriftMagazine, Issue1Jan. 2011.

2010
David Shook, “323 Projects,” Open Door, The Poetry Foundation, Nov. 4. 2010.

Taft, Catherine, Top 10 Shows in Los Angeles, Saatchi Online Magazine Dec. 1, 2010

Joshua Morrison, “The Archinoids by Mathew Timmons,” Fine Arts LA, Sept. 2010.

Shana Nys Dambrot, “Mathew Timmons: The Archinoids,” Flavorpill, Sept. 6. 2010.



PUBLISHED ARTICLES

2020
“The Pros and Cons of Erasing History: Damned If We Don't“ Artillery Magazine Sept./Oct 2020.

“I Am Shelley DuVall,” Artillery Magazine, March/April 2020.

2019
Guest Editor, State of Emergency Issue, Artillery Magazine, May / June 2019.

“Zombie Newspapers by Susan Silton,” Artillery Magazine, May / June 2019.

“How To Frieze in Los Angeles,” Artillery Magazine Online, artillerymag.com February 16, 2019.

“Adrian Piper: Concepts and Intuitions,” Artillery Magazine Jan / Feb. 2019.

2018
“Jason Gottlieb: A Healthier Approach To Cannibalism,” Artillery Magazine July / Aug.

“Jesse Benson at Michael Benevento,” Artillery Magazine Jan / Feb. 2018

“I touch you and you touch me: Ergonomic intimacy and bounded bodies in Liz Nurenberg’s participatory sculptures.” Peripheral Vision Journal, No. 8

2017
“The Animal Other in Hillary Baker’s Faux Fauna Paintings,” Peripheral Vision Journal, Issue VI

“Binge-Watching The Void: Presence, Absence, and Disruptive Agency in Shannon Crider’s Photography,” Peripheral Vision Journal, Issue II

“Lack-less Replicas and Resistant Failures: The Queer Feminist Fabrications of Liss LaFleur,” Peripheral Vision Journal, Issue I

Taking A Trump: Political Caricature That Keeps You Regular,” Artillery Magazine Jan / Feb

2016
“Grayer Los Angeles: Top Ten Very Mature Artists in Southern California,” Artillery Magazine

“The Ninth Berlin Biennale: KW Institute For Contemporary Art,” Artillery Magazine

“Erwin Wurm at The MAK Center,” Artillery Magazine Online. Feb 24, 2016.

2015
“Reconnoiter: Martin Durazo,” Artillery Magazine. Nov/Dec.

“Beyond The Broad: A Better Paradigm Is Possible,” Los Angeles Review of Books. Nov.

“Mooned River: Barney’s Glory, Mailer’s Ghost,” Artillery Magazine. Oct / Nov.

“Power To The Artist: Cliff Benjamin,” Artillery Magazine. Sept. / Oct.

2014
“For Immediate Release,” Artillery Magazine. Vol. 9 Issue 2 Summer 2014.

“Tapping The Third Realm at The Ben Maltz Gallery,”The Senses And Society Journal, Bloomsbury Publishing, Volume 9, Number 1, June 2014.

2013
“Desert Shindig: Shenanigans at Shangrila,” Artillery Magazine. Vol. 8 Issue 2 Dec/Nov. 2013. 34-35.

“Kiki Seror at CB1 Gallery,” ARTPULSE Magazine. Vol. 4 No. 16. Summer 2013.

“Alexis Smith at Honor Fraser” ARTPULSE Magazine. Vol. 4 No. 16. Summer 2013.

“Charles Freger at Fotomuseum Antwerp,” Artillery Magazine. Vol. 7 Issue 6. Sept/Oct. 2013. 55.

“Interview With Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia,” Artillery Magazine, Mar/April. 2013.

“Olga Koumoundouros at Susanne Vielmetter,” ARTPULSE Magazine. Vol. 4. No. 15. Spring 2013.

“Che Mondo at The Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, “ARTPULSE Magazine. Vol. 4. No. 15. Spring 2013.

“Graphic Design: Now In Production,” Artillery Magazine, Jan/Feb. 2013.

“Helen Rebekah Garber,” ARTPULSE Magazine, Vol. 4 . no. 14Winter 2013.

“(Re-) Cycles of Paradise,” ARTPULSE Magazine, Vol. 5 No 14, Winter 2013.

2012

“Lucy Raven” ARTPULSE Magazine,Vol. 3 No. 13, Fall 2012.

“Nicola Verlato,” ARTPULSE Magazine,Vol. 3 No. 13, Fall 2012.

“Seth Weiner,” Artillery Magazine, June/July.Vol. 7 Issue 2.

“Darling Zackary:An Interview With Zackary Drucker,” ARTPULSE Magazine,Vol. 3 No. 12, Summer 2012.

“Present Absence: Soo Kim,” Artillery Magazine,Vol. 6 Issue 8. 2012.

“Christopher Russell,” Artillery Magazine, June/July. Vol. 6 Issue 5.

“History of Bruce: Stephen Cohen Gallery, Los Angeles,” ... might be good, issue #185,

“Takin It To The Streets: An Interview With Susan Silton,” ARTPULSE Magazine, Vol. 3 No. 4, Spring 2012.

“Under the Big Black Sun at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles,” ARTPULSE Magazine, Vol. 3 No. 4, Spring 2012.

“NO SAFE ZONE: Dino Dinco,” Artillery Magazine, April/May 2012. Vol. 6 Issue 2.

“Tilt/Shift at Luis de Jesus,” ARTPULSE Magazine, Vol. 3 No. 2, Winter 2011-12.

“Los Angeles Goes Live at LACE,” Artillery Magazine, April/May 2012. Vol. 6 Issue 2.

2011
“Unfinished Paintings at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions,” ARTPULSE Magazine, Fall 2011. 69.

“California Design: Los Angeles County Museum of Art,” ... might be good, issue #179,

“LA Woman: Doin’ It In Public: Feminism and Art at The Woman’s Building,” Artillery Magazine, Nov./Dec. 2011. Vol. 6 Issue 2. 32-33.

“The Big Four at Steve Turner Gallery,” X-Tra Magazine, Summer 2011. Vol. 13, No. 4.
Guest Editor, Artillery Queered, Artillery Magazine, May/June 2011. Vol. 5 Issue 5.

“Miranda July at The Pacific Design Center,” Artillery Magazine, Nov./Dec. 2011. Vol. 6 Issue 2. 65-66.

“Art In The Streets at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles,” ARTPULSE Magazine, Vol. 2 No. 4, Summer 2011.

“Bob Flanagan & Sheree Rose, Kim Jones, Johanna Went At Western Project” ART LIES No. 68 Spring/Summer 2011 p. 94-95.

“QUEER EVERYTHING. We May Never Look at Portraiture THE SAME (SEX) AGAIN,” Artillery Magazine, March / April 2011, Vol. 5, Issue 4, 56-58.

“New On The Block: The Museum of Public Ficton,” Artillery Magazine, March / April 2011, Vol. 5, Issue 4, 69.

“Yoshua Okon: Octopus at The Hammer Museum,” ARTPULSE Magazine, Fall 2011. 70.

2010
“Collection: MOCA’s First 30 Years,” ARTLIES Magazine Issue 66, June 2010.

“Nick Cave at The Fowler Museum,” Artillery Magazine, March / April 2010, Vol. 4, Issue 4, 46.

“House Call: Tom of Finland Foundation,” Artillery Magazine, Jan./Feb. 2010. Vol 4. Issue 3. 30-31.

“To Catch A Thief: Why it’s not a good idea to steal from muscled men in leather and chains,” Artillery Magazine, Nov./Dec. 20010, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p16.

“Lube at Jaus Gallery,” ART LIES Magazine, Issue No. 65, Spring 2010, 65.

“Erik Frydenborg ‘DISTANTS’ by THE DISTANTS,” Cherry and Martin, Artillery Magazine jul/aug 2010 Vol. 4 Issue 6

“How Many Billboards? Art In Stead at the MAK Center,” ART LIES Magazine, Issue No. 67, Fall 2010.

2009
“Wake Up Call: Machine Project’s Field Guide To LACMA,” co-written with Molly Rodgveller, Artillery Magazine, Vol. 3 Issue 3 (Jan. / Feb. 2009): 22, 27.

“Bari Ziperstein at The Pacific Design Center,” ART LIES Magazine, Issue No. 64 Winter 2009. 64.

“Kerry Tribe at 1301PE,” ART LIES Magazine, Issue No. 63 (Fall 2009)

“Penelope Gottlieb at Kim Light Gallery,” Artillery Magazine, May/Jun 2009 vol 3 issue 5

“Matthew Picton at SolwayJones,” Artillery Magazine, jul/aug 2009 vol. 3.

“Yo Fukui at David Salow Gallery,”ART LIES Magazine, Issue No. 63, Fall 2009

“Art With Some Meat To It: Fallen Fruit’s Daily Servings,” Artillery Magazine, Sept./Oct. 2009, Vol. 4 issue 1. P. 27-29

2008
“Surface Sounding at Seeline Gallery,” ART LIES Magazine, Issue No. 60 (Winter 2008): 112-113.

“California Video at The Getty Museum,” ART LIES magazine No. 58, Summer 2008, p. 98-99.

“Coachella: Hold The Art,” Artillery Magazine. Vol. 2, Issue 6 July/Aug. 2008, p. 38-39.

“William Pope L.,” Artillery Magazine. Vol. 2 No. 3, Jan. 2008, 40.

“Nancy Chunn the Otis College Ben Maltz Gallery,” ISM Magazine March, 2008

“The Unique Spectacle That Is The Contemporary Art Fair,” Fine Art Magazine, Vol. 33 No 1, Spring 2008, 67.

“Phantom Sightings: Art After the Chicano Movement,” ART LIES magazine No 59, Fall 2008.

“Dancing Daze: bodycity gets its groove on,” Artillery Magazine. Vol. 3 Issue 1, Sept. / Oct. 2008, p 21-22.

2007
“Dan Flavin,” Artillery Magazine. Vol.2 No. 1, Sept. 2007, 18-19.

“Kathrin Burmester”, Artillery Magazine Vol. 2 No. 2, Oct. 2007

“Jefferson Pinder,” Artillery Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 4, March, 2007, 40.

“Cindy Smith,” Artillery Magazine. Vol. 1 No. 5, April, 2007, 34-35.

“Andrea Zittel,” Artillery Magazine. Vol. 1 No. 6, May, 2007, 35-36.

2006
“The Things He Loves: A very thorough stroll through David Hockney’s Portraits,” The L.A. Alternative Press, Vol. 5, September 4, 2006, 6.

“Sex, Satyrs, and Scandal: An Afternoon at the Getty Villa,” The L.A. Alternative Press, Vol. 5, March 03, 2006, 8.

“G-Rowing Downtown: Urban arts epicenter Gallery Row continues to blossom,” The LA Alternative Press,
Vol. 5, June 2, 2006, 6.

“Curious Collections and Cosmonaut Canines: A pilgrimage to the Museum of Jurassic Technology,” The L.A. Alternative Press, Vol. 5, March 31, 2006, 8.


CATALOG ESSAYS, BOOKS PUBLISHED

2019
Out of Bounds: The Collected Writings by Marcia Tucker. Tucker, Marcia , Los Angeles, California: Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles , 2019

I worked with Marcia Tucker as her editorial assistant and archivist to develop this book before she passed away. She tasked me with making sure it came to fruition and asked that I select certain readings to ensure it maintained its up-to-date content after her passing. I worked with her archive at The Getty Research Institute to compile and organize all the material included in this publication. I also was in charge of writing out Marcia's requests with regards to titles, content, and editorial involvement. My contributions are credited in the book's acknowledgments.

2014
“Was That A Prick?” catalog essy for May Contain Explicit Imagery at CB1 Gallery, Los Angeles

“So, What Have You Been Up To?” catalog essay for Flash Forward at The Campbell Hall Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2012
Martin Durazo, COLA Catalog Essay, for COLA Exhibition, Los Angeles, CA

“Plato O Plomo” by Martin Durazo, Rio Hondo College, Whittier, CA

“By Any Other Name.” Catalog for by Deborah Calderwood by Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia, CB1 Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, 2012.

“Greg Wilken’s Terra Incognita.” Catalog essay for The Road of A Thousand Wonders by Greg Wilken, CUE Foundation, published by The Cue Foundation, 2012.

“Can You Take A Look At This? Nancy Baker Cahill’s fascinomas.” Catalog Essay for fascinomas by Nancy Baker Cahill, The Pasadena Museum of California Art, 2012.

2009
Getting Your Sh*t Together: A Manual For Teaching Professional Practices To ARTISTS,
written with Karen Atkinson and GYST Ink, GYST Ink Press, Los Angeles, CA.

Getting Your Sh*t Together: A Professional Practices Manual For ARTISTS, written with Karen Atkinson and GYST Ink, GYST Ink Press, Los Angeles, CA.

“Charting The Void: Planning, Action, and Work in Sojung Kwon’s Planning A Year For A Year.” Included in Planning a Year- Mondays by Sojung Kwon, Gallery Dam, Seoul Korea, November, ’09 Published by Gallery Dam, 2009. Translated English and Korean.


HONORS AND AWARDS

2020 
Teaching Excellence Award for Full-Time Faculty, Otis College of Art & Design

2019
Faculty Development Grant, Otis College of Art & Design

2016
Faculty Development Grant, Otis College of Art & Design

Otis Assessment Research & Scholarship Grant, Otis College of Art & Design

2013
Faculty Development Grant, Otis College of Art & Design

Otis College of Art & Design Curricular Innovation Grant, Otis College of Art & Design

2011
Young Art Critics Mentorship, The Cue Art Foundation

2006
Buchalter Scholarship, Otis College of Art & Design

2005
Otis College Institutional Scholarship, Otis College of Art & Design

2003
Phi Beta Kappa, Occidental College

Magna Cum Laude, Occidental College

2002
Occidental College Honors Thesis 

Occidental College Academic Student Project Grant

2001
Ford Foundation Summer Research Fellowship

2000
Occidental College List Award For Outstanding Academic and Extracurricular Achievement


LECTURES, RESIDENCIES, & WORKSHOPS

2020
Guest Speaker, Professional Practices Workshop, Self-Help Graphics and Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA Juror,

The Beverly Hills Art Show, Los Angeles, CA

Juror, The Beverly Hills Art Show, Los Angeles, CA

2019
Panelist, Empowering Art and Design Voices through Liberal Studies, AICAD 2019 Symposium, Los Angeles, CA 

Juror, The Beverly Hills Art Show, Los Angeles, CA

Guest Speaker, Trigger Warnings Workshop, Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA

2018
Panelist, Supporting Today’s Students, College Convocation, Otis College of Art & Design, Los Angeles, CA

Panel Moderator, Signs of Los Angeles: A Conversation on Sign-Painting and The City, with Doc Gutherie and
Michael C. McMillen, Institute for Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

Public Interview with Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia, The Cactus House Salon, Los Angeles, CA

2017
Solo Sponsored Residency, Pike School of Art, McComb, MS

2013
Faculty Lecture, Graduate Graphic Design Department, Otis College of Art & Design, Los Angeles, CA

Faculty Lecturer, Illustration Department, Otis College of Art & Design, Los Angeles, CA

2012
Speaker, Can the Sidewalk be a Stage? SOCiLA Art + People Series, Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA

Panelist, Tech Tools For The Art World, General Assembly, New York, NY

Panelist, A Matter of Degrees: MFA, PHD, Or Is It All Just BS, LA Art Show, Los Angeles, CA

2011
Instructor, Getting Your Sh*t Together Workshop, Center For The Arts, Eagle Rock, CA

Artist Lecture, Fine Arts Department, University of California Riverside, Riverside, CA

2010
Artist Lecture, Fine Arts Department, Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA

Instructor, Getting Your Sh*t Together Workshop, Glendale Public Library, Glendale, CA

Artist Lecture, Communication Arts Department, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA

2009
Panelist, Portfolio Reviews, Getting Your Sh*t Together Class, CalArts, Valencia, CA

Instructor, Getting Your Shit Together Workshop, Eagle Rock Center For The Arts, Los Angeles, CA

Presenter, Websites For Artists, Getting Your Sh*t Together Class, CalArts, Valencia, CA

Presenter, Artist Statement Workshop, Outpost For Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

Presenter, Survivor Artist Workshop, Dumbo Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY

Artist Lecture, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA

2008
Lecture and Resident, One-week residency at the James E. Walker Library Printing

Press, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN

Presenter, Artist Statement Workshop, Outpost For Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

Presenter, Survivor Artist Workshop, Dumbo Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY

2007
Otis College of Art and Design, Artist Lecture, Los Angeles, CA


Tucker Neel