CURRICULUM VITAE

 

Education

 

2005    Master of Fine Arts, Studio Art (Photography/ Video/ Digital Media), Mills College, CA

1998     Bachelor of Arts, Studio Art (Photography); Minor, Art Education, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA

 

Academic & Administrative Posts

 

Fall 2015-present

Department Chair, Visual and Public Art Department, California State University Monterey Bay, Seaside, CA

 

2012-present

Assistant Professor of Integrated Media and Photography, Visual and Public Art Department, California State University Monterey Bay, Seaside, CA

 

2007- 2012

Lecturer, Integrated Media & Photography, Visual and Public Art Department, California State University Monterey Bay, Seaside, CA,

Area Coordinator, Integrated Media and Photography Concentration, Service Learning, Visual

and Public Art Department

 

2009

Lecturer, Summer Scholar Institute, Imagine College, California State University, Monterey Bay, Seaside, CA

 

2005-2007

Visual Arts and Education Program Coordinator, Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana (MACLA), San Jose, CA

 

1999-2003

Gallery Coordinator, Works/San Jose, San Jose Contemporary Art and Performance Space, San Jose, CA

 

Teaching & Learning

 

2007-present 

Visual and Public Art Department, California State University Monterey Bay, Seaside, CA

  • VPA 302 Visiting Artist Series

  • VPA 305 Media Culture

  • VPA 306S Digital Public Art (Service Learning)

  • VPA 307 Diverse Histories in Contemporary Art

  • VPA 309 Methods & Materials

  • VPA 316/316L Photography as Art I: Blk & White Darkroom Practices

  • VPA 318 Digital Photography as Art

  • VPA 326/326L Photography as Art II: Alternative Photographic Processes

  • VPA 395 Special Topics: Gallery Management

TLA Co-op/Contributor, Quantitative Reasoning, Program Assessment Report (spring 2015)

TLA Co-op, Hispanic Serving Institution, CSUMB's role (spring 2015)

TLA Co-op, Quantitative Reasoning (spring 2014)

TLA Co-op, Talking and Teaching About Race/Racism in the Classroom (fall 2013)

TLA Co-op, The Inverted Classroom, Teaching Learning and Assessment (spring 2013 Semester)

 

Discovery, Creation, and Integration  

Selected Exhibitions |

 

2018

"Artists as Teachers," Center for Photographic Arts (CfPA), Carmel, CA (Feb. 2018) 

 

2017 

"Call & Response," Monterey Museum of Art (MMA), Monterey, CA

"Making it Works: 40 years of Artists Building Community, Works San Jose, San Jose, CA

"Animales en Peligro de Extincion," Center for Arts and Culture, CSUMB Salinas City Center, Salinas, CA

 

2016

"Club Lido: Wild Eyes & Occasional Dreams," Empire Seven Studios, San Jose, CA

"Songs for Women Living With War," Pro Arts Gallery, Oakland, CA.

"Chafismo: an Introduction to New Forms of Art Post-Rasquachismo," Works/San Jose, San Jose, CA

"Mark & Anne's Art Party: An Occasional & Irrational San Jose Art Fest," Pavilion Hall, San Jose, CA

"Noa, Noa!: A Juanga Tribute," San Jose, SOFA Art Market,CA

 

2015

“Caprichos Anatomicos,” Works/San Jose Art and Performance Space, San Jose, CA

“Visual and Public Art Faculty Exhibition, California State University, Monterey Bay, Seaside CA

“Glamorgeddon: The Spectacle," SOMArts Cultural Center, San Francisco, CA

“Mark & Anne’s Art Party: An Occasional & Irrational San Jose Art Fest,” San Jose, CA

 

2014

"Latino Art Now," MACLA, San Jose, CA

 

2013

"Photo-ID,. Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History, Santa Cruz, CA

"Flo Oy Wong's 75 x 75," Luggage Store Gallery, San Francisco, CA

 

2012

"Finos Detalles," Ruth's Table, San Francisco, CA

"2012 ZER01 SJ Biennial," San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, San Jose, CA

"You're Breathing in It: Exploring the Studio and Alternative Art Strategies," Riverside Art Museum,Riverside, CA

"Domestic Disobedience: Redefining the Feminine Space," San Diego Mesa College, San Diego, CA

“Chico & Chang: A Look at the Impact of Latino and Asian Cultures on California's Visual Landscape,” Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco, CA

 

Awards/Grants/Scholarships & Residencies

 

2018

Champion of the Arts Award, Educator, Arts Council for Monterey County, Monterey, CA

Side by Side Faculty-in-Residence, Visual and Public Art Dept., CSUMB, Seaside, CA

 

2015

Creative Commons Curatorial Residency, SOMArts Cultural Center, San Francisco, CA

 

2014

2014 Artist Recognition for contribution to Latino Arts and Culture, National Association for Latino Arts and Culture (NALAC), Saratoga, CA.

 

Recent Curatorial Projects

 

2017

"Chafismo: An Introduction to New Art Forms Post-Raquachismo," Works/San Jose

 

2016

"VPA/CCA: Los Hogares del Campo: A Community Project & collaboration with the Center for Community Advocacy (CCA), Salinas, CA

“Club Lido: Wild Eyes & Occasional Dreams,” Empire Seven Studios, San Jose, CA.

“Site Specific 4,” California State University, Monterey Bay, Seaside CA

"Noa, Noa! A Juanga Tribute, SOFA Street Market, San Jose, CA

"VPA Alumni Exhibition," Balfour/Brutzman Gallery, CSUMB, Seaside, CA

"VPA Faculty Exhibition," Alumni & Visitors Center, CSUMB, Seaside, CA

 

2015

“Caprichos Anatomicos,” Works/San Jose Art and Performance Space, San Jose, CA.

“Visual and Public Art Faculty Exhibition, California State University, Monterey Bay, Seaside CA  

“Surge: An Inclusive Art Fair,” Curatorial Advisor, California State University, Monterey Bay, Seaside CA

“Glamorgeddon: The Spectacle,” SOMArts Cultural Center, San Francisco, CA

 

2007-2009 

Co-founder and Curator, Space 47, an independent project space aimed at fostering new ideas and experiences, supporting

artistic exchange and development, and inspiring a larger community of cultural entrepreneurs, San Jose, CA, online at:

 www.space47gallery.com

 

Professional Application

 

2018

Panelist, Artist as Teachers, Center for Photographic Art, Carmel, CA

 

2017

Panelist, Chafismo, Artwork Post-Raquachismo, Works San Jose Art and Performance Space, San Jose

Panelist, Sharing our Stories, Access Monterey Peninsula TV, Your Town.TV, AMP Media, Monterey, CA

 

2016

Panelist, The Art of Change: On Art and Social Engagement, Ford Foundation, New York, NY

Grants Panelist, San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC), San Francisco, CA

 

2015

Presenter, “Ethics of Imagery,” Works/ San Jose Art and Performance Space, San Jose, CA

Panelist, “Long-Term/Short Term: Beyond Capstone,” California State University, Monterey Bay, Seaside, CA

Presenter, “It’s All About the Base: Racialized Bodies and the Popular Gaze,” SOMArts Cultural Center, San Francisco, CA

Lecture, “Representation of Latina Women in the Media: From Socio-Political Identity to Cultural Capital,”

M.E.Ch.A Centro Califaztlan Statewide, California State University, Monterey Bay, Seaside, CA

Artist Talk, CSU Summer Arts Faculty Colloquium, California State University, Monterey Bay, Seaside, CA

 

2014

Grants Panelist, Cultural Arts Award Panel, Sacramento Arts Commission (SMAC), Sacramento, CA

 

2013

Moderator, "The Art of Design for Art" in conversation with Joe Miller and Angelica Muro for SF Design Week in San Jose,

Empire Seven Studios, San Jose, CA

Lecture, Cultural Branding Remix, Center for Creativity and the Arts, Fresno State University

Workshop, Social Media: Youth, Power, Protest, Center for Creativity and the Arts, Fresno State University

 

2012

Public Art Selection Panel, City of San Jose, Lake Cunningham Regional Skate Park, Office of Cultural Affairs

Panelist, “Domestic Disobedience: Redefining the Feminine Space,” San Diego Mesa College, San Diego, CA

 

2011

Panelist, “Women in the Media: Righting the Story of Women,” featuring Marlene Bjornsrud, Ysabel Duron, Angelica Muro,

Esther Peralez-Dieckmann, moderated by Carla Collins of the County Office of Women’s Policy, presented by the Latina Coalition,

Silicon Valley, San Jose, CA

Panelist, “Hieroglyph: Celebrating the Voices of Mission at Tenth,” featuring Stephen Kessler, Daniela Hurezanu, Jaime Robles,

Angelica Muro, Kris Brandenburger, California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS), San Francisco, CA

Artist Talk, “Chico & Chang: A Look at the Impact of Latino and Asian Cultures on California's Visual Landscape,” moderated

by Kevin B. Chen, Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco, CA

Panelist, “Intergenerational Panel Discussion,” featuring Angelica Muro, Patricia Rodriguez, Favianna Rodriguez, and

Lorraine García Nakata in conversation with Viva Paredes, California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS), San Francisco, CA

Panelist, “La Nueva Onda/The New Wave of Chicana Art,” featuring Ana Teresa Fernández, Angelica Muro, and Shizu Saldamando,

in conversation with Dr. Amalia Mesa-Bains, California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS), San Francisco, CA

 

Community Partnerships

 

2016-Present

Advisory Council, Grant Writing and Public Art Practice, Asian Cultural Experience (ACE), Salinas, CA

 

2013-Present

Advisory Board Member, Works/San Jose, San Jose, CA

 

Bibliography

 

 

 

2017 

Gary Singh, "Chafismo Show Explores Nature of Art," Metro Silicon Valley (Feb. 8, 2017), online at:

http://www.metroactive.com/arts/Capp-Street-Mattress-Monique-Islam-WORKS-San-Jose.html

 

2016

Dorothy Santos, "Artists Help Break the Silence Around the Abuse of Women in War," Hyperallergic (Nov. 1, 2016), online at: https://hyperallergic.com/334550/artists-help-break-the-silence-around-the-abuse-of-women-in-war

 

Nanette Wylde, Whirligig (February 2016), online at: http://www.whirligig.hungerbutton.org/2016/angelica-muro/

 

Gary Singh, "Wild Harmony, At Club Lido in downtown San Jose, Vietnamese and Mexican subcultures coexist,” Metro Silicon Valley

(March 4, 2016), online at: http://www.metroactive.com/arts/Club-Lido-Empire-Seven-Studios.html

 

2015

Silke Tudor, “Glamorgeddon Final Spectacle & Limo Lectures: Legal fun in the back of a limo,” SF Weekly (January 30, 2014),

online at: http://www.sfweekly.com/sanfrancisco/glamorgeddon-final-spectacle-and-limo-lectures/Event?oid=3369703

 

Michele Carlson, “All That Glitters Isn’t Gold: ‘Glamorgeddon’ at SOMArts Gallery,” KQED ARTS (JANUARY 14, 2015),

online at: http://ww2.kqed.org/arts/2015/01/14/all-that-glitters-isnt-gold-glamorgeddon-at- somarts-gallery/

 

 

Nirmala Nataraj, “'Glamorgeddon: The Spectacle’ looks to entertain and empower,” San Francisco Chronical (January 7, 2015),

online at: http://www.sfgate.com/art/article/Glamorgeddon-The-Spectacle-looks-to- 5999942.php#photo-7350157

 

Laura Jaye Cramer, “Kitschy, Trashy, Intelligent: Glamorgeddon: The Spectacle," SF Weekly (January 6, 2015),

online at: http://www.sfweekly.com/exhibitionist/2015/01/06/kitschy-trashy-intelligent - glamorgeddon-the-spectacle

 

2014

Veronica T. Avendano, "MACLA's Latino Art Now!" El Observador volume 35, issue 15 (April 11-14, 2014), online at: http://issuu.com/hilbertmorales/docs/el_observador_15?e=3976739/7445505

 

2013

Esra Hashem, "Hispanic Heritage Month brings students together," The Collegian at Fresno State (September 29, 2013), online at: http://collegian.csufresno.edu/2013/09/29/hispanic-heritage- month- brings-students-together/

 

Wallace Baine, "Photo ID,' opening at the Museum of Art & History, is no less than a meditation on the camera's ability to define who we are,"

Santa Cruz Sentinal (March 27, 2013), online at: http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/ci_22886046/photo-id-opening-at-museum-art-history-is

 

2012

Laura Waxman, "Centro de ancianos liga generaciones mediante arte," El Tecolote  (September 20,  2012), online at: http://eltecolote.org/content/2012/09/centro-de-ancianos-liga-generaciones-mediante-arte/

 

Ellen Tani, "Chico & Chang," Art Practical, 3.18 May the Force be with you (June 2012), online at:

http://www.artpractical.com/review/chico_chang/

 

"San Jose Exhibit Looks at Impact of Asian Culture," Asia Week Guide: Asian Art News (May 23, 2012), online at: http://www.asiaweekguide.com/2012/05/23/san-jose- exhibit-looks-at-impact-of-asian-culture/

 

Kseniya Bublikova, "Domestic Disobedience: Mesa College Art Gallery," treat yourself SAN DIEGO (March 30, 2012), online at: http://treatyourselfsandiego.com/tag/angelica-muro/

 

Kevin Winger, "Domestic Disobedience at Mesa College Art Gallery," U-T San Diego (March 22, 2012), online at:

http://www.utsandiego.com/weblogs/kevin-winger/2012/mar/22/domestic- isobedience-at-mesa-college-art-gallery/

 

Melanie Cervantes, "Domestic Disobedience opens at San Diego Mesa College," San Diego City Beat (March 14, 2012), online at: http://www.sdcitybeat.com/sandiego/blog-807-domestic-disobedience-opens-at- san-diego-mesa-art-gallery.html

 

 

revised 2018

 

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