AUDREY M HOPE                             
AUDREYHOPE@GMAIL.COM      

EDUCATION

2017: Master of Fine Arts University of California, San Diego
2008: Bachelor of Fine Arts School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in association with Tufts University

RESIDENCIES

2017: Ox-Bow School of Art Fall Residency, Saugatuck, MI
2015: SOMA Summer Mexico City, Mexico
2014: Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture Madison, ME
2014: Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences Hambidge Fellow, Rabun Gap, GA
2007: New York Studio Program New York, NY

INSTALLATIONS AND SOLO EXHIBITIONS

February 2018: “Lobos Fire” DXIX Projects, Venice, CA
September - October 2017: "Remembering Not Remembering" MaRS Gallery, Los Angeles
August 2017: "Lightwells" Geisel Library, University of California, San Diego
June 2017: “The Wet Chaparral” MFA thesis exhibition, The Marcuse, University of California, San Diego
November 2016: “Horror vacui” Commons Gallery, University of California, San Diego
January 2016: “Pussyland” University of California, San Diego
August 2015: El Charco del Ingenio Installation, SOMA Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico
May 2015: “Grey Hope” First Year Exhibition, Performance Space, Visual Arts Facility, University of California, San Diego
April 2015: “Workspace” Experimental Painting and Sculpture Studio, University of California, San Diego
May 2014: “Venusgrotte” Private Residence, Brooklyn, NY
September 2010: “Harlequin Mineshaft” Parkes Carr Residence, Cambridge, MA
June 2010: “Grottensaal Living Wall” R.U.G.G. Residency, Boston, MA
May 2009: “Hobbyraum” Die Fraenkelstraße, Hamburg, Germany
August 2008: Fancytouch Lights the Croquembouche Installation and performance, Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA

SELECTED GROUP AND TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS

August 2017: “a garden enclosed a fountain sealed” paradise projects, Online exhibition
June 2017: “Dusty Selva” Group exhibition organized by Ruben Ortiz-Torres, Centro de las Artes San Agustín, Oaxaca, Mexico
May 2017: "Scene of the Shipwreck" Organized by Morgan Mandalay, Main Gallery, University of California, San Diego
April - May 2017: “A Step Away” Group exhibition curated by Lara Bullock and Anthony Graham, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego
April - May 2017: “Personals” Group exhibition, Skowhegan New York Space
April - May 2017: “Undone” Group exhibition, Curated by Meredith Goldsmith, Santa Ana College
January 2017: “GLAMFA 2017” Group exhibition, Curated by Shannon Leith, CSU Long Beach, CA
January 2017: "Kult of Konsciousness" Screening, The Sunview Luncheonette, Brooklyn, NY
December 2016: Beach is Better "Kult of Konsciousness" Collaboratively staged 8 act play with Lila deMaghales, Kim Ahn Shreiber, produced by Morgan Mandalay, Presented by SPF15 for Fringe Projects Miami
October 2016: “Chroma” Group Exhibition, Office of the Dean of Arts and Humanities, University of California, San Diego
October 2016: “Episode 9: Dinner Room Terravore Group Exhibition presented by Agatha Valkyrie Ice, organized with Filip Marcel Meyer, OSLO10, Basel, Switzerland
June 2016: "Dan Boardman / Audrey Hope" Two person exhibition curated by Sean Downey, kijidome, Boston, MA (press)
May 2016: “8 Rows Back” Collaboratively installed two person exhibition with Morgan Mandalay, Helmuth Projects, San Diego, CA
March 2016: “New Things Are More” Curated by Anthony Graham, Marcuse Gallery, UC San Diego
March - April 2016: “Floating Letters” Three person exhibition with Jamie Felton, Jon Mills, curated by Esmeralda Montes and Shanna Waddell, Manhattan Beach Art Center, CA
September 2015: “Fragment” Organized by Kevin Buzzell, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, and Martyna Szczesna, New Wight Gallery, University of California, Los Angeles
August 2015: “Solar Anus” SOMA Summer Final Presentation, Mexico City D.F., Mexico
June 2015: “Hide and Seek” Curated by Alex Jen, Woodbury University School of Architecture, San Diego, CA
March - May 2015: “Soft Slice Corral” Two person exhibition with Jess Willa Wheaton, Goodnight Projects, San Francisco, CA
March - April 2015: “2) Audrey Hope, Allison Weise” Organized by Morgan Mandalay, SPF15, San Diego, CA (press)
February - March 2015: “und woran glaubst du?” Curated by Nick Koppenhagen, xpon-art, Hamburg, Germany
October 2014: “Good Luck” Group exhibition, Experimental Painting and Sculpture Studio, University of California, San Diego, CA
May 2014: “Hidden in Plain Sight” Curated by Carolyn Sickles, Projekt722, Brooklyn, NY
February 2013: “House Rabbet Society” Group exhibition, Curated by Alex Jacobson, Lincoln Arts Projects, Waltham, MA
February 2013: “Emergent Systems” Group exhibition, Harbor Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
June 2012: “Haunt No, Hell Yea" Project organized by Amy MacKay, S.H.E.D. Projects, Oakland, CA
April 2010: “Touch Down Jesus” Project organized by Joshua Short, Ever Gold Projects, San Francisco, CA
May 2007: “Crystal Slippage” Group exhibition, New York Studio Program, New York, NY
November 2006: “Wanderlust” Organized by Rachel Gargiulo, William Morris Hunt Memorial Library, Boston, MA

GRANTS & AWARDS

2017: Fall Artists' Residency Stipend Award Ox-Bow, Saugatuck, Michigan
2017: Frontiers of Innovation Scholars Program University of California, San Diego
2016: Second Year Award University of California, San Diego
2016: Russell Foundation Grant University of California, San Diego
2016: Dean’s Travel Grant Division of Arts and Humanities, University of California, San Diego
2015: UC MEXUS Small Grant University of California Institute for Mexico and the United States
2015: SOMA Summer Scholarship University of California, San Diego and SOMA, Mexico
2014 - 2016: Research Award University of California, San Diego
2014: Full Scholarship Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine
2014: Hambidge Fellowship Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences, Georgia
2014: Traveling Fellowship Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
2008: Dean’s Discretionary Fund Grant School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
2006: New York Studio Program Scholarship School of the  Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
2007: Dean’s Discretionary Fund Grant School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
2004 - 2008: Merit Scholarship School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
2004 - 2008: Gertrude Shelley Grant School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
2004: Governor’s Scholarship Sacramento, CA

PRESS

Here’s What Little Girls Are Made Of Topic Stories, Artworks featured as backdrops and props, Photographs by Ilona Szwarc, Words by Angella D'Avignon, Issue No. 2 Female Trouble, August 2017
See It Before It’s Gone: Dan Boardman / Audrey Hope at Kijidome Big Red and Shiny, Sarah Rushford, July 21, 2016
Postinternet Povera: 5 proyectos digitales en la vida offline Revista Código, Javier Fresneda, October 12, 2015
ARTS: TEEN NIGHT Spare Times for Children for June 15-21 New York Times, interview, Laurel Graeber, June 14, 2012
BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: RUGG RESIDENCY Big Red and Shiny, Matthew Gamber, June 19th, 2010

CURATORIAL PROJECTS

Spring 2016: Quickie Dingler Exhibition, UCSD Commons Gallery, San Diego, CA
2011: Permanent Vacation Exhibition, Ernest Rubenstein Gallery, New York, NY

VISITING ARTIST TALKS

2017: Artist Talk Proposals, Plans, Presentations with Amy Adler, University of California, San Diego
Fall 2017: Artist Talk Ox-Bow School of Art and Artists' Residency, Saugutuck, Michigan
Spring 2016: Guest Speaker Sculpture: Portfolio Projects, University of California, San Diego
December 2015: Artist Talk Extensions: Art + Color, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego
Fall 2014: Pecha Kucha SME 149, University of California, San Diego
Fall 2014: Artist Talk 2-Dimensional Art Practices with Ruben Ortiz Torres, University of California, San Diego
Spring 2014: Artist Talk Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences, Rabun Gap, Georgia
Spring 2014: Guest Speaker Outsider Artists’ Environments, The City College of New York, NY
Winter 2013: Thesis Reviewer Hunter College MFA shows, New York, NY
2012: Guest Speaker Art Practice with Barbara Friedman, Pace University, New York, NY

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Summer 2017: Instructor of Record Associate Instructor: Advanced Sculpture Projects, Department of Visual Arts, University of California, San Diego
Summer 2017: Field Researcher Vallecitos School, Rainbow, CA
Summer 2016, Winter 2017, Summer 2017, Fall 2017: Instructional Assistant to Professor Alex Sartor, Demonstrating Expertise through Digital Media, Online Course, Sixth College Writing Program Culture Art and Technology, University of California, San Diego
Summer 2017: Field Researcher Vallecitos School, Rainbow, CA
Spring 2017: Instructional Assistant to Professor Diane Forbes, Public Rhetoric and Practical Communication, Sixth College Writing Program: Culture, Art, and Technology, University of California, San Diego  
Fall 2016: Instructional Assistant to Professor Amanda Solomon, Migration Narratives, Sixth College Writing Program, Culture, Art, and Technology, University of California, San Diego
Winter, Spring 2016: Instructional Assistant to Professor Joe Bigham, Demonstrating Expertise through Digital Media, Sixth College Writing Program, Culture, Art, and Technology, University of California, San Diego
Fall 2015: Reader to Professor Grant Kester, Histories of Photography, Department of Visual Arts, University of California, San Diego
Winter 2015: Teaching Assistant to Professor Ricardo Dominguez, Introduction to Time-Based Media, Visual Arts, University of California San Diego, CA
Fall 2014, 2015: Teaching Assistant to Professor Ruben Ortiz Torres, Introduction to 2-Dimensional Practices, Visual Arts, University of California San Diego, CA
January 2012 - June 2014: Associate Educator G:Class and High School Programs, New Museum, New York, NY
February 2011 - January 2012: Young Artists Program Coordinator The Educational Alliance Art School, New York, NY
April - August 2010: Director of Co-Curricular Programming The Oxbow School Summer Art Program, Napa, CA
September 2009 - March 2010: Art Coach Good for Kids Foundation, San Francisco, CA
November 2008 - May 2009: English Tutor Hamburg, Germany
Summers 2006 - 2009: Teaching Assistant The Oxbow School Summer Art Program, Napa, CA
Spring 2007: Teaching Assistant to Carla Herrera-Prats, Beginning Photography, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA