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, Michigan
2015: SOMA Summer Mexico City, Mexico
2014: Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture Madison, Maine
2014: Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences Hambidge Fellow, Rabun Gap, Georgia
2007: New York Studio Program New York

INSTALLATIONS AND SOLO EXHIBITIONS

June - July 2018: “Stone Hearth” DXIX Projects, Venice, California
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
September 2010: “Harlequin Mineshaft” Parkes Carr Residence, Cambridge, Massachusetts
June 2010: “Grottensaal Living Wall” R.U.G.G. Residency, Boston
May 2009: “Hobbyraum” Die Fraenkelstraße, Hamburg, Germany
August 2008: Fancytouch Lights the Croquembouche Installation and performance, Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, California

SELECTED GROUP AND TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS

June - July 2018: “High Key: Color in Southern California” Curated by Elizabeth Rooklidge, San Diego Art Institute
June - July 2018: "Movement of Matter" Curated by Jamie Felton, SANSO, Los Angeles
November - December 2017: “3 Installations” Adgy Art, La Jolla, California
August 2017: “a garden enclosed a fountain sealed” paradise projects, Online exhibition
June 2017: “Dusty Selva” 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” Curated by Lara Bullock and Anthony Graham, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego
April - May 2017: “Personals”  Skowhegan New York Space
April - May 2017: “Undone” Curated by Meredith Goldsmith, Santa Ana College
January 2017: “GLAMFA 2017” Curated by Shannon Leith, CSU Long Beach
January 2017: "Kult of Konsciousness" Screening, The Sunview Luncheonette, Brooklyn
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” Office of the Dean of Arts and Humanities, University of California, San Diego
October 2016: “Episode 9: Dinner Room Terravore 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 (press)
May 2016: “8 Rows Back” Two person exhibition with Morgan Mandalay, Helmuth Projects, San Diego
March 2016: “New Things Are More” Curated by Anthony Graham, Marcuse Gallery, University of California, 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, California
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
March - May 2015: “Soft Slice Corral” Two person exhibition with Jess Willa Wheaton, Goodnight Projects, San Francisco
March - April 2015: “2) Audrey Hope, Allison Weise” Organized by Morgan Mandalay, SPF15, San Diego (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
May 2014: “Hidden in Plain Sight” Curated by Carolyn Sickles, Projekt722, Brooklyn
February 2013: “House Rabbet Society” Group exhibition, Curated by Alex Jacobson, Lincoln Arts Projects, Waltham, Massachusetts
February 2013: “Emergent Systems” Harbor Gallery, Brooklyn
June 2012: “Haunt No, Hell Yea" Project organized by Amy MacKay, S.H.E.D. Projects, Oakland, California
April 2010: “Touch Down Jesus” Project organized by Joshua Short, Ever Gold Projects, San Francisco
May 2007: “Crystal Slippage” Group exhibition, New York Studio Program
November 2006: “Wanderlust” Curated by Rachel Gargiulo, William Morris Hunt Memorial Library, Boston

GRANTS & FELLOWSHIPS

2018: Armory Teaching Fellowship Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, California
2018: Tending Space Fellowship Hemera Foundation, Boulder
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

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, Styling by Liz Baca, 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 UCSD Commons Gallery, San Diego
2011: Permanent Vacation Ernest Rubenstein Gallery, New York

VISITING ARTIST TALKS

2018: Artist Panel Discussion "High Key: Color in Southern California,” San Diego Art Institute
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
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
Winter 2013: Thesis Reviewer Hunter College MFA shows, New York
2012: Guest Speaker Art Practice with Barbara Friedman, Pace University, New York

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Fall 2018: Lecturer University of San Diego
Fall 2014 - Fall 2017: Teaching Assistant University of California, San Diego
Summer 2017: Associate Instructor University of California, San Diego
Summer 2017: Instructor & Field Researcher Vallecitos School, Rainbow, California
Fall 2015: Reader University of California, San Diego
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, California
September 2009 - March 2010: Art Coach Good for Kids Foundation, San Francisco, California
November 2008 - May 2009: English Tutor Hamburg, Germany
Summers 2006 - 2009: Teaching Assistant The Oxbow School Summer Art Program, Napa, California
Spring 2007: Teaching Assistant School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts