Creation of Urban Harvest adult class series about Alaska lifeways. Classes connect collection objects and ideas presented through Anchorage Museum exhibitions and collection to contemporary practices and skills. Classes are taught by homesteaders, artists, culture bearers and local experts.
Development and direction of all classes at the Anchorage Museum. Artist and expert-led classes include classes on teaching from a decolonizing stance, art classes on design, plein air landscape painting, the science and art of our sky, and more.
Creation and facilitation of programs centered around professional practice at the RISD Museum. Programming includes practical Development workshops on artist statement writing, budgets, copyright, documentation, and freelancing, Critique & Conversations sessions designed to cultivate rich dialogue around contemporary practice, and Ways of Looking for Artists experiences that invite close looking at objects of the past to inspire making in the present.
Occasional Open Hours at 186 Carpenter. Co-working sessions for anyone who has something portable they can work on collectively.
Management of the RISD Museum's NEA funded Artist Fellowship program which provides two artists unique access to research in the Museum's collections, continuing education and professional development as well as a $10,000 stipend.
Contributed to the development of the Design the Night series of the RISD Museum, which includes artist-driven programs.