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Hit Me With Your Best Shot

Exhibition Dates | Thu. March 7th - Sat. April 20th, 2024

Opening Reception Mar 7th 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Pen + Brush Gallery | 29 E 22nd St, New York, NY 10010

For Women’s History Month this year, Pen + Brush is bringing  together curators, art advocates, and visionaries from our community to engage in a meaningful dialogue about what is at stake and in play for women artists working today. This will be accomplished through a group exhibition and discussion titled Hit Me With Your Best Shot.  Curators taking part will select one artwork by a woman or non-binary artist that they believe speaks poignantly to the challenges and opportunities facing women artists in the current historical context. I am honored to be included in this exhibition through Grace Aneiza Ali, Curator and Scholar. RSVP for the opening reception and here. (Text from Pen + Brush)

39th Annual International Exhibition

Exhibition Dates | Tue. January 16th - Fri. March 1st, 2024

Meadows Gallery | The University of Texas at Tyler | Circle Dr, Tyler, TX 75799

I am excited to have my first exhibition of photo documentation of site specific installtion through the 39th Annual International Exhibition, a juried visual art competition organized by the Department of Art and Art History at The University of Texas at Tyler. The juror, Brandon Zech, joined Glasstire, the nonprofit online publication for art in Texas, in 2015 as the publication’s Assistant Editor and is now the site’s founding Publisher in 2019. (Text from Meadows Gallery)

We've Come a Long Way...?

Exhibition Dates | Fri. November 3rd - Sat. December 9th, 2023

Cindi Elkins Gallery: The Art Center Highland Park | 1957 Sheridan Rd, Highland Park, IL

The Art Center Highland Park is rounding out a year of focusing on women in their exhibit schedule, highlighting women as curators, featured artists, and guest jurors. Their final call for 2023 examines the phrases ‘women’s work’ and ‘You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby’ to raise the terms more as a question …have we come a long way at all? The exhibition is curated by guest juror and artist Sawyer Rose from the "Carrying Stones Project." Learn more here.  (Text from TAC.) 


Materia Prima

Exhibition Dates | Fri. July 7th - Sat. August 12th, 2023

Sulfur Studios: A Project of Arts Southeast | 2301 Bull St, Savannah, GA

ARTS Southeast + Sulfur Studios present Materia Prima, a Juried Exhibition featuring over 30 artists from the Southeast. Through diverse and ambitious media ranging from fibers to film, found object assemblage to sculpture, the works in Materia Prima are a testament to the high caliber of creativity in our region. Selected for their skilled and novel approaches to materiality, these artist offer new ways of understanding and interacting with the worlds around us. (Text from Sulfur Studios.) 

Alchemy Exhibiton

Exhibition Dates | Live online, April 17th, 2023

create! Magazine | Virtual Exhibition 

Alchemy Exhibition, a virtual exhibition by create! Magazine curated by Charuka Arora, Victoria J. Fry, and Mona Lerch explores the definition of alchemy: power or process that changes or transforms something in a mysterious or impressive way. Read the exhibition essay by Christina Nafziger here. Enter the virtual exhibition here, and view my artist feature on create! blog.

Creative Tallahassee

Exhibition Dates | Wed. April 5th - Mon. June 5th, 2023

Award Ceremony and Reception | Thur. May 4th, 6:00-8:00 PM

City Hall Art Gallery | 300 S Adams St, Tallahassee FL

The Council on Culture & Arts proudly presents "Creative Tallahassee," an annual juried art exhibition of 40 regional artists and their work. Join COCA for the reception on My 4th from 6-8pm at Tallahassee's City Hall with light refreshments. Register at eventbrite here. Learn more about the exhibition and find to online gallery here.


Exhibition Dates | Fri. April 14th - Sat. May 6th, 2023

Opening Reception | Fri. April 14, 6:00-8:00 PM

Artist Talks/Panel Discussion | April 20, 6:00-7:30 P

MoFA (map)

Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts presents, "be/longing" an MFA graduating exhibition featuring the work of AnnaBrooke Greene, nik rye, Chayse Sampy, Chansong Woo, Jenae Christopher, and Camille Modesto which asks what do we belong to and what are we longing for? View the exhibition catalog here.


Exhibition Dates | Wed. April 19th - Sat. April 29th, 2023

Venue Location | The R.O.B.

The R.O.B. (map)

The Lake City ArtFields Collective's annual event, ArtFields, turns the town into a gallery as local businesses display hundreds of artworks from the region. I am honored to be exhibiting at the R.O.B. The Ragsdale Old Building was once a tobacco warehouse and charcoal briquette factory which has been outfitted to host ArtFields and community events in Lake City. You can find the full list of 2023 exhibiting artists here

Some Things I'll Never Forget

Exhibition Dates | Fri. November 4th - Sun. November 27th, 2022

Opening Reception | Fri. Nov. 4, 4:00-6:00 PM

Working Method Contemporary Gallery (map)

"Some Things I'll Never Forget" explores work that speaks to the complexities of memory and nostalgia. Curated by the League of Graduate Artists, at Florida State University, the work provides a viewing point for how we looking back. 

Material Alchemy: Metal and Color

Exhibition Dates | Sat. April 23rd - Sun. May 22th, 2022

Opening Reception | Saturday, April 23, 6:00-8:00 PM

Curator/Artist Talk | Monday, April 25, 5:30 PM via Zoom.

ATHICA (map)

In the Garden

Exhibition Dates | Mon. April 4th - Fri. June 31st, 2022

Artist Talk | Fri. May 6th @ 6:30 PM

Artist Workshop | Sat. May 14, 11:00-1:00 PM

Wallspace at Grassroots (map)

Wallspace shows emerging artist AnnaBrooke Greene's, current FSU MFA, solo show, "In the Garden" exploring the cultural devices of womanhood using textiles and domestic imagery. 

Artist Talk with AnnaBrooke Greene, interviewed by Sam McCoy, held Friday, May 6th at 6:30pm with drinks and light bites. Free and open to the public! Sponsored by 1915 South.

Create your own one of a kind bags with sewn found objects with AnnaBrooke Greene at Thomasville Center for the Arts! An Activity for adults and the whole family. Registrations recommended, drop in welcome while supplies last.

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