No Longer Empty (NLE) Curatorial Lab: Remix Rememory
Co-curator of Remix Rememory, a site-responsive exhibition that gathered and reimagined histories as a means to understand personal and collective identities. Featuring borrowed and commissioned works by artists from Jamaica, Queens, and beyond, the exhibition and related public programming explored how memories can be recaptured and preserved through actions, objects, and reframed tales. Press: Times LedgerAyllu Times  
@ jamaica colosseum mall | jamaica, ny

Convergence: JMC@Prospect.3
Project manager of four-month exhibition, "Convergence: JMC@Prospect.3", curated by Deborah Willis, Ph.D. and featuring the 2013-14 Joan Mitchell Center artists-in-residence, including publication of an accompanying catalog and managing installation, de-installation, and docent staff.
@ joan mitchell center studios | new orleans, la

N.O. home
《2014 - present》
Creative Director & Curator of a roving conceptual art project & oral history archive (in collaboration with scholar/educator Lauren Lastrapes) centered on the meaning of home. Originally centered on post-Katrina New Orleans, this project has since expanded beyond geographical boundaries, existing at the intersection of memory, public history, and healing through its participants' visual works and shared words reflecting on experiences of home.
@ various locations | new orleans, la & beyond

Prospect.2 Student Biennial
Curator of an exhibition featuring four youth arts programs, in collaboration with Kids Rethink New Orleans Schools, the New Orleans Kid Camera Project & the Roots of Music, inspired by and in conjunction with the Prospect.2 international contemporary art biennial. 
@ prospect new orleans headquarters | new orleans, la

StreetHub NOLA | GOOD Ideas for New Orleans (GOOD Magazine + CEOs for Cities)
Envisioned team’s public art project to beautify a selected New Orleans intersection based on transportation use and community needs
@ new orleans, la