GIBSON-HUNTER

 

Education

1985 Howard University, MFA Printmaking
1975 Temple University, BS Art Education

Post Graduate
1999 Canadian School for Non Toxic Printmaking Workshop-Certificate
Non- Toxic Printmaking

Professional Honors, Fellowships, and Residencies

2015 Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT
2010 Pyramid Atlantic, Silver Spring MD
2006 Artist Fellowship Program Grant, DC Commission of the Arts and Humanities
1999 Howard University Academic Excellence Grant
1985 Bronx Museum of Art Fellowship
1978 J.D. Rockefeller Arts Administration Fellowship Arts-In –Education

Selective List of Exhibits

2016 Occupational Hazards, New Door Creative, Baltimore, MD, Solo Exhibition
2016 DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Visual Arts Exhibition for 2017 Arts and Humanities Fellowship Program, Washington, DC Group Exhibition
2016 FASCISM, Whitney Center for the Arts, Pittsfield MA, Group Exhibition,
2016 Radical Re-Imaging, Our Radicalized, Past, Present and Futures, Wooly Mammoth Theatre, Washington, DC, Group Exhibition
2016 French Doors, Honfleur Gallery, Washington, DC, Solo Exhibition
2016 Black Creativity Exhibition, Museum of Art and Science, Chicago, IL Group Exhibition, Judge: Walther Massey, PH.D President The School of the Art Institute Chicago
2016 Alchemical Vessels, Smith Farm Gallery, Washington DC, Group Exhibition
2016 Type Cast, Hillyer Art Space, Washington DC, Group Exhibition
2015 Montgomery College, Rockville Campus, Surviving the Storm Montgomery College, Montgomery County, Maryland, Group Exhibition
2015 Montgomery College, Silver Spring campus, Surviving The Storm, Silver Spring, Maryland, Group Exhibition
2015 Flash Point, Washington DC, Sheros, Group Exhibition
2014 Edison Place Gallery, Washington, DC. From the Ashes: Rebirth of the Human Spirit, Group Exhibition
2014 Pittsburgh State University, Pittsburg, KA. Transforming Viewpoints, Group Exhibition
2013 Busboys and Poets, Washington,, DC and Hyattsville, MD. Group show,
2013 Mount Rainier Artist’s Lofts Gallery, Hyattsville, MD. The Art of Justice, Group Exhibition
2012 George Mason University Gallery, Founders Hall, Fairfax, MD. Group Exhibition
2012 DCAC Gallery, Washington, DC. ZEITGEIST II Too Much Information?,Group Exhibition
2012 Kenkelba Gallery, New York, NY. In Unison: 20 Washington, DC Printmakers Traveling, Group Exhibition
2011 Hillyer Gallery, Washington, DC. In Unison: 20 Washington, DC Printmakers Traveling, Group Exhibition
2011 June Gordon Gallery, Oakland, CA. Conversations In Dinqnish, Group Exhibition
2011 Kreeger Museum, Washington, DC. In Unison: 20 Washington, DC
Printmakers, Group Exhibition Group, Jurors: Sam Gilliam, Judy Goldberg, Director, Kreeger Museum, Marsha Mayteka, Marsha Mayteka Gallery
2011 Traveling exhibition; Galleria Terre Rare, No Commercial Potential
2010 Garage N.3 Gallery, Spazio espositivo “Barrique”, Italy, No Commercial Potential, Curator Maurizio Follin, Group Exhibition
2010 Museum of Fine Arts of Parana’ Parana, Argentina, Diversity Coordinated by Silivina Luchi and the Art Department of Inadi Entire Rios, Group Exhibition
2010 CCBC Catonsville Gallery, Catonsville, MD. The Box Catonsville, Boxed In/Outside Invitational, Group Exhibition, Curator Peggy Fox
2009 DC Art Center Gallery, Washington, DC. BLACK, Group Exhibition
2008 DC Art Center Gallery, Washington, DC. Suspicious Activities. Solo Exhibition
2008 Nevin Kelly Gallery, Washington, DC. Under Surveillance, Group Exhibition
2008 University of Detroit at Mercy, Detroit, MI. Gender Politics, Group Exhibition
2008 Hampton University Museum, Hampton Virginia, New Power Generation 2008 Group Exhibition
2008 Zenith Gallery, Washington, DC, Dark Matter Group Exhibition
2008 University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg VA. Mid-Atlantic New Painting 2000. Group Exhibition, Juror: John B. Ravenal
2008 The Museum of Art and Science, Chicago, IL
2008 Black Creativity Group Exhibition, 2nd Place cash award

Lectures/Moderator/Interviews

2016 Panelist, Porter Colloquium 2016, Howard University, Black Artists Collective: BAM and its Influences
2015 Presenter: Black Arts United States: Institutions and Interventions Northwestern University, Let the Circle Be Unbroken: BADC an alternative network based on collaboration that prepares Black artists…)
2014“African American Art: Resistance, Community, and Creativity”,Busboys and Poets, Washington DC
2013 Open Studio visit Smithsonian Institute, Anacostia Museum,Washington, DC
2012 “Art and Diversity”, panelist, Washington Sculpture Group, Washington, DC
2010 Sam Gilliam ”More Than A Room: Effective Studio Practices’, interview Washington, DC

Media

2016 Citi Paper, Baltimore, Arts Section, Aziza Claudia Gibson-Hunter ruminates o the pain of gentrification through mixed media abstraction, Angela N. Carroll, October 1, 2016
2016 Washington Post, The Galleries Section, Pastoral scenes with just a touch of Menace, Mark Jenkins, May 8, 2016
2016 Fox News Five, interview, FRENCH DOORS Exhibition April 4, 2016
2016 The Advocate Hurricane Katrina: 10 Years Later Art Exhibit, Isabel Rockwook Feb. 24, 2016
2008 Washington Post Style Section, The Very Image of Affirmation, Nov. 21
2008 Washington Informer, Arts and Entertainment, Suspicious Activities, Nov. 2-12 2008

Public Art

2005 Artwalk, Washington DC
Designed a 7’ x 24’ banner for an architectural structure in downtown Washington, DCn

Community Work

2004-present Compile a daily listing of opportunities and news for artists
2016 Judge for the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities Art Bank purchase awards
2016 Cultural Liaison between the Black Washington DC arts Community and Merrill Lynch Corporation, Washington, DC , Creating A Lasting Legacy: African -American Art
2015 Cultural Liaison between the Black Artists of DC and the Congressional Black Caucus, Legacy: The Art of It, Washington, DC

Collections

District of Columbia, Washingtonia Collection
Liberian Embassy, Monrovia, Liberia
District of Columbia Art Bank,
District of Columbia Permanent Collection Wilson Building