GIBSON-HUNTER STUDIO

 

LIST OF EXHIBITIONS

• 2019 Banneker Douglass Museum , Songs of A Caged Bird, Annapolis MD, Group Exhibition
• 2019 Eastern Hawaii Community Center, Hilo in Conjunction with the University of Hawaii at Hilo, The Global Metaphysics of Abstract Painters / Part II, Group exhibition
• 2018 BlackRock Center for the Arts, RECOLLECTION, Germantown, Maryland, Group exhibition
• 2018 Hill Center Gallery, Playing to WIN, Washington DC, invitational SOLO
• 2018 The Ellington Gallery. PULLING TOGETHER: The Art of Teachers, Washington DC, invitational Group exhibition
• 2018 Arena Players Gallery, Visions of a Raisin In The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, Group exhibition
• 2018 Studio Theater, Spiral Now: 55 Years in the Making, Washington, DC, Group exhibition
• 2018 Edwards Studio, Prism IV: CHOICE, Invitational, Washington, DC, Group
• 2018 GOGGLEWORKS Center for the arts, Annual Juried exhibition, Reading, PA Group exhibition
• 2018 Latham and Watkins, Celebrating African-American Art, Washington, DC, Group Exhibition
• 2018 DCAC, It’s About That Time: Prints from Lilly Press, Washington, DC, Group Exhibition
• 2017 DC Commission an the Arts Fellowship Exhibition, Washington, DC Group Exhibition
• 2017 Regional Juried Exhibition, Hill Center Galleries, Washington, DC Group Exhibition
• 2017 WE WHO BELIEVE IN FREEDOM, Edison Place Gallery, Washington, DC, Group Exhibition
• Black Artists of DC2017 Legacy, The Gallery at Friendship Heights, Bethesda, MD, Group Exhibition
• 2016 Us + Them = US, Joan Hisaoka Art Gallery, Washington, DC, Group Exhibition
• 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 HumanitiesFellowship 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 Gallery for Good, The Community Foundation, Washington, DC Group Exhibition
• 2014 Biggs Museum of American Art, Dover, Delaware, Picture Landscape, Group Exhibition
• 2014 Black Rock Center for the Arts, Germantown, MD, Invitation to a Metaphor,
• Solo Exhibition
• 2014 Thelma Harris Gallery, Oakland, California, Group Exhibition
• 2014 Rogue Community College, Grants Pass, Oregon, The Subject of War, Group Exhibition
• 2014 Charles Krause Reporting Fine Art, Washington, DC, Beyond Red and Blue, Group Exhibition
• 2014 WAH Center, Brooklyn, NY, Over the Edge: Paperworks Unbound, Group Exhibition
• 2014 Pittsburgh State University, Pittsburg, PA. Transforming Viewpoints, Group Exhibition
• 2013 Busboys and Poets, Washington, DC and Hyattsville, MD. Group Exhibition
• 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, Jurors: Sam Gilliam, Judy Goldberg, Director, Kreeger Museum, Marsha Mayteka, Marsha Mayteka Gallery
• 2011 Traveling exhibition; Galleria Terre Rare, No Commercial Potential, Group Exhibition
• 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, Group Exhibition
• 2010 The Corner Store Gallery, Washington, DC, Mixed Media Reflections, Group Exhibition
• 2010 The Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Washington DC, Omnipresence Exhibition, Group Exhibition
• 2009 DC Art Center Gallery, Washington, DC. BLACK, BADC Group Exhibition
• 2009 Open Call, Frieze Project Art Fai, New York, NY, Group Exhibition, Curators: Brina Thurston, Miguel Amando, Filipa Olevera
• 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
• 2005 Ramee Gallery, Washington, DC Everyday People, Everyday Life, Group Exhibition
• 2005 YWCA National Capital Area, Washington, DC. Voices, Group Exhibition
• 2005 Howard University Gallery, Washington, DC, A Proud Continuum: Eight Decades of Art at Howard University, Group Exhibition
• 2004 Adamson Gallery, Washington, DC, Print Portfolio, DC Commission on the Arts, Group Exhibition
• 2004 Harrisburg, PA, Art Association of Harrisburg, PA
• 2004 Capitol Children’s Museum, Washington, DC, Gemstones and Lace, Solo Exhibition
• 2003 Belmont East Gallery, Washington, DC, Group Exhibition
• 2002 Howard University, Washington, DC Faculty Show
• 2001 Howard University, Washington, DC Faculty Show, Group Exhibition
• 2000 Brandywine Workshop, Philadelphia, PA. Group Exhibition
• 2000 Charles Sumner School Museum and Archives, Washington, DC, Group Exhibition
• 1999 Rock Creek Gallery, Washington, DC, Group Exhibition
• 1986 Gallery 1199, New York, NY, Joining Forces, Group Exhibition, Curators: Charles Abramson, Senga Nengudi-Fittz
• 1986 20 West Theatre, Harlem, NY, Apartheid and Other White Lies, Solo Exhibition
• 1986 The Muse Community Museum, Brooklyn, NY, Group Exhibition
• 1985 Howard University, Washington, DC Birth of a Blackwomanartist, Thesis show
• 1985 The Center for Art & Culture of Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, NY, A Common Thread: Caribbean &African-American Women’s Tribute to Wanda Ducoste Wiener, Esq., Group Exhibition
• 1980 Howard University Law School, Washington, DC, Group Exhibition
• 1979 Washington Conference of Artists, Chicago, IL, Group Exhibition
• 1979 Howard University, Washington, DC Student Show, Group Exhibition
• 1979 Smith-Norton Gallery Washington, DC, Group Exhibition
• 1979 Shrewsbury Library, Monmouth County NJ, Monmouth County Alumnae Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority exhibition, show. Group Exhibition
• 1978 Benjamin Franklyn Hotel, Philadelphia, Pa. Group Exhibition
• 1978 Hill Gallery, Philadelphia Pa, Group Exhibition
• 1976 Philadelphia Civic Center, 4H club, Philadelphia, PA. Group Exhibition

TEACHING and PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

• 2015 Bowie University, Adjunct (Studio), undergraduate Printmaking 1
• 2002 Howard University, Lecturer
• 1999 Graduate printmaking Courses: Silkscreen Printing, Relief Printmaking, Printmaking I, Printmaking II, Independent Study in Printmaking, Graduate: Printmaking I, Printmaking II, Printmaking Workshop
• 1997 Washington DC Public Schools, Washington, DC La Fayette Elementary School
• 1977 Philadelphia Public Schools, Philadelphia, Pa Art teacher, elementary school
• 1976 Philadelphia Public Schools Philadelphia, Pa, Art teacher Beeber Junior High School
• 1975 Philadelphia School System, Philadelphia, Pa. substitute art teacher K-High school

Lectures/Moderator/Interviews

• 2017 Panelist, "Keeping It Real: Interventions, Ruptures and Affirmations", Porter Colloquium, Howard University, Washington, DC
• 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, U Street Studio of Sam Gilliam
• 2006 Art, Artists and Activism: The Black Arts movement Revisited, Re-contextualized, The 16th Annual Porter Colloquium, Howard University, Moderator, Washington, D.C.

MEDIA

• 2016 Citi Paper, Baltimore, Arts Section, Growing Pains, Angela N. Carroll, Oct. 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 Black Renaissance Noir, Aziza Claudia Gibson-Hunter, FRENCH DOORS, Volume16 Issue 2, Fall
• 2016 The Advocate Hurricane Katrina: 10 Years Later Art Exhibit, Isabel Rockwook Feb. 24, 2015 Callaloo, Volume 38, Number 4, Art 2015, pp. 825-829
• 2008 Washington Post Style Section, The Very Image of Affirmation, Nov. 21
• 2008 Washington Informer, Arts and Entertainment, Suspicious Activities, Nov. 2-12
• 2005 Howard Magazine, Spring 2005 (photo)
• 2005 Womanmade News, Women of the African Diaspora, Kymberly N. Pinder, PhD. Fall 2005 (Photo “Strong Black Woman, mixed media, 2003” photo in newsletter)
• 2004 Afro American Newspaper, Black Girls are the Focus of Children’s Museum Exhibit, James
Wright, February 22, 2004
• 2004 CCM News, Gemstones & Lace: A Celebration of Black Girls Series January /February 2004
• 2004 Washington Informer, Aziza Gibson-Hunter’s Celebration of Black Girls, Ahiel Tesfamariam, February 26- March 2004 2014
• 2004 The Common Denominator, Washington DC, An Artist’s Gems, Melissa Ferrara, http://www.thecommondenominator.com/020904_news4html
• 2004 On the Right Side, interview, 2004 Armstrong Williams, Executive Officer
• 1999 The Quilter: Quilting for a Better Future, Issue 81, Winter, 1999, pg. 35, British Isles
The National Review of African American Art: Private Dancer, Private Dealer, Private Show!
Volume 16, Issue#3, pg. 34, United States
• 1986 Amsterdam News, New York, NY, Where WE At introduces art couples in Muse show, Kay Brown, June 21,1986

PUBLIC ART

• 2017 Ron Brown College Repertory High School, Wall of Unity, Washington, DC, 9’x32’ relief in iron, acrylic paint, Epoxy
• 2005 Artwalk, Washington DC. Designed a 7’x 24’ banner for an architectural structure in downtown Washington, DC

COMMUNITY WORK

• 2004-2017present Compile a daily listing of opportunities and news for artists via the Internet
• 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
• Montgomery County Works on Paper Collection
• ISCI Permanent Collection

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
• 1998 Washington Studio School, Washington, DC, Watercolor, Drawing
• 1998 Art Student League, Alexandria, VA, Painting, Abstract Painting
• 1986 Art Student League, New York, NY: Pastel
• 1986 Bob Blackburn Studio, New York, NY, Lithography

PROFESSIONAL HONORS, FELLOWSHIPS, and RESIDENCIES

• 2019 Dunbo Fellowship, Pyramid Atlantic, Hyattsville MD
• 2016 Artist Fellowship Program Grant, DC Commission of the Arts and Humanities, Washington, DC
• 2015 Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT, Residency
• 2010 Pyramid Atlantic, Silver Spring MD, Fellowship
• 2006 Artist Fellowship Program Grant, DC Commission of the Arts and Humanities, Washington, DC
• 2000 Howard University, Washington DC, Sponsored Faculty Research Grant
• 1999 Howard University, Washington, DC Academic Excellence Grant
• 1985 Bronx Museum of Art, Bronx, NY Fellowship
• 1978 J.D. Rockefeller Arts Administration Fellowship Arts-In –Education
• 1977 Haystack School of Crafts, Deer isle Maine; Printmaking