Teaching Experience



Savannah College of Art and Design, Hong Kong
Adjunct Art History Professor

Teaching “Women in Art” this Winter. Have also taught “Twentieth-Century Art” and Graduate courses on Contemporary Art History

Hong Kong Baptist University: Academy of Visual Arts

Part Time Professor, taught introductory art history course to art students


Hong Kong Baptist University: Humanities Program

Part Time Professor, taught the course “The Present State of the Arts.”

Began with brief historical survey of Chinese and Western art in order to create a foundation for contemporary issues and artists later studied in class


Parsons The New School For Design, New York
Department of Critical Studies

Adjunct Professor, taught upper division course: “Women Performance Artists.” Looked at international twentieth-century artists and movements


York University, City University of New York

Adjunct Professor, taught introductory course to Art and Art History, with an emphasis on student writing


Professional Experience


Firehouse Art Gallery, Nassau Community College, New York

Curator of the multi-media exhibition “SMIRK: women, art, and humor,” which highlighted work of women artists who rebelliously use humor. Click to view the checklist.

Reviewed in The New York Times, Newsday, and New York Arts Magazine


RoseLee Goldberg, Performance Art Historian, New York

Assisted author to compile and write information for her book Performance: Live Art Since the 1960s, Thames and Hudson, 1998



Laurie Anderson, Performance Artist, New York

Helped artist organize materials for her book, Stories from the Nerve Bible:  A Retrospective 1972-1992, HarperPerennial, 1994

MOCA Grand Ave LA

Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California

Paid Intern/Research Assistant: researched the relationship between art and film for exhibition curated by Kerry Brougher. Helped to organize other projects, including the exhibition catalogue entitled The Gersh Collection, 1989

Roy Lichtenstein Mural - CAA

Documentary Film on Artist Roy Lichtenstein, Directed by Guy Furland

Art History Consultant: provided art historical background and assisted in film’s development



Judah L. Magnes Museum, Berkeley, California
Paid Intern for Curatorial Department