Exhibitions, Film and Video

Timothy BergTimothy Berg (Art)
Cloud 9
, Sultan Gallery, Kuwait City, Kuwait, May-July 2013.

Los Angeles Ceramics, Central Gallery, Houston Community College, Houston, TX, February-March 2013.

An Embarrassment of Riches, Dean Project Gallery, New York, NY, January-February, 2013. Joint exhibition with Rebekah Myers.


Ciara EnnisCiara Ennis (Pitzer Art Galleries)
Co-curator, Charles Gaines: In the Shadow of Numbers, Pomona College of Art and Pitzer Art Galleries, Claremont, CA, September 4-October 21, 2012. With Rebecca McGrew.

Curator and guest lecturer, Synthetic Ritual, Pritchard Art Gallery, College of Art and Design, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID, August-September 2012.

Melissa HidalgoMelissa Hidalgo (English and World Literature)
Professor Hidalgo played the role of “Motel Butch” in Water and Power, written and directed by Richard Montoya. Screened at AMC Universal City Walk, Universal City, CA, June 2013.

Professor Hidalgo played the role of “Assistant Coach” in Forgiving Heart, written and directed by Adelina Anthony. Screened at Fusion Outfest, Egyptian Theater, Hollywood, CA, March 2013.


Jesse LernerJesse Lerner (Media Studies)
Curator, Orfanato Cinematográfico, an eight-part film program for Asco: Elite de lo Oscuro at the Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City, May 5- June 23, 2013.  A shortened version of the program was shown in the UK as Asco: Your Art Disgusts Me, South London Gallery, London, UK, April 4 and 11, 2013.

Co-curator, XV Bienal de Fotografía, Centro de la Imagen, Mexico City, Mexico, March-April 2013. With Yolanda Andrade and Marcela Quiroz.

Co-curator, documentary section and curator of the Cine sin Fronteras section, Festival Internacional de Cine de Morelia, Mexico City, Mexico, November 2012. With Daniela Alatorre.

The Absent Stone premiered January 2013 at Cineteca Nacional, Mexico City, and subsequently toured 14 cities in Mexico as part of the Ambulante documentary film program (February 8-May 7, 2013).  Additional screenings include the Museo de Historia Mexicana, Monterrey, Mexico and TEOR/éTica, San José, Costa Rica.  T.S.H. and Magnavoz screened at the Cinemateca Distrital de Bogotá, Colombia.  Frontierland screened as part of the exhibition The Very Large Array at the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego.  Atomic Sublime screened in the Athens International Film Festival.