Education

M.F.A., University of Illinois at Chicago, Studio Arts, 1996

B.A., University of California at Santa Cruz, American Studies and Studio Arts, 1990


Solo and Two Person Exhibitions

2017

4X4X4X4, Birch Contemporary, Toronto, Canada

2016

RE>CRETE>FACTORY>SHOWROOM, University Museum of Contemporary Art, Amherst, MA

Sidewalking, Songs for Presidents, Brooklyn, NY

RCNT/WRKS, 337 Project Space, Grand Rapids, MI

2013

RE>CRETE>BLOCK, Littlebigspace, Albany, CA

2012

RCNT/WRKS, Birch Libralato Gallery, Toronto, Canada

2009

PBLX, Contemporary Art Gallery at Southeastern Lousiana University, Hammond, LA

2008

ADOPT-LE-FONT, with Paul Benney, various locations, Brooklyn, NY

Plop Sculpture (PT2), Incident Report, Hudson, NY

2007

RCNT/WRKS, Birch Libralato Gallery, Toronto, Canada

2006

Resource Room, Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, GA

I was born exactly 25 years after Bruce Nauman, Artists Space @ The Armory Show, New York, NY

2005

Newcountry, The Philip Feldman Gallery, Portland, OR

2004

PTGS/2, Robert Birch Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

2003

E-Z Maze (Right Angle)©, Portland Institute of Contemporary Art / A LOT, Portland, OR

PTGS, Robert Birch Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

DWGS, Julie Baker Fine Arts, Nevada City, CA

2002

Infinitely Intersecting Orbits, Toronto Sculpture Garden, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Dingercity, curated by Regine Basha, Studio 5B, Brooklyn, NY

Between Days, Traywick Gallery, Berkeley, CA

2001

48 Hours, with Harrell Fletcher, No Name Exhibitions @ The Soap Factory, Minneapolis, MN

Paintings and Walls, with Arnold Goldman, A.R.T. Inc., New York, NY

2000

Elsewhere, SculptureCenter, New York, NY

Drawings and Maquettes (Elsewhere), Rare, New York, NY

33 Revolutions Per Minute, Hallwalls Inc., Buffalo, NY

1999

Far From the Soil, with Gay Outlaw, Rare, New York, NY

1998

Scrapwood (New York City), De Chiara / Stewart, New York, NY

Scrapwood (Chicago), The Chicago Project Room, Chicago, IL

1997

2 x 4 x 8 x, curated by Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson, Correct C.E., New York, NY

Conversation, with Stephanie Snider, A.R.T. Inc., New York, NY

1996

Here But Not Here, with Helen Mirra, Gallery 400, Chicago, IL

3045, Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA

1995

Jim Charter and Charles Goldman, Horodner-Romley Gallery, New York, NY

1994

Drawings, curated by Charles Linder, Refusalon, San Francisco, CA

Nose Flowers (for Mother), New Performance Gallery, San Francisco, CA

1990

Painting and Other Work, J.B. Hall Gallery, Santa Cruz, CA


Group Exhibitions

2016

Monuments in Reverse, (curated by Jacob Cartwright), 245 Varet, Brooklyn, NY

INTERVENTIONS, (curated by Isidro Blasco), 1608, Brooklyn, NY

Ways and Means, (curated by Jason Andrew), 1285 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY

2015

Outlet Invitational, Outlet, Brooklyn, NY

Exquisite, LABspace, Hillsdale, NY

2014

NYC Makers Biennial, Museum of Art and Design, New York, NY

2013

PLACE TO PLACE TO PLACE, curated by Max Warsh, Planthouse, New York, NY

Water, Proteus Gowanas, Brooklyn, NY

2011

New Wallworks, curated by Michael Klein, Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD

FAX, Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

Feedback, curated by Julie Baker, Porter Sesnon Art Gallery, UCSC, Santa Cruz, CA

An Exchange with Sol Lewitt, curated by Regine Basha, Cabinet, Brooklyn, NY and Mass MOCA, North Adams, MA

2010

Next Wave Festival, curated by Daniel Cameron, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, NY

A to B, curated by Micah Lexier, MKG127, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

2008

Some Thing Else, curated by Simone Subal, New York, NY

2007

Art Supernova, curated by Simon Lamuniere, Art Basel Miami, Miami FL

For Example (Andrews, Goldman, Konig), curated by Micah Lexier, Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Cut, Copy, Fold, curated by Kim Beck, Artist's Image Resource, Pittsburgh, PA

The Shape of Things to Come, curated by Marco Antonini, Redhead Gallery, New York, NY

One Stop, curated by Ani Riaboshenko, The Art Caucasus-International Contemporary Art Forum, Tbilisi, Georgia

Biovac, curated by Maximillian Goldfarb, Art Omi Arts Center, Ghent, NY

2006

Burgeoning Geometries, curated by Apsara DiQuinzio, The Whitney Museum of American Art @ Altria, New York, NY

Garden Improvement, curated by Jennifer McGregor, Wave Hill, Bronx, NY

Permanent Adolescence, curated by Mauricio Laffitte-Soler, Cuchifritos, New York, NY

2005

Travel, curated by Sasha Chavchavadze, Proteus Gowanas, Brooklyn, NY

Post No Bills, curated by Matthew Higgs, White Columns, New York, NY

Something Ephemeral, curated by Alix Lambert, Champion Fine Arts, Los Angeles, CA

Merit Badge, curated by Jason Middlebrook, The Compound, Hudson, NY

Wallworks, Traywick Contemporary, Berkeley, CA

2004

Playpen, The Drawing Center, New York, NY

Action Packed, curated by Cedar Lorca Nordbye, Marshall Arts, Memphis, TN

Warts, Robert Birch Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

2003

The Paper Sculpture Show, curated by Mary Ceruti, Matt Freedman and Sina Najafi, SculptureCenter, Queens, NY, travelling

2002

SANS, Apex Art C.P., New York, NY

Room + Board, curated by BFO Projects, Forest City Gallery, London, Ontario, Canada

Group Show, Traywick Gallery, Berkeley, CA

New Views, The Courtyard Gallery, New York, NY

Pretending to Pretend, curated by Jo del Pesco, No Name Exhibitions @ The Soap Factory, Minneapolis, MN

Chapter V, curated by Julie Baranes and Alejandro Cesarco, A.R.T. Inc., New York, NY

Ballpoint Inklings, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA

Majority Rules, curated by Tara McDowell and Letha Wilson, Free Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland

Reactions, Exit Art, New York, NY

2001

R.P.M., curated by Lorelei Stewart, Gallery 400, Chicago, IL

I, Me, My, curated by Alejandro Cesarco, Centro Cultural Molino de Perez, Montevideo, Uraguay

The Brewster Project, curated by Mauricio Laffitte-Soler, Brewster, New York, NY

Beyond City Limits, curated by Alyson Baker, Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens, NY

These Things I Know For Sure, curated by Harrell Fletcher, 69a, San Francisco, CA

2000

Almost, curated by Regine Basha, The Living Room, Los Angeles, CA

White Hot, curated by Regine Basha and Moukhtar Kocache, Smack Mellon Studios, Brooklyn, NY

Some Asslembly Required, curared by Rob Blackson, Longwood Arts Gallery, Bronx, NY

thinline, I space, Chicago, IL

1999

Making Change, curated by Degorah Gar Reichman, The Jewish Museum, San Francisco, CA

If You Build It, They Will Come, curated by Jason Middlebrook, Ramapo College of New Jersey, New Berrie Center for Visual and Performing Arts, Mahwah, NJ

Survivalist, curated by Harrell Fletcher and Mary Tsionges, Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA

Structural Elements, Transamerica Pyramid Lobby, San Francisco, CA

The Self, Absorbed, curated by Brian Wallace, The Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA

Intervistas / Between the Bridges, curated by Lorraine Walsh, Empire-Fulton State Park, Brooklyn, NY

In All the Wong Places, curated by Sylvie Fortin, Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

The Carnegie Institute / Three Rivers Arts Festival, curated by Sara Kellner, Point State Park, Pittsurgh, PA

Horizontal Vertigo, curated by Joan Linder, Rudolph-Poissant Gallery, Houston, TX

Friends and Neighbors, curated by John Tevis, Three Day Weekend, Los Angeles, CA

1998

No Budget, curated by Chris Murray and Kris Berube, 57 Hope, Brooklyn, NY

May 17, 1998, curated by Regine Basha, Christoph Gerozissis and Anton Vidolke, Cold Spring, NY

Relay: Hand, Eye, Other, curated by Stuart Horodner and Sara Kellner, Center Gallery, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA and Hallwalls Inc., Buffalo, NY

Demolition / Construction, curated by Eddie Torres, Longwood Arts Gallery, Bronx, NY

Fold It Into a Box ..., Space 2-D, New York, NY

1997

Killing Time, curated by Paul Ha, White Columns, New York, NY

Fragments of Time, curated by Omar Lopez-Chahoud, Clementine Gallery, New York, NY

Existing Things, curated by Anton Vidolke, Paco das Arts, Sao Paolo, Brazil

Hold It Now ... Hit It, curated by Derek Eller, 498 Court Street, Brooklyn, NY

1996

Untitled, curated by Rhona Hoffman and Irene Siegal, Gallery 312, Chicago, IL

Profiles, Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, IL

1995

Undertow, curated by Alison Ruttan, N.A.M.E., Chicago, IL

Blender, New Works Gallery, Chicago, IL

Current Work, curated by Andrea Hesse, Sesnon Gallery, Santa Cruz, CA

1994

New Directions in the 90's, curated by Maurice Tuchman, Hello Artichoke, Los Angeles, CA

Object, curated by Armando Rascon, Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco, CA

1993

To Excess, curated by Anastasia Shartin, The Victoria Room, San Francisco, CA


Public Projects

ADOPT-LE-FONT, with Paul Benney, Brooklyn, NY, 2008

PARAFONT, Tbilisi, Georgia, 2007

Spruce / Spree, Brooklyn, NY, 2005

Public Fountain, varioius locations, ongoing, 2004

Le Font, various locations, ongoing, 2004

E-Z Maze (Right Angle)©, Portland OR, 2003

Infinitely Intersecting Orbits, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2002

Lend Me a Memory (WFC), New York, NY, 2002

Found Infinities, various locations, ongoing, 2002

Twin Orbits, Brewster, NY, 2001

E-Z Maze (Zig-Zag)©, Queens, NY, 2001

Resilient Shrub, New York, NY, 2000

Chain Link Bench, Brooklyn, NY, 1999

Portrait Project (Ottawa), Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 1999

Downtown Cloister, Pittsburgh, PA, 1999

Sawdust Piece, Cold Spring, NY, 1998

Portrait Project (Lewisburg), Lewisburg, PA, 1998

Portrait Project (Buffalo), Buffalo, NY, 1997

Portrait Project (Chicago), Chicago, IL, 1996


Curatorial Projects

Jeanne Liotta: The Tiffany One-Cuts, Songs for Presidents, Brooklyn, NY, 2016

James Sheehan: at the lek, Songs for Presidents, Brooklyn, NY, 2015

Plantstand, (Kelly Kaczynski, Julia Klein and Nancy Shaver), Songs for Presidents, Brooklyn, NY, 2014

GRIDSPACE, director, curator and founder, Brooklyn, NY, 2010

2 X 3 X 10, (Marsha Cotrell, Matt Harle and James Sheehan), vertexList, Brooklyn, NY, 2009

Making the Making, (25 international artists), Apexart C.P., New York, NY, 2001


Set Design

16 Spells to Charm the Beast, by Lisa D'Amour, HERE Arts Center, New York, NY, 2001

Whatever Happened to Baby John?, by Paul Benny, The Victoria Room, San Francisco, CA, 1993


Public Collections

Art Omi Archive, Ghent, NY

New York Public Library, New York, NY

Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

Norton Family Collection, Los Angeles, CA

Library of Congress, Washington D.C.

Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, WA

Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL

Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, CA


Visiting Artist Lectures

University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, 2016

The Way Station, Brooklyn, NY, 2014

Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, LA, 2009

Parson's School of Design, New York, NY, 2008

New School for Social Research, New York, NY, 2006

Artists Space, New York, NY, 2006

Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, WA, 2004

University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, 2003

Portland Institute of Contemporary Art, Portland, OR, 2003

Cooper Union, New York, NY, 2002

Parsons School of Design, New York, NY, 2002

Council Senior Center, Upper West Side, New York, NY, 2002

Universtiy of Chicago, Chicago, IL, 2001

University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, 2001

California College of Art, San Francisco, CA, 2001

Hunter College, New York, NY, 2000

State University of New York at Fredonia, Fredonia, NY, 2000

Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 1999

Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA, 1999

Fundacion Ludwig de Cuba, Havana, Cuba, 1998

Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA, 1996


Residencies

University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, 2016

Omi International Arts Residency, Omi, NY, 2015

dflux, Detroit, MI, 2014

Art Caucuses, Tbilisi, Georgia, 2007

Civitella Ranieri Center, Umbertide, Italy, 2003

New Views: World Financial Center / L.M.C.C. Residency, New York, NY, 2002

SculptureCenter, New York, NY, 2000

Hallwalls Artist in Residence Program, Buffalo, NY, 2000

The MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, NH, 1999

Acadia Summer Arts Program, Mount Desert Island, ME, 1996


Grants

NYFA (Architecture / Evironmental Structures / Design) Finalist, 2016

John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, 2011

The Canary Project, 40'73', 2008

Artists Space, Independent Project Grant, 2002

In the Public Realm, Proposal Grant, 2000

Graduate Student Travel Grant, 1995

Susan Irwin Benteen Memorial Scholarship, 1990

Chancellor's Undergraduate Award, 1989


Catalogues and Brochures

RE>CRETE>PAMPHLET, an instructional performance document

One Stop: International Art Project, essay by Lydia Matthews

Burgeoning Geometries, essay by Apsara DiQuinzio

Garden Improvement, essay by Jennifer McGregor

Champion: Eight, essay by Joe Donnelly

Drawing Papers 46, produced by The Drawing Center

New Views: World Financial Center, essay by Nuit Banai

Infinitely Intersecting Orbits, essay by David Knowles

Chapter V, essays by Julie Baranes, Alejandro Cesarco and Josh Dubler

Dingercity, essay by Regine Basha

Between Days, essay by Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson

Out of a Hat, essay by Stuart Horodner

Collecting Painting Today, essay by Trevor Fairbrother

48 Hours, text by Harrell Fletcher and Charles Goldman

I, Me, My, essay by Alejandro Cesarco

These Things I Know For Sure, essay by Harrell Fletcher

Making the Making, essay by Charles Goldman

Elsewhere, essay by Tan Lin, interview with Mary Ceruti

Almost, essay by Regine Basha

33 Revolutions Per Minute, essay by Douglas Wolk

Relay Drawings: Eye, Hand, Other, essay by Stuart Horodner

If You Build It, They Will Come, essays by Jason Middlebrook and Jim Supanick

Making Change, essay by Deborah Gar Reichman

Intervistas, essay by Lorraine Walsh

Friends and Neighbors, essay by John Tevis

Fragments in Time, essay by William Stover

Existing Things, essays by Monica Amor, Vitoria Daniela Bousso and Anton Vidolke

Undertow, essay by Tina Wasserman


Publications

NYC Makers Biennial, Jake Yunza, Museum of Art and Design, 2014

The Art Life: On Creativity and Career, Stuart Horodner, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, 2012

Your Standard, Cabinet Magazine, Issue 25, Spring, 2007

Team Standard Drawing, Elk Zine, No. 12, Jocko Weyland, 2006

CTLG, artist's book compiled with Stuart Horodner, P.N.C.A., 2005

The Paper Sculpture Book, artist's book, D.A.P., 2003

American Poem (40 b.p.m.), compact disc, Wanderlust Productions, 2003

Lend Me a Memory, artist's book, The Lower Manhattan Cultural Center, 2002


Periodicals

Paul D'Agostino, "Observations Up and Down", Brooklyn Magazine, June 16, 2016 

Roberta Smith, "Many Hands in Creative Frenzy", The New York Times, July 4, 2014 

Bill Wurtz, "b. wurtz on Charles Goldman", BOMB Magazine, Summer 2008 

Andrea K. Scott, "Burgeoning Geometries", The New York Times, January 5, 2007 

David Grosz, "Unfinished Business", The New York Sun, December 7, 2006 

Lois Allan, "Charles Goldman", Sculpture Magazine, October, 2005 

Micheal Wilson, "Post No Bills", Artforum, October, 2005 

Tim and Frantiska Gillman-Sevcik, "Playpen", Flash Art, October, 2004 

Bridget L. Goodbody, "Playpen: Selections Summer 2004", TimeOut-NY, July 15, 2004 

Brad Atkins, "Everything, Everything, Everything", The Oregonian, Summer, 2004 

Matt Cooper, "Odd Art Show", The Register-Guard, June 8, 2004 

Michael Wilson, "Paper Cuts", Bookforum, Winter, 2003 

Holland Cotter, "The Paper Sculpture Show", The New York Times, September 12, 2003 

Brooke Kamin Rapaport, "Plant Art: Is There Room to Grow?", Sculpture, June, 2003 

Gary Michael Dault, "Charles Goldman at Robert Birch", The Globe and Mail, February 8, 2003 

Thomas Hirschmann, "Infinite Wisdom", NOW, December 19, 2002 

Elizabeth Schambelan, "New Views", artforum.com, December, 2002 

Carol Vogel, "Inside Art; Spaces for Artists", The New York Times, November 1, 2002 

Associated Press, "Artistic Response", The Washinton Post, November 1, 2002 

Robert Mahoney, "Chapter V", TimeOut-NY, August 15, 2002 

Kenneth Baker, "Feeling for art world's elusive funny bone", The San Francisco Chronicle, June 9, 2002 

Kenneth Baker, "Goldman sets limits in Distance Paintings", The San Francisco Chronicle, May 25, 2002 

Walt Giachini, "Send Baker to Florence", The San Francisco Chronicle, May 5, 2002 

Kenneth Baker, "Another layer of meaning", The San Francisco Chronicle, March 31, 2002 

Lisa Stein, "A show about records", The Chicago Tribune, November 23, 2001 

Molino de Perez, "I, Me, My", Arte:01, November, 2001 

Anonymous, "Institutionen", Kunst-Bulletin, October, 2001 

Jacki Spicer, "Putting Trash on a Pedistal", Object Magazine, Number 9, 2001 

Richard Huntington, "A process of aging, a process of creation at Hallwalls", The Buffalo News, October 23, 2000 

Tina Seligman, "Socrates Sculpture Park: Beyond City Limits", Magazine Art, Summer / Fall, 2001 

Roberta Smith, "Creativity Overhead, Underfoot and Even in the Air", The New York Times, July 27, 2001 

Eric Gelber, "Beyond City Limits", Chum, Summer / Fall, 2001 

Michael Risinit, "Project gives interactive role to public", The Journal News, July 27, 2001 

Robert Mahoney, "Making the Making", TimeOut-NY, February 1, 2001 

Kim Levin, "Making the Making", The Village Voice, January 30, 2001 

Ken Johnson, "Making the Making", The New York Times, January 26, 2001 

Anonymous, "Making the Making", The New Yorker, January 22, 2001 

Gerald Mead, "Time Warp and Vinyl", Artvoice, October 19, 2000 

Miwon Kwon, "The Wrong Place", Art Journal, Spring, 2000 

Sue Fishkoff, "Giving Gelt", The Jerusalem Post, December 19, 1999 

Sarah Coleman, "Critic's Choice", S.F. Bay Guardian, October 13, 1999 

Regina Hackett, "'Self, Absorbed' explores old subject in new ways", The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, October 5, 1999 

Eric Fredrickson, "Bio: Art", The Stranger, September 15, 1999 

Robin Updike, "'The Self, Absorbed': artists looking inward", The Seattle Times, September 14, 1999 

Robert Mahoney, "Intervistas: Between the Bridges Outdoor Sculpture Show", TimeOut-NY, August 26, 1999 

Ken Johnson, "A Fertile Garden of Sculptures", The New York Times, August 13, 1999 

Aline Begine, "Quand le passant se projette dans l'artiste", Le Droit, July 10, 1999 

Mary Thomas, "Playful Places", Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, June 30, 1999 

Kim Levin, "Far From the Soil", The Village Voice, June 15, 1999 

Ken Johnson, "Ken Johnson", The New York Times, June 11, 1999 

Calvin Reid, "Arnaldo Morales and Charles Goldman at DeChiara / Stewart", Art in America, June, 1999 

John Judge, "Charles Goldman; Chicago Project Room, Chicago, IL -- De Chiara / Stewart, New York, NY", zingmagazine, Summer, 1999 

Anonymous, "Charles Goldman", The New Yorker, December 15, 1998 

Annie Provo, "On View: Williamsburg, Brooklyn", The New Art Examiner, July / August, 1998 

Fred Camper, "Of Poultry, Planks and Post-Its", The Chicago Reader, April 17, 1998 

Richard Huntington, "One Thing or Another", The Buffalo News, April 15, 1998 

Steve Mumford, "Charles Goldman at Correct Contemporary Exhibitions", Review, December, 1997 

Holland Cotter, "Killing Time", The New York Times, September 12, 1997 

Carla Beecher-Moehn, "Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man", Illinois Quarterly, July / August, 1996 

Maria Porges, "Charles Goldman at Southern Exposure Gallery", Artforum, April, 1996 

Fred Camper, "High Concepts: The Talent of Strangers", The Chicago Reader, March 29, 1996 

Glen Helfand, "Night and Day", S.F. Weekly, January 21, 1994 


Committees

Advisory Board, Apex Art C.P., New York, NY, 2001-10

Artist Advisory Committee, SculptureCenter, New York, NY, 2001-08

Exhibition Committee, Gallery 400, Chicago, IL, 1994-96


Teaching Experience

Visiting Artist, UMASS, Amherst, MA, 2016

Visiting Artist, SUNY / Albany, NY, 2014

Part-Time Faculty, Parson's School of Design, New York, NY, 2007-ongoing

Visiting Artist, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 2007, 2011

Visiting Faculty, Callifornia College of Art, San Francisco, CA, 2004-05

Visiting Faculty, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, 2003-04

Teen Program, Walker Arts Center, Minneapolis, MN, 2001

Visiting Artist, Art Department, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, 2001

Visiting Artist, Universtiy of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, 2001

Visiting Artist, California College of Arts and Crafts, San Francisco, CA, 2001

Artist in Residence, Clinton School for Writers and Artists, 2001

Visiting Artist, Architecture Department, Parsons School of Art and Design, 2001

Visiting Artist, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 2007, 2011

Visiting Artist, Architecture Department, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, 2000

Arts Instructor, Dia Center for the Arts, New York, NY, 2000 - present

Arts Instructor, 92nd Street Y, New York, NY, 2000 - present

Teen Program, Hallwalls Inc., Buffalo, NY, 2000

Arts Instructor, Studio in a School, New York, NY, 1996 - 2000

Visiting Faculty, Rutgers Universtiy, Newark, NJ, 2000-01

Sculpture Instructor, Universtiy of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, 1994 - 1996

Video Instructor, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, 1996

Drawing Instructor, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, 1995

Art Director, The Peninsula Jewish Community Center, Belmont, CA, 1993