Curator Ashley Stull Meyers will speak about conflicts of the curatorial within the space of the artist residency and various strategies for exhibiting process transparently. Examining projects 100 Boots: A Continuing Narrative, Mutables, and Torrent Tea as examples of exhibition culled from research ephemera, Stull Meyers will connect this production to her current work at Portland, OR artist residency c3:initiative, and the Walter Phillips exhibition, Impulses.
Ashley Stull Meyers is a writer, editor and curatorial collaborator. She has curated exhibitions and programming for the Wattis Institute (San Francisco), The Luggage Store (San Francisco), the Oakland Museum of California (Oakland), and Newspace Center for Photography (Portland, OR). She is a recurring contributor to DailyServing, The Exhibitionist and Arts.Black, and has written for Bomb Magazine, Rhizome, and SFAQ/NYAQ. She has been in academic residency at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art (Omaha, NE) and most recently was an adjunct professor at Wichita State University (Wichita, KS). Stull Meyers currently serves the Artist in Residency program at c3:initiative. She is based in Portland, Oregon.