I’m invited to give a talk as Visiting Curator and to give studio visits to students at St. Cloud University. March, 2019.
Off to the Alliance for Artist Communities conference in Philadelphia (Oct. 2018).
I graduated with another Masters degree–this time in curatorial practice in performance from Wesleyan University. June, 2018).
I've accepted the position of artistic director at The Soap Factory. June 1, 2018. Read about it here at Artforum.
Dream Truth and Dream Reasoning Not Always Straight Forward video officially selected for the Everyday Arias Festival in London. November, 2017.
Dream Truth and Dream Reasoning Not Always Straight Forward is included in the "Cryin' Out Loud" exhibition at the Center for Contemporary Art Santa Fe. (April 2017)
I’m traveling to Wesleyan University for a convening of the Institute for Curatorial Practice in Performance. March, 2016.
My artwork included in Darger HQ Presents: Lingua Franca at the Marxhausen Gallery, Concordia University. Opens November 14, 2016.
My artwork discussed in this new release by Routledge Press. My work on the cover. Thank you Sujata Iyengar for the thoughtful consideration of my work. Loomba, A. (Ed.), Sanchez, M. (Ed.). (2016). Rethinking Feminism in Early Modern Studies. London: Routledge.
I'm jurying the InLight Richmond 2016 site-specific and block-wide exhibition of light-based work and performance for 1708 Gallery (Nov 2016).
I’m attending the Alliance for Artist Communities conference in Portland, OR. (Oct., 2016).
Off to upstate NY for the Creative Capital retreat - happy to serve as a consultant to their grantees. July 28 - 31, 2016.
Off to SAIC - School of Art Institute Chicago as a visiting curator to visit with the Performance Department MFAs, behold the InTime Performance Festival and more. May 2016.
So proud to announce Liveness Is Critical, a performance-focused residency I conceived of in order to get various disciplines in the room together talking about performance. 2016 Residents: Travis Chamberlain, Denise Chapman, Shoni Currier, Emily Johnson, Abigail Levine, Daniel Sack, and Juliana Snapper. April 27 - May 6, 2016.
I’ve been added to the Artist Parent Index. It’s a free, online, searchable database of artists, exhibits, and resources exploring reproduction and care-taking. January, 2016.
Off to New Circuits: Curating Performance conference at the Walker Art Center, September, 2015.
I’m grateful that Recollecting Performance written about by Jennie Klein. “Social Practice Then and Now.” PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art, MIT Press. 37: 2, (PAJ 110), pp. 103-110 (May 2015)
I really cherish the experience as a panelist for the National Endowment for the Arts, June, 2015.
Happy to see my contribution to the Gallery Tally Project travel to the New Mexico Museum of Art in Looking Forward Looking Back, 2015.
Off to Chicago to the opening of Gallery Tally Project of which I was a part, at Woman Made Gallery. May 15, 2013.
I served as artistic director for residency programs at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art in Omaha, Nebraska! 2015-2017.
Away to the CAA conference in NYC. I'm on this panel Balancing Act 2: Art, Family and other Distractions. February 13, 2015.
Off to Middletown, CT for a field-wide convening at the Institute for Curatorial Practice in Performance (ICPP), Wesleyan University. July 2014.
I'm being mentored through Portland Emerging Arts Leaders (PEAL), affiliated with the Emerging Leaders Network; a program of Americans for the Arts. 2014-2015.
Off to Montreal for ACAQ Arts Curators Association of Quebec's Symposium, April 2014.
I'm in this exhibition! Complicated Labors: Feminism, Maternity, and Creative Practice, Sesnon Gallery, UC Santa Cruz, Feb., 2014. Reception February 5, 5:00-7:00pm.
My project Some Dreams Contain Dead Time, presented at The Center for the Art of Performance, UCLA! on the Royce Hall Stage, 8pm, October 7th, 2013.
I’m the Artist in Residence, The Center for the Art of Performance, UCLA, Los Angeles! 2013.
Occupy The Museum! Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art, Sept. - Nov., 2013.
Diving into PICA's TBA Festival in Portland! Sept. 2013.
Off to Stanford University for the Performance Studies International symposium! June 2013.
Hey! I interviewed Senga Nengudi! Mar. 2013.
Interview with Bree Davies for Westword, “Artist Ellina Kevorkian on taking the academia out of art and growing up a Gilman Street punk” . 2013.
Feminist Bloggers, Panelist, Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, Mar. 28, 2013.
SELECTED WORKS Video Screening, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Mar. 3, 2013.
Colloquy: Parenthood in the Art World, Panelist, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Mar. 3, 2013.
violetagainstwomen.tumblr.com opens, Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, December, 2012 - January, 2014.
Write up in the LA Weekly by Carol Cheh.
1 Image 1 to Minute at For Your Art to celebrate 15 years of X-Tra Magazine, Oct. 9, 2012.
Fix It Up Too: SASSAS curated benefit exhibition. Blum and Poe, LA, Sept. 15th, 2012, 11am-6pm.
Curatorial Exchange: I Hate You/ I Love You. Curated by Micol Hebron. Group exhibition at Irvine Fine Arts Center, Irvine, CA, Reception: Saturday, Sept. 8, 2012, 5-8pm.
Separation Anxiety, Pelham Art Center, NY, 2012
Recollecting Performance reviewed at Hyperallergic. Nov 4, 2011.
Interviewed by Tremolo Productions for the Getty Research Institute (GRI) archives, 2012.
Write up by Sharon Mizota for The Los Angeles Times. October 11, 2011
Radio Interview with Mark Pally for KUSC, November, 2011.
Performing Beyond Hollywood: the History of Performance Art in Los Angeles, Art Platform Los Angeles, October 4, 2011. Panelist with Eleanor Antin and Liz Glynn, moderated by Carol Stakenas.
Recollecting Performance opens at LACE Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Pacific Standard Time, September 27, 2011 to January 29, 2012.
Cheh, Carol. Pastelegram Magazine. Review of Los Angeles Goes Live: Performance Art in Southern California 1970-1983 at LACE. November 20, 2011.
Plagens, Peter, The Wall Street Journal. “Laying Claim to Its Place in the Sun.” October 13, 2011
Hebron, Micol. “Separation Anxiety,” ArtPulse Magazine, April, 2011
Rosenbaum, Lara. “Your Better Lunch Break Today: Free World Film Premiere at Salt Lake Art Center,” Salt Lake Magazine (September 8, 2010) blog