Shrew'd: The Smart and Sassy Survey of American Women Artists. Sheldon Museum of Art, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, February 12–May 9, 2010.
Sheldon’s biennial invitational exhibition concentrated on the work of American women artists who use aesthetic media to question social norms of representation in art, popular culture, and everyday life. Works from Renee Cox, Kim Dingle, Alma Lopez, Catherine Opie, Deborah Kass, Martha Rosler, Carrie Mae Weems, Mickalena Thomas, Delilah Montoya, and Philemona Williamson were included in the exhibition and acquired into the Museum's permanent collection.
I performed exhibition research and served as a contact person for all loans and acquisitions pursued by Sheldon in relation to Shrew'd. I also contributed to the development and implementation of its marketing strategies, and assisted with all related programming, which included onsite lectures given by artists Dingle, Weems, and Rosler.
Carrie Mae Weems. Kitchen Table Series. 1987–1992. Photographed as installed at the Sheldon Museum of Art, Lincoln, 2010.