Curatorial collective: (alphabetical order): Craig Campbell (UT Austin), Kate Hennessy (SFU), and Fiona P. McDonald (UC London), Trudi Lynn Smith (SFU/UVic); Stephanie Takaragawa (Chapman U):
2019 (forthcoming) Ethnographic Terminalia. Vancouver, BC.
2016 The Photo Essay is Dead, Long Live The Photo Essay! Annual Meetings of the American Anthropology Association, 2016 Minneapolis MN Thursday, November 17, 2016 9:00-4:00.
2015 Aeolian Politics.”Emmanuel Gallery, Denver CO. November 15-20, 2015. Exhibition presented and developed by Ethnographic Terminalia with Dominic Boyer and Cymene Howe, Rice University. http://ethnographicterminalia.org/
2014 “Ethnographic Terminalia. The Bureau of Memories: Archives and Ephemera.” Hierarchy Gallery, Washington D.C. December 1-7, 2014.
2013 “Ethnographic Terminalia: Collaboration, Art, Anthropology.” The Arts Incubator in Washington Park. Chicago, IL. Nov. 18-22 2013.
2013 “Ethnographic Terminalia presents Zoe Bray, Seeing Ethnography.” Mead Dialogues Margaret Mead Film Festival, Museum of Natural History, NYC.
2012 “Ethnographic Terminalia: Audible Observatories.” SOMArts; Alley Cat Gallery; Distributed works. San Francisco, CA. Nov. 14-19 2012.
2011 “Ethnographic Terminalia: Field, Studio, Lab.” Eastern Bloc Centre for New Media and Interdisciplinary Art, Montreal, QC. Nov.15-19 2011. Including a public conversation with Phillip Monk and curator Emelie Chhangur (Art Gallery of York University).
2010 “Ethnographic Terminalia.” DuMois Gallery, New Orleans, LA. Nov. 11-Dec. 3 2010. Exhibit included the work of over 25 international artists working at the intersection of art and anthropology.
April 2005 – January 2006
“Rockies Through the Lens of Time” Library and Archives Canada. Ottawa, ON. Exhibit to represent Alberta’s Centenary celebration (with Library Archives Canada curators based on the exhibition Vantage Points).
Vantage Points: Scientific Photography in Jasper National Park Jasper Yellowhead Museum and Archives, Jasper, AB. Winner of the Jasper Heritage Tourism Award.