1979        MFA, University of Maryland, College Park, MD
1975-76  Princeton University, Directed Study with Lucio Pozzi and Joan Snyder
1975        BA, University of California at Berkeley


2014        Arts Council of Fairfax County Strauss Artist Grant                                                   2010        Jentel Artist Residency Award
2009        Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center Artist Residency Award
2008        Myrthine & Louis Memorial Prize for Installation, the National Academy Museum,                   NY, NY
2008        Distinguished Alumnus Award, Arts and Humanities, University of Maryland
2006        American Academy of Arts and Letters Award
2005        Joan Mitchell Foundation Award
2005        Benesse Award (Japan)
2004        Franz & Virginia Bader Foundation Grant
2001        Virginia Museum Professional Fellowship
2000        Virginia Commission of Arts Individual Grant
1995        Mid Atlantic/NEA Regional Visual Arts Fellowship
1994        Virginia Commission of Arts Inidividual Grant
1993        Salzburg Kunstlerhaus Artist Residency Grant, Virginia Center for Creative Arts
1990        Virginia Prize
1988        Virginia Museum Professional Fellowship
1986        Visual Arts Residency Grant, Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation
1985        Virginia Museum Professional Fellowship
1982        Fellowship, Virginia Center for Creative Arts


2015        Wall Mural on 20’x30′ wall with hand cast resin with LED light behind,                                       Rockville, MD                                                                                                                                      2012       “Autopoiesis” hand cast resin sculptures over 128’x 10′, Washington, DC

2007        Metal work for South Corridor Light Rail Project, Charlotte, NC
2003        Wall Mural, consisting 8 patinated bronze forms at the New Washington Convention Center
1999        Wall Mural, 14′x27′, consisting 28 patinated bronze forms at Concourse T, Hartsfield International
Airport, Atlanta, Georgia; Commissioned by City of Atlanta, Department of Aviation, GA
1988        Wall Mural, 9′x32′, consisting 41 patinated bronze forms located at 7475 Wisconsin Avenue, Bethesda,
MD, Sponsored by JBG Associates

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS                                                                                                                     2016     Howard Scott Gallery, New York, NY                                                                                             2015      Figge Art Museum, Davenport, Iowa                                                                                           2014     Adamson Gallery, Washington, DC                                                                                        2011       Howard Scott Gallery, New York, NY
2010      Towson University, Asian Gallery, Towson, MD
2009      Daryl Reich Rubenstein Gallery, The Kogod Center for the Arts, Sidwell                                        Friends                                                                                                                                                 2008       Adamson Gallery, Washington, DC
2007       University of Maryland Gallery, College Park, MD (September-December)
2007       Koplin Del Rio Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (March)
2005       Numark Gallery, Washington, DC (November)
2005       Palo Alto Art Center, California (June-September)
2005       Open Square, Holyoke, MA (March-May)
2005       Howard Scott Gallery, New York, NY (January)
2004       Gallery NAF, Nagoya, Japan (November)
2003       Numark Gallery, Washington, DC (April)
2003       Le Roy Neiman Gallery, Columbia University, New York, NY (February)
2002       Sheehan Gallery, Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington (September)
2002       Koplin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (April-June)
2002       Suyama Space, Seattle, Washington (January-April)
2001       Delaware Center for Contemporary Art, Delaware (June)
2000       ”Poetic License” Hand Workshop Art Center, Richmond, VA (September)
2000       Emon Gallery, Japan (April)
1999       Numark Gallery, Washington, DC
1999       Koplin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1997       Museum Haus Kasuya, Kanagawa, Japan
1997       Emon Gallery, Nagoya, Japan
1996       Koplin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1996       Sawhill Gallery, James Madison University, VA
1995       Baumgartner Gallery, Washington, DC
1994       Penine Hart Gallery, New York, NY
1994       Koplin Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
1993       Baumgartner Galleries, Inc., Washington, DC
1993       Middle Tennessee University, TN
1993       Emerson Gallery, McLean Project for the Arts, McLean, VA
1992       SECCA (Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art), Winston-Salem, NC
1992       Inax Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
1991       Koplin Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
1990       Middendorf Gallery, Washington, DC
1990       Penny Campbell, Newport Beach, CA
1989       Penine Hart Gallery, New York, NY
1989       Middendorf Gallery, Washington, DC
1987       Middendorf Gallery, Washington, DC
1986       SECCA (Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art), Winston-Salem, NC
1984       Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC
1984       Gallery K, Washington, DC


2014      “K@20” Kreeger Museum 20th Anniversary Exhibition, Kreeger Museum,                    Washington, DC                                                                                                                                        2013      American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center, Washington, DC

2012       “Nature’s Toolbox: Biodiversity, Art and Invention”,  Field Museum, Chicago, IL
2011       “Unison/Washington Artists”, Kreeger Museum, Washington, DC
2010       “Cocoran Collection from 1945” Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
2008       “The Missing Peace: Artists & Dali Lama”, Daikanyama Hillside Terrace, Tokyo, Japan
2007       Riverside Museum, CA
2008        “The Missing Peace: Artists & Dali Lama”, Daikanyama Hillside Terrace, Tokyo, Japan (catalogue)
2007        Riverside Museum, CA
2007        “The Missing Peace: Artists & Dali Lama”, Rubin Museum of Art, NY (catalogue)
2006        “The Missing Peace: Artists & Dali Lama”, Fowler Museum, UCLA (catalogue)
2005        Southwest School of Art & Craft Museum, (Two person), San Antonio, TX
2005        “Soft Opening”, American University Museum in Katzen Art Center, Washington, DC
2005        Ise Contemporary Art Museum, Japan (One person), (January-April)
2004        Kanagawa Modern Art Museum, Japan (One person), (August-October) (catalogue)
2004        Schneider Museum of Art, Southern Oregon University, Ashland, Oregon (March) (catalogue)
2004        Korler Art Center in Wisconsin
2003        Corcoran Gallery of Art’s Collection, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
2002        “American Spectrum: Smith College Museum of Art Collection” (catalogue, audio)
2002        Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY, (June-September)
2002        Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ (February-September)
2002        Memorial Art Gallery of University of Rochester, Rochester, NY (October-January)
2001        Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA (June-September)
2001        The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX (March-May)
2001        Norton Museum of Fine Art, West Palm Beach, FL (October-January)
2000        National Academy Museum, New York, NY (June-September)
2000        Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College, Iowa (February-April)
1993        “Karesansui-Art of Peaceful Contemplation”, Riverside Art Museum, CA (catalogue)
1993        “Off the Mall: Inside Washington’s Foremost Art Galleries, The Art Museum of the Organizational
American States”, Washington, DC
1992        “Recent Acquisitions: Works on Paper”, National Museum of American Art, Washington, DC
1992        “Mono ni / Mono to: Artists Today”, Yokohama Citizens Gallery, Yokohama, Japan (catalogue)
1991        “Smith Collects: Contemporary Paintings and Sculpture from the Alumnae Collection”, Smith College
Museum of Art, MA (catalogue)
1990        The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Traveling Exhibition, Japan (catalogue)
1990        The Museum, Tokyo Bunka Mura, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
1990        Kanagawa Modern Art Museum, Kamakura, Japan
1990        Sapporo Tokyu, Hokkaido, Japan
1990        Tenjin Iwate, Fukuoka, Japan
1990        Umeda Daimaru, Osaka
1990        Nagano Tokyu, Nagano, Japan
1990        Hiroshima Museum of Fine Arts, Hiroshima, Japan
1990        Matsusakaya Museum of Fine Arts, Nagoya
1990        “Common/Uncommon Ground”, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, VA (catalogue)
1988        “Group Show” organized by the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, The Deutsch-Amerikanishces
Institut in Regensburg, Germany (catalogue)
1987        “Avant-Garde in the 80s”, Los Angeles County Museum, Los Angeles, CA (catalogue)
1986        “American Experience: Contemporary Immigrant Artists”, the Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies,
Philadelphia, PA and Lakeview Museum of Arts and Sciences, Peoria, IL (catalogue)
1986        “1985-86 VCCA Touring Art Exhibit”, Bayly Museum, Charlottesville, VA
1986        Twentieth Century Gallery, Williamsburg, VA
1986        The Mash Gallery, University of Richmond, VA
1986        Roanoke Museum, Roanoke, VA
1986        Maier Museum, Randolph-Macon Women’s College, Lynchburg, VA
1986        Athanaeum Museum, Ashland, VA
1986        Virginia Beach Arts Center, Virginia Beach, VA
1985        “The American Artist: Immigrant Experience 1930-1985″, Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, FL
1985        “Washington Show”, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC (catalogue)
1984        “Content, Contemporary Focus, 1974-84″, Hirshhorn 10th Anniversary Exhibition, Hirshhorn Museum
and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC (catalogue)


2012       “Four Perspectives: Becoming MPA”, Mclean Project for the Arts, VA
2010       “Catalyst, 35 years of Washington Project for the Arts”, American University Museum, DC
2010       “WPA auction”, American University Katzen Art Center, Washington, DC
2010       “On/Off the Grid”  Irvine Contemporary Art, Washington, DC
2009       ‘from sketchbook to suspension” , Mitchell Gallery, St. John’s College, Annapolis, MD
2008       “ManMade” East Gallery, Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA
2008       The 183rd Annual:  An Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary American Art, National Academy
Museum & School of Fine Arts, NY, NY

SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS                                                                                                                 University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas (2014)

The Museum of Modern Art, Kanagawa, Japan (2004)
Ise Contemporary Art Museum, Japan (2003)
United States of America’s Embassy in Abu Dhabi (2002)
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC (1999)
Corcoran Gallery of Art (2002)
National Museum of American Art, Washington, DC (1990)
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC (1990)
Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, MA (1989(
Microsoft Corporation (2004)
Prudential Insurance (1999)
KPMG Peat Marwich, Washington, DC (1997)
Other private institutions


2016     Peter Plagens, “A Minimalist Heaven, Electrified Romanticism and Handsome Ovals,” The Wall Street Journal, March 14, 2016
2014     Shigeko Borg, “Yuriko Yamaguchi in  Washington, DC”, , Sakura, Japanese Kyodou Tsushinsha, June 7, 2014
2014      Mark Jenkins, “Interconnected’,  Washington Post, June 7, 2014
2014      Louis Jacobson, “Yuriko Yamaguchi’s Mixed-Media Clouds at Adamson Gallery, Best of DC, City Paper, April 25, 2014
2014      Michael O’Sulivan, “K@20 commemorates the Kreeger Museum’s 20th anniversary with works from local contemporary artists”, March 14, 2014
2014      Patricia J. Graham, “Japanese Design”, PG. 63, “Color Potency”

2011       Robert Morgan, “Yuriko Yamaguchi at Howard Scott Gallery,” Asian Art News, Vol.21 Num6, Nov/Dec
2011       Janet Koplos, “Yuriko Yamaguchi, Howard Scott,” Art in America,  Nov. 2011
2011       Rob Jordan, “Fragile Connection”, Sculpture Magazine, Pg50-55, May issue
2008       Chloe Popescu, “ A hidden MASTER”,  Hatchet,  September 11, 2008
2008        Michael Laris, “Artist Untangles Roots of Creativity”, Washington Post, May 30
2008        Aneta Georgievska-Shine, “Yuriko Yamaguchi”, Art US Issue 21
2007        Blake Gopnik, “She Just Felt It In Her Bones”, Washington Post, October 14
2007        Michael O’Sullivan, “The Quiet Pull of the ‘Bader Fund’ Show”, Washington Post, January 12
2005        Dan R. Gooddard, “‘Floating’ Worlds Occupy Gallery Space”, San Antonio Express News, November
2005        Nord Wennesrstom, “Critics Picks: Washington, DC/ Yuriko Yamaguchi”, Art Forum, November
2005        Jessica Dawson, “Come On In, The Installation’s Fine”, Washington Post, November 19
2005        Susan Bear, “Painting the town: Washington artists create important works, but often they are better
known elsewhere than here at home. Here’s a look at five of the city’s most renowned.”
Washingtonian, October
2005        Jack Fischer, “Natural Acts”, San Jose Mercury, July 3
2005        Yoko Morihiro, “People: Sculptor Yuriko Yaaguchi”, Hokubeimainichi, July 2
2005        “Works by Nikkei Artists at Palo Alto Art Center”, Hokubeimainichi, June 17
2004        “My Favorite Things: From Shape to Shape, Yuriko Yamaguchi, Metamorphosis #95, 98, 99, 97, 101″,
Geiyutsu Shinchou
2004        “Kanji Wakae, Yuriko Yamaguchi: Two Veterans Who Reflect on Our Cultures”, Yomiuri Shinbun
2004        Haruo Mita, “Today’s Artists IX Kanji Wakae, Yuriko Yamaguchi”, Mainichi Shinbun, September 6
2004        Kousei Katsura, “Expressing Life Cycle”, Kanagawa Shinbun, September 2
2004        Fujio Yagyuu, “Art Critique of Kanagawa”, Bunka, September 3
2003        Paula Owen, “Quotidian Practice, Inordinate Content”, Art Lies 40, Fall 2003
2003        Sarah Tanguy, “Washington, DC Yuriko Yamaguchi, Numark Gallery”, Sculpture, December
2003        Joe Shannon, “Yuriko Yamaguchi at Numark”, Art in America, September
2003        Jessica Dawson, “Yamaguchi’s Tangled ‘Web’, Ensnaring the Imagination”, The Washington Post,
May 29
2003        Joanna Shaw Eagle, “Yamaguchi’s ‘Web’, Numark installation evokes life’s changes”, The
Washington Times, May 24
2002        “Artist Yuriko Yamaguchi’s show to open at Sheehan Gallery”, Marquee, August 28-September 4
2002        Galleries, Koplin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Los Angeles Times, May 30
2002        Kazuko Nakane, “Installation by Yuriko Yamaguchi”, International Examiner
2002        Sheila Farr, “Yuriko Yamaguchi spins a web of poetic sculptures”, Seattle Times, February 15
2001        R. B. Strauss, “July brings no slowdown at DCCA”, Art Matters, July
2001        Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts, Sunday News Journal, June 24
2001        “Delaware art center offers variety of exhibits”, Greenvillage Community News, July 17
2001        Gary Mullinax, “Begin picture-perfect exhibitions tour at DCCA”, Sunday News Journal, July 15
2000        Deborah McLeod, “Memorable Achievements”, Style Weekly, December 26
2000        Jiso Komuro, “Yuriko Yamaguchi”, JIS Newsletter
2000        “Yuriko Yamaguchi: Georgia on My Mind”, Atlanta, GA Sculpture, November
2000        Jenny Ramirez, “Visual Poetry”, Style Weekly, October 10
2000        Roy Proctor, “Some smile-producing thought provocative pieces,” Richmond Times, October 8
2000        Shoichi Inoue, Art Exhibitions Commentary, Summer
2000        Joanna Shaw Eagle, “Divergent Artistic Views Emerge as Group at Numark”, The Washington Times,
July 15
2000        Sarah Tanguy, “Yuriko Yamaguchi”, Numark Gallery, Sculpture, May
2000        Shoji Inoue, “Yuriko Yamaguchi’s Exhibition”, Chunichi Shinbun, April 24
2000        Listed in Who’s Who American and in Women Who’s Who American
1999        Ferdinand Protzman, “The Form of a Question: Yuriko Yamaguchi’s Enigma Variations”, The
Washington Post, September 16
1999        Joanna Shaw Eagle, “Metamorphosis, Changing as Cycles of Life Progress”, The Washington Times,
September 18
1999        Scarlet Cheng, “Yuriko Yamaguchi: Koplin Gallery, Los Angeles”, Art News, July
1997        Carol L. Struve, “Metamorphosis/Fragments”, Herter Art Gallery, University of Massachusetts
1997        Katsumoto Ishizaki, “Yuriko Yamaguchi’s Case: Sora Kakeru Hakubutsukan”, Lady’s Slipper,
1997        Shoji Inoue, “The Mysetrious Atmosphere Resembling the Tribal Ceremony, The Arrangement which
Intercommunicates the Human Spirit with Animal World”, Chunichi Shinbun, May 8
1996        Peter Frank, “Art Picks of the Week: Max Weber, Keith Sonnier, Yuriko Yamaguchi”, LA Weekly,
August 16
1995        Gordon Lubold, “Artist Striving for Common Ground: Giving Form to Her Vision”, The Vienna Times,
January 26
1995        Ferdinand Protzman, “Yamaguchi, Looking for the Essentials”, The Washington Post, November 25
1995        Ferdinand Protzman, “Sculpture Shows that Break the Mold”, The Washington Post, October 7
1995        Jura Koncius, “Creative Seating Plans”, Washington Home (cover), Washington Post, June 8
1994        John Dorsey, “Schemata Exhibit is Thoughtful and Satisfying”, Baltimore Sun, September 5
1994        Eugenia E. Skarstrom, “Artists Equity Symposium: Four Artists Four Elements”, Washington Artist
News, Summer
1993        Jean L. Cohen, “Yuriko Yamaguchi”, Art News, September
1993        Jeff Fleming, “Accounts Southeast: Yuriko Yamaguchi”, SECCA, December-February
1993        Eric Gibson, “Sculptural Thought in Yamaguchi’s Exhibit”, The Washington Times, March 25
1993        Brigitte Lindner, “Kunstlerin aus USA in Gastaelier/Artist in Residnece”, Stadkultur, May
1993        Mary McCoy, “Yamaguchi’s Meditations on Life”, The Washington Post, May 29
1993        Tom Patterson, “SECCA Shows Contemplative Mood”, Winston-Salem Journal, January 10
1993        Paulette Roberts-Pullen, “Hands on Experience”, Style Week, January 26
1993        Paul Ryan, “Touch: Beyond the Visual”, Art Papers, October
1993        Margaret Shearin, “In Search of Divine Mysteries”, Style Magazine, January 13
1993        Rex Weil, “Bad Mother: Yuriko Yamaguchi at the Baumgartner Galleries”, Washington City Paper,
March 26
1993        Jane Wilson, “Sculpture’s Springtime Mutations”, The Washington Post, March 20
1992        “Visual Poem about Nature on the Wall”, Asahi Shinbun, January 11
1992        “Yuriko Yamaguchi Exhibition”, Mainichi Shinbun, January 10
1992        “Yuriko Yamaguchi”, Ryusei, March
1992        “Artists Today Exhibition”, Yomiuri Shinbun, December 1
1992        “The 28th Artists Today Exhibition: Questions in Contemporary Issues”, Art, December
1992        “Various Issue Consciousness, Artists Today Exhibition”, Mainichi Shinbun, December 1
1992        “Exhibitions Disclosing the Newest Contemporary Art Expressions”, Art Weekly (Japan), November
1992        “Matured Issue Consciousness”, Tokyo Shinbun, November 27
1992        Leza Lowiz, “Turning the Tables: Two Original Artists”, Asahi Evening News, January 16
1992        Martha McWilliams, “Getting Back to Abstracts”, The Washington City Paper, August 21
1992        Akihika Takami, “Yuriko Yamaguchi, Inax Gallery, Tokyo”, Bijutsu Techo, April
1992        Chikako Tanaba, “Water, Earth, Air, Fire #2″, Nikkei Monthly Image Card, April
1992        Janet Wilson, “Revered Earth at Watkens Art Gallery and Franklin Square”, The Washington Post,
February 22
1992        Toshio Yamanashi, “Toward Things/With Things: Transformation of the Relationship Between Human
Beings and Physical Matter”, The 28th Artists Today Exhibition, November-December
1992        Michael Welzenbach, “Women’s Art Without an Agenda”, The Washington Post, February
1992        Otto E. Eskin, “Without a Sculpture Exhibition”, Baumgartner Galleries, Washington, DC, Sculpture,
1992        Patrick Finnigan, “Star Search”, Museum & Arts Washington, September-October
1992        Eric Gibson, “Wall Based Sculpture Exhibition Stands Tall”, The Washington Times, November 22
1992        J. W. Mahoney, “Sculptural Languages of Power”, Sculpture, May-June
1992        John Strand, “Four Sculptors at Addison/Ripley”, The Washington Post, November 10
1992        Michael Welzenbach, “Yamaguchi: Wisdom in Wood, At Middendorf, Subtle Slice of Nature”, The
Washington Post, June 23
1989        Lee Fleming, “Nature’s Calling”, City Paper, April 7, 1989
1989        Mohka Laget, “Yuirko Yamaguchi, Middendorf Gallery”, New Art Examiner, Summer
1989        Jo Ann Lewis, “Yamaguchi’s Distinctive Vocabulary”, The Washington Post, April 8
1989        Terry Parmelee, “Yuriko Yamaguchi, New York”, Eye Wash, April
1989        Wray Punch, “Bethesda’s New Direction”, Museum & Arts Washington, November-December
1989        Florence Rubinfield, “Close Encounters”, Museum & Arts Washington, March-April
1989        Mary Swift, “Colden Florance/Architect”, Washington Review, June-July
1988        Daniel Barbiero, “ACC Ten, Arlington Art Center”, New Art Examiner, January
1988        Lenore Miller, “Arlington Art Center: Tenth Anniversary Exhibition Part II”, Washington Review,
1987        Daniel Barbiero, “Yuriko Yamaguchi, Middendorf Gallery”, New Art Examiner, June
1987        Marlena Donahue, “Avant-Garde in the Eighties”, Sculpture, September-October
1987        Pamela Dessler, “A Show of Hands”, The Washington Post, December 12
1987        Paul Richard, “Yuriko Yamaguchi at Middendorf Gallery”, The Washington Post, March 21
1987        Alice Thorson, “Galleries”, The Washington Times, March 19
1986        Joanna Shaw Eagle, “The Fine Art of Developing Bethesda”, New Art Examiner, November
1986        Margaret Truman, “Murder in Georgetown”, Arbor House
1985        Nicolas Coleman, “Who’s Buying, Who’s Selling”, The Washington Post, September
1985        Benjamin Forgey, “Neighborly Salute the the New”, The Washington Post, June 29
1985        Jo Ann Lewis, “WPA Auction”, The Washington Post, November 9
1985        Jo Ann Lewis, “New Talent”, The Washington Post, November 9
1985        J. W. Mahoney, “New Talent”, New Art Examiner, October
1985        Ann Schecter, “Addison Shows Uniqueness of Ten Artists”, Lowell Sun, October
1985        Linda Thern Smith, “An Interview with Washington Sculptor Yuriko Yamaguchi”, Washington Review,
1985        Joanna Shaw Eagle, “Poems on the Wall”, Washington Post, July 9
1985        Roberta Smith, “Endless Meaning at the HIrshhorn”, Art Forum, April 1985
1984        Jane Addams Allen, “Three Young Sculptors Show their Best”, The Washington Times


-Artist’s talk at Figge Art Museum, Davenport, Iowa  2015

–  A Key Note Speaker at Tri State Sculpture Conference, Towson University, Towson, MD, 2010 (Oct.)
– Artist’s talk at Hirshhorn Museum and Scupture Garden, Washington, DC 2010 (Sept)
– Slides talk at Sydwell Friends School auditorium, Washington, DC 2009 (Oct.)
– Panel discussion at the Mitchell Gallery, St. John’s College, Annapolis, MD 2009 (May)
– Panel discussion at the Mitchell Gallery, St. John’s College, Annapolis, MD, 2009 May)
– Dialogue with Rex Weill that is in conjunction with the exhibit “Interdigitate”, University of Maryland Gallery,
2007 (October)
– Panel discussion at the National Japanese American Museum, Los Angeles, CA, 2007 (May)
– Gallery talk at Palo Alto Art Center, Palo Alto, California, 2005 (June)
– Museum talk at the Museum of Modern Art, Kamakura, Kanagawa, Japan, 2004 (August)
– Museum talk at Schneider Museum of Art, South Oregon University, 2004 (March)
– Slides talk at Robinson Secondary School, Fairfax, VA 2003 (August)
– Slides and gallery talk at Sheehan Gallery, Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington, 2002 (September)
– Slides talk at Kreeger Museum, 2002 (May)
– Gallery talk at Koplin Gallery, 2002 (April)