Alumni Achievements

Dr. Kalia Brooks

  • Curatorial Contribution: Legacy of Lynching: Confronting Racial Terror in America at the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery at Haverford College, October 26-December 16, 2018

  • Panel: AMBUSHED: Pussy Grabs Back Y'all: Female Exhibitionism in Art and Performance at the SECAC Conference, University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL, October 2018

  • Curated: "What You Learn While You’re Here," Pratt Institute Selected MFA Show, New York, April 2017

  • Co-Curated: "Perpetual Revolution: The Image and Social Change", International Center of Photography Museum, January - May 2017

  • Curated:" City at Work", New York City Hall, New York, December 2016

  • Curated: "New York 1942", Gracie Mansion Conservancy, New York, March 2017 - February 

  • Named to 16 Female Curators Shaking Things Up in 2016 by Artnet News, Februrary 12, 2016

  • Presented papers at 2012 CAA Conference, “Virtual Baartman: Visualizing Saartjie Baartman in Second Life” and “Black Venus: They Called Her ‘Hottentot’” Los Angeles, CA, February 2012

  • Curated group exhibition, Feed Your Head: The African Origins of the Scientific Aesthetic, MoCADA, Brooklyn, NY, November 2011

  • Curated group exhibition, Art in Odd Places: Ritual, New York, NY, October 2011

  • Curated group exhibition, The Cause Collective: The Truth Is I Am You, Building 10: LMCC’s Art Center on Governors Island, New York, NY, August 2011

  • Curated exhibition, First Person: Seven Women and Video, The Barbara Walters Gallery, Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY, March 2010

  • Curated exhibition, Bayete Ross Smith: Passing, The Halls at Bowling Green, New York, NY, January 2010

  • Presented paper at 2010 Toni Morrison Conference, “Virtual Morrison – Visualizing Toni Morrison in Second Life” Paris, France, October 2010

  • Moderator at 2010 Society of Photographic Education Conference, “Reexamining the Position of the Curator in Contemporary Photography”, The Print Center, Philadelphia, PA, March 2010

  • Curated Group exhibition, Progeny, Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University, New York, NY, April 2009

  • Presented paper at 2009 CAA Conference, “Eracial” in panel My So-Called Second Life, Los Angeles, CA, February 2009