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PROFILE
Hoesy Corona
Multidisciplinary Artist | Based in the U.S.A.

Info@hoesycorona.com

EDUCATION
-The Maryland Institute College of Art - Painting BFA/MAT concentration in Independent Curatorial Studies (candidate)—2005-2009
-Institut Américain Universitaire | Aix-en-Provence Campus, Study Abroad, Aix-en-Provence, France, 2005

FELLOWSHIPS
-Winston Tabb Special Collections Research Center Public Humanities Fellowship 2022-2023, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 2022
-TAF Fellowship 2019 & 2020, George Kaiser Family Foudnation, Tulsa, OK, 2019
-Halcyon Arts Lab Fellowship 2017-2018, Halcyon House, Washington, DC, 2017
-The Coldstream Homestead Montebello Sculpture Park Fellowship 2016-2017, Led by Lisa Dillin, Baltimore, MD, 2016

ACADEMIC RESIDENCIES
-Wabash College Restoring Hope, Restoring Trust Artist in Residence, Crawfordsville, IN, Spring 2023
-Washington College Kohl Gallery Artist in Residence, Chestertown, MD, Spring 2019

NOTABLE EXHIBITIONS/PERFORMANCES
-Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC (2017)
-Academy Art Museum, Easton, MD, (2022-2023)
-The Kreeger Museum, Washington, DC, (2021)
-Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, MD, (2017, 2021)
-Gilcrease Museum , Tulsa, OK (2019-2020)
-The Reach at The Kennedy Center , Washington, DC (2019)
-Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD, (2011, 2012, 2014)
-Smithsonian Arts and Industries Building, Washington, DC, (2018)
-The Peale Center Museum, Baltimore, MD, (2016, 2022)
-Haggerty Museum of Art, Milwaukee, WI, (2005)

SOLO PRESENTATIONS
-untitled, Praxis NY, Manhattan, NY, curated by Justina Gomez Romero and Guadalupe Lobeto, 2023 (forthcoming May 2023)
-untitled performance,Tephra ICA Festival, Reston, VA, curated by Paul Douglas Michnewicz, 2023 (forthcoming May 2023)
-untitled, IA&A at Hillyer Gallery, Washington, DC, curated by Timothy Brown, 2023 (forthcoming Feb 2023)
-untitled, Eric Dean Gallery, Wabash College, Crawfordsville, IN, curated by Annie Strader, 2023 (forthcoming Jan 2023)
-Terrestrial Caravan, Academy Art Museum, Easton, MD, curated by Mehves Lelic, 2022-2023
-Wayfaring 2, Baltimore Community Foundation's Baker Gallery, Baltimore, MD, curated by Amy Cavanaugh, Caitlin Gill, Amy Eva Raehse, Thomas James, Carlyn Thomas, 2022-2023
-In Bloom, Conrad Washington DC, curated by Latela Curatorial, 2022
-Weathering, The Kreeger Museum, Washington, DC, curated by Helen Chason and The Nicholson Project, 2021
-WAYFARING, The Nicholson Project Gallery, Washington, DC, curated by Allison Nance, 2022
-EARTH MOTHER BLOOM, Friends Artspace, Arlington, VA, curated by Margaret Bakke, 2022
-Sunset Moonlight, Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, MD, co-curated by Dany Chan and the artist, 2021
-Earthly Mirage, AHHA Hardesty Arts Center, Tulsa, OK, curated by Amber Litwack, 2021
-Imaginary Construct, VisArts, Rockville, MD, curated by Susan Main, 2019
-Alie[N]ation, Washington College Kohl Gallery, Chestertown, MD, curated by Julie L. Wills, 2019
-Climate Immigrants, Oxbow School of Art and Residency Gallery, Saugatuck, MI, self organized, 2017
-White Constructions, Kern Gallery, Milwaukee, WI, co-curated by Patricia Frederick and Catherine Burnette, 2016
-Quiet as it's Kept , MWFA Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA, curated by Tara Sherry-Torres, 2016
-Natural Disasters, Songs For Presidents Gallery, Queens, NY, curated by Frances Cooper, 2015

TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS
-untitled with Cognate Collective, Tephra Contemporary, Tephra Institute of Contemporary Art, Reston, VA, curated by Jaynelle Clarke Hazard and Hannah Barco, 2023 (forthcoming)
-Unfollow, with Lukas Jüliger, Goethe-Institut Washington and The Corner Gallery, Washington, DC, 2021
-A Window to Europe: Through Literature and Art with Alanna Reeves, Plain Sight Gallery, Washington DC, curated by Allison Nance and Teddy Rodger, 2021
-Recharging the Canon with Ada Pinkston, Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, MD, curated by Alexander Jarman and Hannah Bursting, 2017
-Busting Borders with Ada Pinkston, Gallery CA, Baltimore, MD, curated by Labbodies, 2015

SELECT GROUP EXHIBITIONS
-untitled, Stamp Gallery, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, curated by Maura Callahan, 2023 (forthcoming)
-DC Art Now 2022, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Washington, DC, 2022
-PORTAL PANDEO: UN OASIS DIGITAL, Pandeo DF, Mexico City, Mexico, curated by Pandeo DF, 2022
-Crossroads, The Watermill Center, Watermill, NY, curated by Carrie Mae Weems, 2021
-ArtNow , OK Contemporary, Oklahoma City, OK, curated by Helen Opper, 2021
-Force for Change, Clifford Chance, Washington, DC, curated by Sam Gordon and Jacob Robichaux, 2021
-Aceptar, Joan Hisaoka Gallery, Washington, DC, curated by Irene Clouthier, 2020
-Latinxodous , Salisbury University Galleries, Salisbury, MD, curated by Elizabeth Kauffman, 2020
-The Future is Now and I am It, a Parade to Mark the Moment, The Kennedy Center, Washington, DC, curated by Carrie Mae Weems, 2019
-Recall/Respond, Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa, OK, curated by Laura Fry, 2019-2020
-Trawick Prize Finalist Exhibition, Gallery B, Bethesda, MD, 2019
-Stonewall 50 , Clifford Chance, Washington, DC, curated by Sam Gordon and Jacob Robichaux, 2019
-TurnAround , Tulsa Artist Fellowship project, Tulsa, OK, 2019
-Repurposed with a Purpose, Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD, curated by Doreen Bolger, 2018
-Turning the Tide, Siren Arts, Asbury Park, NJ, curated by Victoria Reis, 2018
-By the People Festival, Smithsonian Arts and Industries Building Museum, Washington, DC, curated by Nicole Dowd, 2018
-Platform Projects Independent Art Fair, Athens School of Fine Arts, Athens, Greece, presented by Transformer DC, 2018
-The Scapegoat Reliquary, Heurich House Museum, Washington, DC, curated by Philippa Hughes, 2018
-Queer(ed) Performativity, DC Arts Center, Washington, DC, curated by Andy Johnson, 2018
-Hyphen-American, George Washington University, Gallery 102, Washington, DC, curated by Tsedaye Makonnen and Rex Delafkaran, 2018
-Exchanges, Hillyer Gallery, Washington, DC, curated by Nicole Dowd, 2018
-Counter Narratives, Decker Gallery, Baltimore, MD, curated by Mica Curatorial Practice, 2018
-Alien Nation, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC, curated by Victoria Reis, 2017
-Home + Discordance = US, New York University DC, Washington, DC, curated by Solas Nua, 2017
-Plastic Dreams, Torpedo Factory Art Center, Alexandria, VA, curated by Dawn Langford, 2017
-Sondheim Prize Semifinalists Exhibition, Meyerhoff Gallery, Baltimore, MD, organized by Kim Domanski, 2017
-CHM Sculpture Park, Baltimore, MD, curated by Lisa Dillin, 2017
-White Lies, Spacecamp, Baltimore, MD, curated by Mica Curatorial, 2017
-The Bodies That Were Not Ours, Light City 2017, Baltimore, MD 2017
-Defy/Define, Transformer DC, Washington, DC, curated by Victoria Reis, 2016
-Dark City Relics, La Bodega Gallery, Baltimore, MD, curated by Erick Antonio Benitez, 2016
-Nobodies Gala, Re:New Festival, Pittsburgh, PA, curated by Carin Mincemoyer, 2016
-Washington Project for the Arts Auction, Washington, DC, curated by Kimberly Ghraham, 2016
-YT Contempt, Peale Center Museum, Baltimore, MD, curated by Transmodern Festival, 2016
-Dark City, Light City, Pennsylvania Station Plaza, Baltimore, MD, curated by Light City, 2016
-BBB Shortlist, Spacecamp Gallery, Baltimore, MD, curated by Labbodies, 2015
-Sondheim Prize Semifinalist exhibition, Decker Gallery, Baltimore, MD, 2015
-Closing Borders*, Gallery CA, Baltimore, MD, curated by Labbodies, 2015
-The Water Bearers, Artscape, Baltimore, MD, curated by Melissa Webb, 2015
-Fast Forward Future, Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD, curated by Labbodies, 2014
-Over Under Limbo, Transmodern Festival, Baltimore, MD, curated by Labbodies, 2014
-Chicanismo y Latinismo, The Creative Alliance, Baltimore MD, curated by Jeremy Stern, 2014
-The Brooklyn International Performance Art Festival (BIPAF), GlassHouse projects , Brooklyn, NY, curated by Esther Neff, 2013
-Rooms Fall Apart, Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD, curated by Ada Pinkston, 2013
-Sondheim Semi-Finalist Exhibition, Decker Gallery, Baltimore, MD, 2013
-Mixtopias, Visarts Rockville, Rockville, MD, curated by Fletcher Mackey, 2013
-Mother Death Life Mama, Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD, curated by Melissa Webb, 2012
-Baker Artist Awards 2011, Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD, 2011
-IAU College - Aix-en-Provence, France, curated by Pat Frederick and Cathy Burnett, 2005
-Young Artists in the Museum, Haggerty Museum of Art, Milwaukee, WI, curated by Pat Frederick and Cathy Burnett, 2005

HONORS AND AWARDS
-The MAP Fund, supported by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Mellon Foundation , New York, NY, 2021
-The Andy Warhol Foundation Grit Fund Grant, The Peale Center, Baltimore, MD, 2022
-Baker Artist Award , Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance, Baltimore, MD, 2021
-Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant , Foundation for Contemporary Art, New York, New York, 2021
-Municipal Art Society of Baltimore City Artist Travel Prize , BOPA, Baltimore, MD, 2020
-Sondheim Artist Prize Finalist , Baltimore, MD, 2020
-Trawick Prize Finalist,Bethesda, MD, 2019
-Baker Artist Awards Finalist, Baltimore, MD, 2019
-Tulsa Artist Fellowship Special Project Grant, George Kaiser Family Foundation, Tulsa, OK, 2019
-Sister Cities, Athens, Greece, administered by Transformer DC, 2018
-Andy Warhol Foundation Grit Fund Grant in Visual Arts, administered by The Contemporary, Baltimore, MD, 2017
-Robert W Deutsch Foundation Ruby’s Project Grant in Visual Arts, Baltimore, MD, 2016
-Creative Capital, On Our Radar Artist, USA, 2016
-Marty Davis & Alex Ritchie FAWC Award, Provincetown, MA,2016
-Fine Arts Work Center Award ; Provincetown, MA, 2015;
-Janet and Walter Sondheim Prize Semifinalist; Baltimore, MD, 2015
-Archie D. and Bertha H. Walker Award, FAWC; Provincetown, MA, 2014
-Bloomberg Public Art Challenge Finalists; Baltimore, MD, 2014
-Janet and Walter Sondheim Prize Semifinalist; Baltimore, MD, 2013, 2015, 2017
-Maryland State Arts Council, Individual Artist Award; Baltimore, MD, 2013
-Nora and Eugene Leake Scholarship in Painting, Mica; Baltimore, MD, 2008

ARTIST RESIDENCIES
-Wabash College Restoring Hope, Restoring Trust Artist in Residence, Crawfordsville, IN, Spring Semester 2023
-The Nicholson Project Residency, Washington, DC, 2021
-Siren Arts Summer Residency, Siren Arts/Transformer, Asbury Park, NJ, 2018
-Howard Hughes Co. Merriweather District Artist in Residence Program (MD AIR), Columbia, MD, 2018
-Fillmore School Studio Residency, Washington, DC, 2017-2018
-Ox-Bow School of Art, Fall Residency, Saugatuck, MI,
-The Contemporary Museum, Artist Retreat 2016, Pearlstone Center, Baltimore, MD, Summer 2016
-Latino Artist Residency Program, Cafe Con Leche | Most Wanted Art Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA, Summer 2016
-The Fine Arts Work Center, Video Performance : Music Video with Juan Pablo Echeverri; Provincetown, MA, Spring 2016
-Station North Arts and Entertainment District Artist in Residence, Light City, a program of the Baltimore Office and Promotion of the Arts, Baltimore, MD, Winter 2016
-The Fine Arts Work Center, Video Performance Minute Experiments with Kalup Linzy; Provincetown, MA, Summer 2015
-Pelham Print Making Studio Residency ,a program of FORCE | The Monument Quilt, Baltimore, MD, Spring 2015
-The Fine Arts Work Center, Ways of Making and Documenting Contemporary Performance, with Coco Fusco; Provincetown, MA, Summer 2014

ART FAIRS
-Platforms Project Independent Art Fair, Athens, Greece, 2018
-SuperFine Art Fair, Washington, DC, 2019,2018
-Artist Run Art Fair , Baltimore, MD, 2017
-(e)merge Art Fair, Washington, DC, 2011

SELECT CURATORIAL EFFORTS
-Latin(X)equis, exhibition at Eaton Workshop, Washington, DC, co-curated with Stephanie Mercedes, 2021
-Reverb, Hillyer Gallery, Washington, DC, 2019
-A Monumental Absence, solo exhibition by Najee H.F., Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD 2018
-Unraveling the Living Archive, Halcyon Arts Lab, Performance Cycle 2, Washington, DC, 2018
-Labbodies Performance Art Review III : Freedom, Spacecamp Gallery, Baltimore, MD, 2017
-Light Happenings II, Inner Harbor, Baltimore, MD, 2017
-Labbodies Performance Art Review Retrospective, Spacecamp Gallery, Baltimore, MD, July 2016
-White Guilt Confessional, April Danielle Lewis, solo show, Artist Run Art Fair, Baltimore, MD, July 2016
-Uncool, Wickerham & Lomax, solo show, Terrault Contemporary, Baltimore, MD, April 2016
-Culture is not Your Friend, a FlucT solo exhibition, Platform Gallery, MD, 2016
-Borders Boundaries and Barricades, Gallery CA, Baltimore, MD, 2015
-Fast Forward Future, Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD, 2014
-Over Under Limbo, Trandmodern Festival, Baltimore, MD, 2014
-Blood Cube, Solo Show by Emilia Penananen, Platform Gallery, Baltimore, MD, 2014
-Labbodies, performance art space and forum in Baltimore MD (2014-present)

PUBLICATIONS/REVIEWS/INTERVIEWS
-The Washington Post : Artist Hoesy Corona Grapples with Big Ideas, feature, by Kriston Capps, 2022
-The American Scholar : Vestiges of Climate Migration, by Noelani Kirschner, 2022
-Washington City Paper : Ponchos Become Colorful Canvases in Earth Mother Bloom, by Anupma Sahay , 2022
-Washington City Paper : Hoesy Corona: Wayfaring, by Laura Irene, 2022
-The Washington Post : Goya? Picasso? This obscure museum has them and much more, by Cathy Alter, 2022
-KTUL 8 ABC: "Earthly Mirage" is a brand new art exhibition on display now, live TV interview with Good Morning Tulsa host Bud Ford,2021
-Bmore Art : Hoesy Corona, 2021 Sondheim Finalist, by Teri Henderson, 2021
-Bmore Art magazine : Bodies in Motion, by Angela N. Carroll, 2019
-Baltimore Magazine, 2017, 2019, 2020
-The Baltimore Sun : First year program deemed a success, 2018, by Katie V. Jones
-Wesa 90.5 Pittsburgh’s NPR radio station : Art Is A Language For Cafe Con Leche Resident Artist, Art on the Ground segment by Bob Studebaker, 2016
-What Weekly : Labbodies profile, by Kristin McWharter, 2015
-Bmore Art : They Sing the Body Eclectic, interview by Rebecca Juliette, 2015
-Baltimore City Paper : Magic 8 Ball, 2014, by Michael Farley
-Washington Post, Style cover, 2012

JUROR/SELECTION COMMITTEE
-Target Gallery | Torpedo Factory Art Center 2023 Target Gallery Solo Exhibition selection panel, Alexandria, VA, 2022
-The Nicholson Project Artist Residency, Washington, DC, 2022-2023
-Artist INC | Mid Atlantic Arts Alliance | AHHA, Tulsa, OK, 2020
-Maryland State Arts Council Juried triennial exhibition, Baltimore, MD, 2019
-Halcyon Arts Lab Fellowship, Washington, DC, 2019, 2020
-Robert W Deutsch Foundation Ruby’s Project Grant, Baltimore, MD, 2019


VISITING ARTIST AND PANELS
-Visiting Artist : Seminar I in Curatorial Practice professor Jackie Milad, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, Fall 2022
-Visiting Artist : BFA Professional Development professor Ada Pinkston & Suzy Kopf, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, Fall 2022
-Visiting Artist : Fibers Thesis class by Kristine Woods and Poppy DeltaDawn, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, Winter 2022
-Visiting Artist : Thesis professors Tony Shore; Phaan Howng; Alex Ebstein; Amy Boone McCreesh, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, Fall 2021
-Presents : Artist Lecture professor Timothy Nohe, Center for Innovation, Research, and Creativity in the Arts (CIRCA), University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD, Spring 2020 (Covid cancellation)
-Power Speaker Series with Ada Pinkston Community Arts MFA class, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, Spring 2019
-Visiting Artist : Performance Class professor Julie Wills, Washington College, Chestertown, MD, Spring 2019
-Visiting Artist : Performance Class professor Renee Rendine, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, 2018
-Framework #27: Challenging Colonialism in Contemporary Art Ash Arder, Adrienne Elise Tarver, Dulcina Abreu, and Hoesy Corona panel moderated by Edgar Endress, Transformer DC, Mexican Cultural Institute DC, Washington, DC, 2018
-How to Cook an Ethnic Meal in a White Establishment with Ada Pinkston, CommonField, Los Angeles, Ca,2017
-Artist Talk with Ada Pinkston invited by Kristin McWharter, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, 2017
-Queer Interiors Panel led by Jaimes Mayhew and Rhane Alexander, Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD, 2017
-Fibers Visiting Critic/Final Review professors Kristine Woods, Susie Brandt, Piper Shepard, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, 2017
-Performance and Associations panel, TALKaCTIVE moderated by Hector Canonge, Queens Museum, NY, 2017
-New Media Art, lecture professor Ada Pinkston, The Maryland Institute College of Art, EMAC class, Baltimore, MD, Winter 2016
-Creative Mornings Baltimore, Lecture on “Weird”, Penthouse Gallery, Baltimore (Summer 2016)
-Artist talk Professional Developement professor Jackie Milad and Rene Trevino, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD 2016
-Visiting Artist professor Cathy Burnette and Patricia Frederick, Visiting Artist, Pius Xi Performing Arts Center, Milwaukee, WI, Fall 2016
-Alliance School, Visiting Artist Professor Jill Engle, Milwaukee, WI, Fall 2016
-Performance Art and Objects, a discussion, program by “Shape Shifters” organized by Melissa Webb, School 33 Art Center, Baltimore, MD, Summer 2016
-Queer Intersectionality,a dialogue, a program by Queer Threads moderated by Kris Grey, Decker Gallery, The Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, Winter 2016
-The Baltimore Museum of Art, Big Table Connections: Humor in Art : Erwin Wurm, artist talk and workshop, Baltimore, MD, Winter 2015
-ArtPartHeid, Segregation in the Baltimore Arts Scene, Panelist, Baltimore, MD, Winter 2015
-Towson University, Visiting Artist Visual Concepts professor Carrie Fucile, Baltimore, MD, Spring 2015
-University of Maryland Baltimore County, Visiting Artist professor Victor FM Torres, Baltimore,MD, Spring 2014, Fall 2015
-Maryland Institute College of Art, visiting artist professor Kristine Woods, Baltimore, MD, Winter 2011, Spring 2013
-Maryland Art Place, 30 Under 30, Artist Talk Series, Baltimore, MD, Summer 2013
-Teaching Artists, panel, Maryland Institute College of Art, panel, Baltimore, MD 2009

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
-Socially Engaged Practices in Contemporary Art (co-taught with Annie Strader), semester long combination studio and seminar college level course, Wabash College, Crawfordsville, IN, Spring Semester 2023
-Lead Mentor : Exercises for Emerging Artists, Transformer DC, peer-mentorship and performance program, Washington, DC, spring/summer 2021
-After-School Art Teacher, Carrera Mi Espacio, Baltimore, MD, 2011-2013

NOTABLE PRIVATE AND PUBLIC PERMANENT COLLECTIONS
The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (CAH) Art Bank; Arnold Ventures DC; Hall Arts Group Houston; Eaton Workshop DC; Children's Hospital of Wisconsin; Numerous Private Collections across the United States