My curatorial practice has included performance and interdisciplinary visual art, puppetry and object performance for adult audiences in intimate settings and on film, and queer and Los Angeles based artists
In 2019, I guest curated Studio, REDCAT’s quarterly program of new works and works-in-progress by LA artist that highlight new forms of dance, theater, music and multimedia performance.
From 2005 – 2016, I curated The Puppet Slam Network which supported independently produced adult puppet cabarets internationally
In 2009 I assisted in the curation of Handmade Puppet Dreams, Volume 4, Heather Henson’s live-action puppet film series
From 2006-2010, I curated evenings of short-form puppetry for adults in Orlando that featured a mix of Floridian and national puppet artists
From 2004 -2006 I curated Blood from A Turnip, Rhode Island’s only late night puppetry salon for adults with Vanessa Gilbert in downtown Providence.
In 2003, I organized an exhibit for Pippin Roe that featured her paintings and collages at Tealuxe in Providence.
In 1998, I curated a performance art circus celebrating spring as a time of rebirth with Kathleen O’Shea and Kokoe Johnson, and the Radical Faeries at Randolph Stret Gallery in Chicago.
In 1998, I co-curated an evening of short films and videos with Kathleen O’Shea as part of a Radical Faerie art
In 1996, I curated Speak Easy, a text and language series at N.A.M.E. Gallery in Chicago with Lorraine Moretti and Suz Szucs.
From 1995-1997, I was part of a curatorial team that raised funds to bring Ron Athey, Vaginal Cream Davis, Kate Bornstein, Barbara Carrellas as visiting artists to the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Puppet Slam Network, Jen Lynn, photo: Doug Wong
Still from Bottle Stopper Project, Martin Robinson
Blood from a Turnip, photo: Tony Yang
Day of Beauty, photo: Matt Wagner