Camille Wong

Lives and Works in Los Angeles

w.camille827@gmail.com

Education

2017                BA, University of California, Santa Barbara  

Group Exhibitions

2019 Wholly Coast!, Monte Vista Projects, Los Angeles, CA

2018                2018 Student Juried Show, Boone Gallery, Pasadena City College, Awardee (Juror: Constance Mallinson), Pasadena, CA

2017                2017 Undergraduate Exhibition, Art, Design, and Architecture Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara

2016                Iron, Gender, and Power, College of Creative Studies Gallery, University of California, Santa Barbara

                        Intermediate, Glass Box Gallery, University of California, Santa Barbara

                        Open Studios, Arts 2235, University of California, Santa Barbara

2015                Bloom, Youth Interactive Creative Studio, Santa Barbara

2014                From the Atrium: Summer Sessions, Atrium, University of California, Santa Barbara

2013               Youth Fellows, Pro Arts Gallery, Oakland, CA

 

Solo Exhibitions

2017 Premium Quality, Glass Box Gallery, University of California, Santa Barbara

Curatorial Work

2017                I Need to Get Laid, Glass Box Gallery, University of California, Santa Barbara

 

Experience

2018 Gallery Attendant, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery

Co-founder/editor-in-chief, Cult Club

2017                Studio Manager, James R. Eads Inc.

Curatorial Programs Intern, 18th Street Arts Center

Artist Assistant, Yumiko Glover

                        Artist Assistant, Emily Baker

2016                Community Engagement Intern, Museum of Contemporary Art, Santa Barbara

                        Gallery Intern, Glass Box Gallery, University of California, Santa Barbara

 

Honors & Awards

Awardee, 2018 Student Juried Show, Pasadena City College, Pasadena, CA

Faculty Award of Distinction, University of California, Santa Barbara Department of Art, 2017

Dean’s List, University of California, Santa Barbara

Selected Publications as Author

2019                “Elite Institutions and the Need for Cultural Inclusion",” Matai Agency

“A lesson from LACMA’s “Outliers and the American Vanguard,” Adolescent.net             

                       “Artist David Alekhuogie describes American struggle using gravity,” Adolescent.net

2018                “How One Day at a Time Breaks the Monotony of Commercially Successful Art,” Murze Mag