About/CV

In addition to being an artist, I help artists and collectors as an independent consultant. I focus on studio support, computer security, research and analysis, and collection management.
Contact: johndeand [at] gmail [dot] com
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Education

2013
BA magna cum laude, Studio Art and Sociology, Trinity University, San Antonio, TX

Solo Exhibitions

2013-2014
Open, The Uptown Studio, San Antonio, TX
2012
The Fool, Overtime Theater, San Antonio, TX

Group Exhibitions

2015
Two Year Anniversary Show, The Uptown Studio, San Antonio, TX
2014
Are You From Here?, FL!GHT Gallery, San Antonio, TX
2013
Kunstkammer, Michael and Noemi Neidorff Gallery, Trinity University, San Antonio, TX
Annual Collegiate Student Exhibition, San Antonio Art League Museum, San Antonio, TX
2012
Mini Exhibition, Michael and Noemi Neidorff Gallery, Trinity University, San Antonio, TX
New Work, Michael and Noemi Neidorff Gallery, Trinity University, San Antonio, TX
2010
Summer Show, Coffee Waves, curated by Stephanie Chambers, MFA, Corpus Christi, TX
2009
Summer Show, Coffee Waves, curated by Stephanie Chambers, MFA, Corpus Christi, TX

Juried Exhibitions

2010
Gathering of Photographers Juried Show, Alpha Omega Gallery, Austin, TX
2009
Dimensions, Corpus Christi Art Center, Corpus Christi, TX

Awards, Honors, and Fellowships

2013
C. Wright Mills Award in Sociology, Trinity University
Frances K. Hendricks Fine Arts Award, Trinity University
Presidential Award of Excellence, Trinity University
2012
Murchison Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship, Trinity University
2011-2012
Diversity and Inclusion Award, Trinity University

Lectures, Presentations, and Workshops

2013
“Culture Hacking and Culture Jamming,” Harvey Milk Day Conference, Austin, TX
San Antonio/Bexar County Point-in-Time 2013 Survey, “Unaccompanied Youth and Young Adults” section, co-presenter Kimberly Berry, for South Alamo Regional Alliance for the Homeless, San Antonio, TX
“Nonviolent Strategy,” World Affairs Council Dallas/Fort Worth for U.S. State Department and Belarusian activist guests, Dallas, TX
2012
Cornyation and the Reproduction of Gender through an Attempt at Class Critique,” Murchison Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Mini-Conference, Trinity University, San Antonio, TX
“A History of Nonviolent Action,” Harvey Milk Day Conference, Austin, TX
“Strategy in Nonviolent Movements,” World Affairs Council Dallas/Fort Worth for U.S. State Department and European activist guests, Dallas, TX
2011
“How to Build a Grassroots Campaign,” co-presenter Tiffani Bishop, Queer Texas Conference, Austin, TX

Professional Experience

2013-Present
Studio Assistant and Technical Consultant, San Antonio, TX and New Orleans, LA
2013-2015
Visitor and Member Services Associate, Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum, San Antonio, TX
2013
Teaching Assistant, Duke Talent Identification Project, San Antonio, TX
2012
Research Assistant, Dr. Amy L. Stone, Trinity University, San Antonio, TX