CV: Natalia Nakazawa

2010   MFA, California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA
2008    MSEd, Queens College, CUNY, Flushing, NY                        
2004   BFA, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
1998    Pre-college Academy, Parsons School of Design, New York, NY                                               

Selected Exhibitions:
2017   Our Stories of Migration, World Culture Festival: Journeys, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
2017   The Real Staff Show, The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, New York, NY
2017   Vagabond Time Killers, Wassaic Project, Maxon Mill, Wassaic, NY
2017   Multilocational, The Old Stone House, Brooklyn, NY
2016   Visual Heteroglossia: In Absentia, solo installation, 1 Main Street, DUMBO, NY
2015   Ways to Lighten Up, Splinters & Logs, Brooklyn, NY
2014   SHIFTCASE Projects, SELECT Miami Art Fair, Miami, FL
2014   Exhibition No. 13, The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, New York, NY
2014   Uncharted Territories, Solo exhibition, Space for Public Art, New York, NY
2014   Emerald City, The Gateway Projects, Newark, NJ
2013   Traffic Disruption Village, Flux Factory, Queens, NY
2013   Silhouette, 20|20 Gallery, The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, New York, NY
2012   Aldea Arts Program, Aldea Home, San Francisco, CA
2012   Recent Work, Bushwick Open Studios, Brooklyn, NY
2011   The Preview Show, Studio H, Brooklyn, NY
2010   CCA Graduate MFA Thesis Exhibit, The Nave, San Francisco, CA
2009   APAture, Goforaloop Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2009   Contemporary Craft Art Exhibition, Student Center, San Francisco, CA
2009   War! And Pictures, Space Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2009   CCA Open Studios, CCA Hooper Studios, San Francisco, CA
2009   Rafflesia Remix: A Corpse Flower Anthology, PLAySPACE, San Francisco, CA
2008   Spring Artist’s Exhibit, Broome Street Gallery, Soho, NY
2007   Abstract Thought, Topaz Arts Inc, Project Diversity Queens, Woodside, NY
2007   Goodbye to the Beautiful Things, Naked Duck Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2006   Queens International 2006: Everything All at Once, Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY
2006   Summer Festival Art Exhibition, ISE Cultural Foundation, Soho, NY  
2006   Selected Work, Solo exhibition, Urbána Cityspa and Tea Bar, Charlotte, NC
2005   Square Foot IV, Project Spaceman, Brooklyn, NY
2004   BFA Thesis Exhibition, Woods-Gerry Gallery, Providence, RI
2003   Culture Shock, Solo exhibition, Providence Athenaeum, Providence, RI

Lectures and Panel Discussions:
2017   The Shifting Landscape of Social Media and Marketing for Artists, Textile Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY
2017   Artist/Life, Honolulu Biennial, Honolulu, HI
2017   Artist/Life, Minnesota Street Projects, San Francisco, CA
2017   Artist/Admin, CUE Foundation, New York, NY
2016   Artist Talk with Saya Woolfalk, Voice of a Woman Festival, Spring Studios, Soho, NY
2013 - 2016 Visiting Lecturer, Art World and Professionalism, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
2014   Artist Talk: Emerald City, with David Antonio Cruz, Kelly Vetter, and Ariel DeAndres mediated by Jasmine Wahi, The Gateway Center, Newark, NJ
2014   Arts in Bushwick Panel Discussion: The Role of Art + Funding Progress               
Panelists: Hrag Vartanian (Hyperallergic), Deborah Brown (Storefront Ten Eyck), Ben Davis (Artnet and 9.5 Theses on Art and Class), mediated be Alexis Celments (Hyperallergic), Brooklyn Fireproof, Brooklyn, NY

Curatorial Projects:
2015   Translated Cities, January 22 – February 21, Shirin Gallery NY, Chelsea, NY         
Artists: Manuel Acevedo, Isidro Blasco, Austin Eddy, Shara Hughes, Armita Raafat, Hilda Shen, Dannielle Tegeder.
Catalog design by Deric Carner andfeature essay by Chloe Bass
2014   Internal Dialogues, February 26 – May 26, The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, New York, NY. Artists: Patty Cateura, Heejung Cho, Sally Egbert, Suzan Frecon, Ryan Sarah Murphy, Gary Petersen, Max Razdow, Karina Skvirsky, Hank Willis Thomas
2014   Where’s Art: The Cabinet, Guest Curator, Artist: Deric Carner

2018   Materials and Methods in Art Education (graduate), CCNY, Spring 2018
2018   Identity and Culture in Art Education (undergraduate), CCNY, Spring 2018
2017   Curriculum Development in Art Education (undergraduate), CCNY, Fall 2017

Residencies and Awards:
2018    Wassaic Project Winter Artist Residency
2008   California College of the Arts Scholarship (2008 – 2010)
2007   Power of Art Award, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation
            1,000 Cranes Video Project, 2007 Service Learning Project, AmeriCorps
2006   ISE Cultural Foundation Certificate of Commendation, Alexandra Munroe, Senior Curator of Asian art at the Guggenheim, ISE Cultural Foundation