-Et al. Gallery, Mission, SF - June 2024, More info soon


    -Look Up To The Sky, Hung Liu's Legacy of Mentoring Women Artists, Mills College Art Museum, January - March 24, 2024

    An exceptionally gifted educator, Hung Liu (1948-2021) was a vibrant and vital part of the artist community in the Bay Area and beyond. Just before her untimely death in 2021, Liu began conversations with MCAM to curate an exhibition showcasing the work of an amazing group of women artists that she taught and mentored during her tenure as a professor in the Mills College Art Department.

    Look Up to the Sky, Hung Liu's Legacy of Mentoring Women Artists is the realization of that idea and features the work of Hung Liu alongside former students Rosana Castrillo Díaz, Nicole Fein, Danielle Lawrence, Monica Lundy, Nancy Mintz, Sandra Ono, Susan Preston, Mel Prest, Rachelle Reichert, Yoshiko Shimano, Gina Tuzzi, Lien Truong, and Bambi Waterman.


    Saturday, January 20, 2024 | 4:00-6:00 PM

    Saturday, February 24, 2024 | 3:00-5:00 PM

    Registration Requested

    Before the conversation, join MCAM Director Stephanie Hanor at 2:00pm for a curator-led tour of the exhibition.

    In conjunction with the special exhibition Look Up to the Sky, Hung Liu’s Legacy of Mentoring Women Artists, this year's Jane Green Endowed Lecture in Art History features a conversation with three artists mentored by Hung Liu (1948-2021), acclaimed Chinese American artist and beloved professor of art at Mills College. Dorothy Moss, founding director of the Hung Liu Estate, will moderate the conversation among artists Rosana Castrillo Díaz, Nicole Phungrasamee Fein, and Mel Prest, former students of Hung Liu and alumnae of the Mills College MFA Program in Studio Art.

    Reception immediately to follow at the Reinhardt Alumnae House.

    Saturday, March 23, 2024 | 3:00-4:00 PM
    Join MCAM Director Stephanie Hanor for a curator-led tour of Look Up to the Sky.


    -Feminist Art History Conference at American University, Washington, DC

    My work will be presented alongside research about Hung Liu as a part of a panel on 'Mentorship: Leading by Example' by Liz Kim, Ph.D. Lecturer, Art History at Texas A&M University-Kingsville

    Feminist Art History Conference
    American University, Washington, DC
    September 29 – October 1, 2023
    'Mentorship: Leading by Example' is presented in Session 6 - 2–2:50pm
    Information and tickets: www.american.edu/cas/art-history/fahc/

    -MILLS COLLEGE ART MUSEUM has acquired Uh Huh Her for their permanent collection.

    "Lawrence's work, Uh Huh Her, is an homage to musician PJ Harvey and the power of the female voice." -Dr. Stephanie Hanor