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Cinque Art Gallery, NYC 

1971  "Eight Afro-Americans," Musee Rath. Geneva, Switzerland. Curator: 
Henri Ghent. Included-Romare Bearden, Bob Thompson. Catalogue

1970  "Sapphire Show," Gallery 32. Los Angeles, Ca. Curator: Suzanne Jackson

"Three Artists," Gallery Central 1015. Los Angeles, Ca. 

PERFORMANCES:

2002  Mountain Moving Day. Ritual celebration for women's history month and website. www.mountainmovingday.org chosen website of the week by Artwomen.org

2001  Developed personas for other media explorations. Ongoing. 
Propecia Leigh-photograhy [[photography]], Harriet Chin-drawing/painting, Lily Bea Moor-poetry/prose

1999  "Walk a mile in my shoes. "Sent shoes to others in the U.S. and abroad with request for recipients to walk/dance a full mile in shoes. 

1999-On-going  Mail Art and Long Distance Conceptual Exercises developed as collaborative works with Maren Hassinger. 

1998  Developed persona of Propecia Leigh for my photography. 

1996  Lecture/Performance, The Banff Centre for the Arts. Banff, Canada 

"Making a Scene of Ourselves-The Black Arts: Nappy Ruminations on Life in America," Lecture/Performance. Univ. of Colorado, Colorado Springs

1995  "Singing the Circle: Four Women Creating Themselves," Radio Art. Produced and directed poets Kim Campbell, Stacy Dyson, Felicia Rose Caton Garcia and Jane Hillberry. Sponsored by Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Co. 

1989  "Double Think Bulemia, Mouth to Mouth: Conversations on Being,"Radio Art. Included- Charles Abramson, Carol Blank, John Outterbridge, Darryl Sevad, Kaylynn Sullivan, SunRa and Cecil Taylor 

1988   "A Series from A to Z, Mouth to Mouth: Conversations on Being" Radio Art. Included-Jill Crane, Victor Ingrassia and Kenneth Severin

1986  "Nature's Way," Contemporary Art Forum, Santa Barbara, Ca. Choreographed piece performed by Maren Hassinger, Ulysses Jenkins and Franklin Parker 

1984  "Four," Cotton Exchange, Los Angeles, Ca. Presented by L.A.C.E. in 

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