Zoma Wallace

Zoma Wallace is a curator, arts administrator, and experimental artist living and working in her hometown of Washington, DC. Since opening her first exhibition as part of the Maryland Art Place’s Curator’s Incubator in 2008, her exhibitions have since explored juxtapositions of seemingly disparate entities to reveal unseen, complex, interdependent relationships. In 2013, Wallace lectured on the performance work of Wilmer Wilson IV at the James A. Porter Colloquium on African American Art and collaborated with artist iona rozeal brown to develop an interactive, biodegradable mural of origami, using seeded paper folded by public viewers. Currently, she serves as Curator & Art Collections Manager for the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Washington’s sole government agency dedicated to the advancement of arts and culture in the city. There, she manages the city’s growing collection of fine artwork and public art while creating a dynamic exhibition calendar for the city-owned Gallery at 200 Eye. She also serves on the Visual Arts Committee for the esteemed, non-profit DC Arts Center. Wallace holds a BA from Spelman College and MFA in painting from Howard University.

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Curatorial Intensive in Addis Ababa

This May, ICI, in collaboration with Zoma Contemporary Art Center (ZCAC), produces the Curatorial Intensive in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

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Curatorial Intensive Symposium: Addis Ababa

Join ICI’s Curatorial Intensive participants in Addis Ababa on Monday, May 19 for a daylong public symposium where they will present the exhibition proposals that they have developed over the course of the program.

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