Museum of Contemporary Photography (Chicago)
Staff Role: Associate Curator (present)
MoCP is the nation's premier college art museum dedicated to photography. As an international hub, the museum generates ideas and provoke dialogue among students, artists and diverse communities through groundbreaking exhibitions and programming. The mission is to cultivate a deeper understanding of the artistic, cultural and political roles of photography in our world today.
Founded in 1976 by Columbia College Chicago as the successor to the Chicago Center for Contemporary Photography, the Museum of Contemporary Photography began collecting in the early 1980s and has since grown its collection to include over 16,000 objects by over 1,500 artists. MoCP is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums.
Introduction to MoCP 2021
Behind the Lens: Sunil Gupta 2022
A Photo History of Reproductive Justice: Special Presentation by Loretta J. Ross 2021
Conversations with the Curators: What Does Democracy Look Like? (Part II) 2020