Cecilia Beaven Gallegos, Dorothy Burge, Cathleen Campbell, Teresita Carson, Jonathan Castillo, Jason Dunda, Sarabeth Dunton, Tanya Gill, Brooke Hummer, Janis Kanter, Mayumi Lake, Percy Lam, D. Lammie-Hanson, Frances Lee, JeeYeun Lee, Cydney Lewis, Susannah Papish, Monika Plioplyte, Monica Rickert-Bolter, and Allison Svoboda.
About Asha Iman Veal
Asha Iman Veal is a curator whose work advocates cross-cultural solidarity across communities kept apart due to geographic or political distance. She is the curatorial fellow at Museum of Contemporary Photography (Chicago), and is a democracy fellow with the Alfred Landecker Foundation and Humanity in Action (Berlin). Asha Iman is Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Arts Administration & Policy at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her recent and upcoming exhibitions include a solo show of work by artist Martine Gutierez at MoCP (2021); the Raisin exhibition at 6018North as part of the Chicago Architecture Biennial (2021); The Tokyo Show: Black and Brown Are Beautiful at Hyde Park Art Center (2019); and Preview 9: A Boldness to Dare and Try at Chicago Artists Coalition (2019).
Asha has recently juried for Arts + Public Life and the Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture at the University of Chicago; Experimental Sound Studio; 3Arts; OxBow; and ACRE. Her additional background includes researching arts organization models and contemporary projects, touring arts ecologies and/or participating on projects and working in Chicago, New York, Edinburgh, Vietnam, Juárez, New York, Havana, Tokyo and more. She is a member of the BMW Foundation Responsible Leaders Network (global table) and Transatlantic Core Group (Germany/U.S.) as a voice for nonprofit arts; and is a new member of the Board of Heaven Gallery. (B.A. The Gallatin School at New York University, M.F.A. The New School, M.A. School of the Art Institute of Chicago)