KAITLYN STUBBS
b. 1987, Shreveport, Louisiana
Lives and works in Brooklyn

EDUCATION
2012 MFA, New York Academy of Art
2010 BFA, University of Georgia

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2021 So Far in a Few Blocks, Gates Gallery, West Nottingham Academy
2014 Time Can Splinter, The One Well, Brooklyn, NY
2009 From Above, Transmetropolitan Gallery, Athens, GA

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2020 Sunstone, Quantum Art Review Virtual Exhibition
2019 Forest for the Trees, Old Gym, Black Mountain, NC
2018 Wunderkindred, Park Church Co-op, Brooklyn, NY
2018 Phosphorous, Rare Bird Art Space, Brooklyn, NY
2017 Everything You've Ever Wanted, AGENCY Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2016 Anthropocene, New Hope Arts Center, CT
2016 Multiplicity, Dacia Gallery, NYC
2014 MoMA Staff Show, The Museum of Modern Art, NYC
2014 Alchemy and Metaphysics, Trestle Gallery, Brooklyn Art Space
2014 Superfícies, Carbonera Museu, Girona, Spain & Big Irv's Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2014 NARTIFICIAL, Studio 109, Brooklyn, NY
2013-2014 Mythology and Folklore, Big Irv's Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2013 F is for Real, Studio 109, Brooklyn, NY
2013 Wasser Schöpfen/ZAGRABITI, HDLU Museum, Zagreb, Croatia
2013 Not For Sale, Greenpoint Studio Artist Collective, Brooklyn, NY
2013 Lacunae: Mai Rundgang, Halle 14, Spinnerei, Leipzig, Germany
2013 Ich setzte den Fuss in die Luft, und sie trug, Museum Lytkem, Leipzig, Germany
2012 Take Home a Nude, Sotheby's, NYC
2012 MFA Thesis Show 2012, Wilkinson Hall, New York Academy of Art
2012 The End is Nigh, Kraine Gallery, NYC
2012 SilentNoise5, Gallery Bar, NYC
2012 Tribeca Ball, New York Academy of Art
2012 The Pop-Up Museum, Proteus Gowanus Gallery, Brooklyn
2011 Quarterly Art Soiree, Webster Hall, NYC
2011 Take Home a Nude, Honoring Jenny Saville and John Richardson, Sotheby's, NYC
2011 BLK XMAS, Lyons Wier Gallery, NYC
2011 Nightlife, 2-person show, Keeley Gallery, NYC
2011 Single Fare 2, Sloan Fine Art, NYC
2011 Tribeca Ball, New York Academy of Art, NYC 
2009 First Annual Juried Student Exhibition, Gallery 101, Athens, GA. Juror: Julian Cox, Curator of Photography, High Museum of Art.

PROJECTS & RESIDENCIES
2021 Eric Fischl ’66 Artist-in-Residence Teaching Program, West Nottingham Academy
2019 School of the Alternative participant, Black Mountain, NC
2018 One-Week Residency, ArtShack Ceramics Studio, Brooklyn, NY
2018 Antiuniversity Now participant, London
2013-2016 Member of Big Irv's Artist Collective, Brooklyn, NY
2013 Artist-in-Residence, One-Sided Story, Spinnerei, Leipzig, Germany
2012 Curator, The Cupping Room, NYC

TEACHING & ART ADMINISTRATION EXPERIENCE
2021 Smithsonian Associates, Educator
2020-present Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, DFT Educator
2014-2020 MoMA, Petrie Fellow & Educator (Teen, Community, Access, and CUNY Programs)
2011-2014 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Studio Art Instructor
2011 New York Academy of Art, Teaching Assistant
2010 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Studio Art Intern

AWARDS & GRANTS
2019 Robert V. Storr Research and Travel Grant, MoMA
2018 Lee Tanenbaum Award of Excellence, MoMA
2018 Robert V. Storr Research and Travel Grant, MoMA
2015-2019 4-year grant-funded Petrie Fellowship, MoMA
2012 Richard Kubiak Memorial Curatorial Award 

PUBLISHED ARTICLES & INTERVIEWS
2021 Jacob Hicks. "Exploring Kaitlyn Stubbs' 'So Far in a Few Blocks' Exhibition," www.BeautifulBizarre.net.
2015 Stubbs, Kaitlyn. “Messy, Chaotic and Strange: Understanding the Value of MoMA Teen Programs.” Web Blog Post. MoMA Learning Blog. 2 Sept. 2015.
2015 Oriana Leckert. "Big Irv's." Brooklyn Spaces: 50 Hubs of Culture and Creativity. Brooklyn: Monacelli, 2015. 16-19. Print.
2013 Candace Goodrich. "Kaitlyn Stubbs." ONE-SIDED STORY, artist residency, 2012-2013. Leipzig: OSS, 2013.104-5. Print.
2012 "Kaitlyn= Dreamy Translucent + Layers," ARTGYPSY Tales, Interview.
2012 “The Walls Have Eyes: Horror at Kraine Gallery,” PUZL magazine.
2011 “…Nightlife: The Art Exhibition,” www.BlackBookMag.com.
2008 “House of Stone and Light: Lamar Dodd Gets a New Home in East Campus,”
University of Georgia Magazine.
2008 “Art Around Town,” Flagpole Magazine.
2008 “Artistic roommates transform house into exhibition gallery,” The Red & Black Newspaper.
© Kaitlyn Stubbs