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october 11, 2016 - january 29, 2017
Overhead and Under Foot: Contemporary Topographies on Paper
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

fall 2016
I contributed an essay, "I'll Be Seeing You" to Binder, Volume 2, published by Super Hit Press, Galveston, Texas.
Binder is available at bookstores including The Menil Collection Bookstore and the Marfa Book Company.

march 1, 2016
lecture at University of Houston, School of Art

december 2015
Houston magazine, Art & Culture Spotlight

november 21, 2015
Island Time artist talk, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston
Colin Hunt, Joe Joe Orangias, Kelly Sears, Hilary Wilder

november 20, 2015 - february 14, 2016
Island Time
Contemporary Arts Museum Houston
Nick Barbee, Josh Bernstein, Jesse Bransford, Bill Davenport and Alex Irvine, Jonah Groeneboer, Eric Heist, John Hodany, Colin Hunt, Autumn Knight, Nsenga Knight, Joe Joe Orangias, Grace Ndiritu, Zahar Vaks, William Powhida and Jade Townsend, George Rush, Victoria Sambunaris, Davide Savorani, Dan Schmahl, Kelly Sears, and Hilary Wilder

november 6, 2015 - january 7, 2016
A Lake Turned Inside Out (solo exhibition)
Devin Borden Gallery, Houston, Texas

august 12, 2015
lecture at Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts

september 2014 - august 2015
in residence at the Galveston Artist Residency, Galveston, Texas

may 27 - july 19, 2015
Galveston Artist Residency, Galveston, Texas

may 6 - june 20, 2015
Mixed Doubles
Devin Borden Gallery, Houston, Texas

april 2, 2015
lecture at Texas State University, School of Art + Design
february 27 - april 1, 2015
We Got Spirit, Yes We Do
Unity Gallery, Maharishi University, Fairfield, Iowa

november 20, 2014
lecture at University of Houston, School of Art

november 7, 2014 - january 15, 2015
Anywhere But Now
Wilton House Museum, Richmond, Virginia
Curtis Arima, Sonya Clark, Lisa Demagall, Michelle Florence, Susie Ganch, Titus Kaphar, Julie Malen, Jaydan Moore, Jon-Phillip Sheridan, Olivia Valentine, Ann-Marie Walsh, Hilary Wilder

october 31, 2014 - april 26, 2015
Walden, revisited
deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, Massachusetts
James Benning, David Brooks, William Cordova, Spencer Finch, Futurefarmers, William Lamson, Ana María Gómez López and Pamela Jordan, Jane D. Marsching, Michael Mercil, Oscar Palacio, Gina Siepel, Lisa Sigal, Jennifer Sullivan, Deb Todd Wheeler, and Hilary Wilder 

press for Walden, revisited at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, November 2014 - February 2015:
          Sebastian Smee, “The Ticket: Art”, Boston Globe (photo)
          Cate McQuaid, “Artists Show Poetic, Playful Takes on Thoreau at deCordova”, Boston Globe
          Andrea Shea, “Thoreau's Experiment In Simplicity And Solitude Inspires deCordova Artists”, The Artery, WBUR Boston

october 3, 2014 - january 15, 2015
Orphans in the Storm
Lovey Town, Madison, Wisconsin
Joshua Bienko, Chris Bostwick, Joey Fauerso, Andrea Ferrigno, Leslee Fraser, Todd Kelly, Dale Malner, Jason Rohlf, Gyan Shrosbree, Ellen Siebers, Geoffrey Todd Smith, Jered Sprecher, Laurel Suscy, Hilary Wilder, Karla Wozniak

january 17 - may 12, 2014
ReMap: Art that Explores New Terrain
1708 Satellite Gallery at Linden Row, Richmond, Virginia

Art in Embassies / US Department of State, Villa Richardson, group installation at the official residence of the U.S. Ambassador to the Holy See, Vatican City

december 7, 2013 - january 10, 2014
Winter Garden , Devin Borden Gallery, Houston, Texas
Nicole Phungrasamee Fein, Jay Giroux, Geoff Hippenstiel, Ted Kincaid, Paul Kittelson, Brice Marden, Agnes Martin, Margaret Smithers-Crump, Charles Wiese, Hilary Wilder

november 8, 2013 - january 10, 2014
FutureCast, curated by Ihrie Means, Artspace, New Haven, Connecticut
Bryon Finn, Sabrina Marques, Kevin Van Aelst, Lynn Palewicz, Stacy Fisher, Katya Kirilloff, Paul Duda, Noelle King, and Hilary Wilder

press for Futurecast at Artspace, November 2013 - January 2014:
          Diana Li, “Fear Climate Change or Embrace Its Beauty”, New Haven Independent
          Elizabeth Weinberg, “Heat Included”, Daily Nutmeg
          Christopher Arnott, “Futurecast: Art Whips Up a Storm”, Artscope, vol. 8, no. 5