Artist in Residence, Bemis Center. Omaha, Nebraska.
i sink beneath the storm (black notes: a collection of teeth) .University Art Galleries. University of California, Irvine.
2019 Southern Constellations Fellowship Exhibition. NC A&T University. Curated by Jessica Gaynelle Moss. January 10 - January 28, 2019.
Dedalus Foundation MFA Fellowship Nominee.
Four Women. Quotidien. Los Angeles, California. Curated by jill moniz. Opening: September 9, 2-6pm, closing October 22.
Challenger Deep. Garden LA. Los Angeles, California. Sept. 1-October 14.
Artist in residence, SOMA Summer. Mexico City, Mexico.
Dean's Dissertation Fellowship recipient for Summer Research, UC-Irvine.
Dean's Scholarship. Claire Trevor School of Art. UC-Irvine.
Associate Artist, Residency #169 with Terrance Hayes at Atlantic Center for the Arts.
Participating artist, Session 2: Capturing the Transitory, Pilchuck Glass School with merit scholarship
Present Tense. Irvine Fine Arts Center. Irvine, CA. April 27-May 26th.
Awarded UC MEXUS research grant
Awarded Medici Circle Scholarship
Individual Artist Grant (category: photography), Puffin Foundation
SoCal MFA Exhibition 2018. Millard Sheets Art Center. Pomona, CA. Juried by Howard N. Fox. March 24th- June 2nd, 2018
Positive/Negative 33. East Tennessee University. Johnson, Tennessee. Juried by Margaret Winslow, Curator of Contemporary Art at the Delaware Art Museum. March 1 to April 6, 2018.
Essay, "the thing left there to pick up," commissioned for the exhibition Jamal Cyrus x Jamire Williams: Boogaloo & The Midnite Hour at Lawndale Art Center, Houston, Texas. link
Sustainability and the Public Good. California State University-LA Fine Art Gallery. January 25, 2018 -February 24, 2018
The Great Compromise. UC Irvine Art Galleries. Irvine, CA. February 24, 2018- March 17, 2018.
Of Darkness: Of Risk. published in Not That but This. link.
Participating writer in January issue of What's the New News., a community-based project organized by Nathaniel Donnett as part of Project Row Houses' Project/Site, a new temporary public art commission based program.
October /November 2017
Featured in Issue 6 of Spook magazine. link.
"In Conversation with Jared Sexton," by Virginia Arce and Charisse Pearlina Weston in Haunt Journal of Art, vol. 4. link.
can you feel the siren. 'Days,' Los Angeles. October 29th, November 5th, November 12th and November 19th, 5-7. Organized by Meital Yaniv and Nora Beckman.
maybe all of us at once. The Los Angeles Contemporary Archive. Sunday, July 30th, 4-6:30pm.
Sing the Body at CB1 Gallery in Los Angeles, CA--opening June 3. Curated by Soo Kim and Virginia Teresa Arce.
Awarded Juror's Choice Award by Anthony Graham (Assistant Curator, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego) at Southern California/Baja Biennial. San Diego Institute of Art.
Experimental Music Performance: "May with Charisse Pearlina Weston" at the Station Museum. December 17th, 2pm. Part of Bayoudiversity, a project by Alabama Song in conjunction with the exhibition Friendly Fire.
Southern California/Baja California Biennial. San Diego Institute of Art. On view: December 10th to January 29th.
Poems “On Sinking” and “Interlude” will appear in PVR 10. Pomona Valley Review. Issue 10. published by California State Polytechnic University.
Southern Constellations Fellow and Artist in Residence at Elsewhere Museum in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Associate Artist at Atlantic Center for the Arts: Residency 162 with Master Artist Dana Hoey.
Selected as a grant recipient for the Dallas Museum of Art's Arch and Anne Giles Kimbrough Fund.
In residence at Vermont Studio Center - B Session.
Installation, The Red Book of Houston, reviewed in Arts and Culture Texas.
Selected as a recipient of a 2015 Individual Artist Award from the Santo Foundation!
Selected as one of five Artadia awardees!
Selected as 2015 Artadia finalist!
Performance featured in Voices Breaking Boundaries Borderlines Vol: 2 publication.
Installation "Red Book of Houston: A Compendium of the New Black Metropolis" on view at Project Row Houses as part of Round 43: Small Business/Big Change: Economic Perspectives from Artists and Artrepreneurs until February 28.