Excavating Myself & Eavesdropping on Your Future
University of Illinois at Chicago, Gallery 400
Closing Performance for Black Light and Make Room Exhibitions
August 5, 2017
Images from journal reading and Q&A portion of performance.
Rhonda giving public tarot card readings to volunteers from the audience.
photo credit: images from Gallery 400 Performance by Kiam Marcelo Junio.
Déjà Vu through the memory device
Chicago Home Theater Festival
At the Home of Bernardine Dohrn and Bill Ayers, Produced by Kamilah Rashied
May 18, 2017
A collaboration with Matt Morris
As part of Dinner Party, a five-course seated exhibition featuring scents, hosted by Mary Eleanor Wallace and Kate Sierzputowski
April 8, 2017
photo credit: Images from dinner party by Kate Sierzputowski
Excavating myself & Eavesdropping on your future
Hyde Park Art Center
Programming for Rhonda's solo exhibition, "A Modern Day Shaman's Hybrid Devices, Power Objects, & Cure Books"
April 24, 2017
Rhonda first performed Excavating Myself & Eavesdropping On Your Future at Hyde Park Art Center. See description of Gallery 400 performance above for more details.
Tarot Card Readings
Annual fundraiser for arts organization, Chicago Art Department.
April 9, 2017
An exhibition of installation artists and performing artists co-produced by Threewalls and Links Hall at Navy Pier.
March 9, 2017
Opening reception for y r u leaving where r u going, a group exhibition featuring Rhonda's energy grid installation
February 4, 2017
Governors State University, University Park, IL
Programming for Somewhere There's Music, a three-person exhibition centered around the work of Richard Hunt which also featured Rhonda's paintings.
September 9, 2015
After her artist talk about synchronicities throughout her art career, Rhonda read a selection of her personal journal entries about dreams and mystical experiences to an audience of Governors State art students and faculty.
An Interactive Project
6018|North, Chicago, IL
One Long Table
July 26, 2015
Rhonda was invited to create an interactive project that would engage youth during 6018 North's annual One Long Table event.
One Long Table connects neighbors through art, games, magic, spoken word, and international food.