UNDER THE UMBRELLA
Therese was selected as the Summer 2018 artist-in-residence at Santa Monica's Annenberg Community Beach House. Her project, "Under the Umbrella," invites participants to discover water's hidden secrets, with a site-specific installation, art workshops, mobile scavenger hunt, and guided walking tours.
Therese completed a prestigious international studio residency in Stockholm, Sweden. By invitation only, the international program is sponsored by The Swedish Arts Grants Council, the national arts funding agency.
PUBLIC OUTREACH AWARD
The Pop up Water Bar & Happy Hour Therese produced with LAUR won 2018's public outreach project award from the American Society for Environmental History.
Therese's work with the Los Angeles Urban Rangers is on view at Museum of Art and Design in Miami through September 2018.
As a featured speaker, Therese shared her experiences, work, and thoughts on the future of Landscape Architecture with students at Cal Poly Pomona’s Masters in Landscape Architecture program.
THERESE IN NEW YORK
February 15-18, 2017
Therese headlined the "Art as Action" panel in New York for the annual College Art Association conference.
COOPER HEWITT MUSEUM
September 30, 2016 - February 2017
To celebrate the opening of "By the People: Designing a Better America" at Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York, a new exhibit featuring Therese's work with the Los Angeles Urban Rangers.
November 10-13, 2016
Therese spoke at National Humanities Conference "Humanities Partnerships – Meeting Local and Global Challenges" in Salt Lake City.
Therese was selected for L.A’s 2016 inaugural Public Art Biennial, “Current LA: Water,” as a featured public programming artist. Therese created, designed, and produced Pop Up Water Bar & Happy Hour with the Los Angeles Urban Rangers.
Therese's work on "Backyard BI(h)OME" with UCLA and Kevin Daly was honored with a Policy Merit Award by the Westside Urban Forum.
September 24-25, 2015
Therese was a featured speaker at Brown University's "The New Tour: Innovations in Place-based Storytelling"
Therese will share her innovative methods to promote environmental resilience through play.
As part of the Landfill exhibit, Therese reflects on this moment of Social Practice art in Los Angeles and its relationship to the city, with artist Robbie Herbst at Reading Ours micro gallery in Silver Lake.
The John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage invited Therese for a lecture to share her work on building environmental and social resilience.
For the Society of Architectural Historians annual meeting, Therese will participate in an invited panel on Architectural History and Place-Based Storytelling.
Public Space benefits public health! Therese's Portable Ranger Station is on view at the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta through April 2019.
PLAY WITH THE RULES
Therese was invited to speak at the annual ACSA conference in Milwaukee, "Play with the Rules."