2017 Art Gallery of Ontario / Here, Now, Then; and Exhibition Marking Canada’s 150.
Toronto, ON, Group exhibition, curated by Andrew Hunter and Anique Anton.
2017 Zalucky Contemporary / Onions, Life, and Hotdogs on Parade. Toronto, ON, Group Exhibition, Curated by Juliana Zalucky.
2016 Art of the Danforth / Living Rooms. Toronto, ON, Drawings, outdoor art festival, curated by Asad Raza.
2016 Galleria Shopping Center / Gallery Galleria / Toronto, ON, Fashion show for seniors, group exhibition, curated by Asile 4.
2016 Flux Factory / Fung Wah Biennale New York/Philadelphia, USA Group exhibition, curated by Sally Szwed, Will Owen and Mattias Borello.
2015 Stantec Window Gallery / Chromatone / Toronto, ON Drawing/installation, solo exhibition.
2014 Montreal Insectarium / Traces / Montreal, QE Drawing/installation, group exhibition, curated by Han Zhang
2014 Art of the Danforth / Bloom in the Night / Toronto, ON Drawing/installation, solo exhibition, curated by Jessica Vallentin.
2014 Huntclub Gallery / Pollinate/Illuminate / Toronto, ON Drawing/installation, solo exhibition.
2014 Xpace Cultural Centre / Toronto Harbour / Toronto, ON Stop motion animation, curated by Cameron Lee.
2013 OCAD U Graduate Gallery / Low Voltage High Starch / Toronto, ON Light installation, solo exhibition.
Community Arts Projects
2017 Davenport Perth Neighbourhood and Community Health Centre / Portraits of Davenport / Toronto, ON, A portraiture project with community members at DPNCHC.
2015 Waterfront Neighbourhood Centre / The Peregrine Project / Toronto. A habitat building project for the waterfront neighbourhoods.
2017 YTB Gallery and Images Festival / Pick it up, put it down Toronto, ON
A mobile screening featuring Tobias Williams, Alicia Mersy and Sara Graorac, Bonnie Tung, Toughguy Mountain and JP King. Curated with Humboldt Magnussen
2016 YTB Gallery and Katzman Contemporary / There is no outside / Toronto, ON
Group exhibition featuring Callum Schulster, Tau Lewis, and Luke Siemens. Curated with Humboldt Magnussen.
2016 YTB Gallery / The Complete Unknown / Toronto, ON
Group exhibition featuring Bonerkill, Britta B., Topher Kong, Sofy Mesa, and Wiliam Andrew Finlay Stewart.
2015 YTB Gallery / Escape Plans / Toronto, ON
Group exhibition featuring Katie Bruce, Paul Chartrand, Brette Gabel, Mary Grisey, Stefan Herda, Daniel Griffin Hunt, and Mary Ma.
2014 OCAD University / MFA / Toronto, ON Interdisciplinary Master’s in Art Media and Design (IAMD)
2011 Otago Polytechnic / BFA / Dunedin, New Zealand Major in sculpture, minor in drawing.
2017 Ontario Arts Council Exhibition Assistance Grant
2016 Ontario Arts Council Emerging Artists Grant
2016 Ontario Arts Council Community Arts Grant
2016 Ontario Arts Council Exhibition Assistance Grant
2016 Toronto Arts Council Community Arts Grant
2015 Neighbourhood Arts Network RBC grant for newcomer artists.
2015 Artstarts and Toronto Arts Council Platform A Microgrant
2014 Sustainable Design Awards, Finalist
2014 OCAD 3 Minute Thesis Competition, first place winner
2014 OCAD University Graduate Scholarship
2013 OCAD University Graduate Scholarship
2012 OCAD University Graduate Scholarship
2011 Dunedin School of Art award for excellence in sculpture
2017 Artscape Gibraltar Point / Winter Island Emerging Artist Residency / Toronto, Ontario
2013 School of Making Thinking / Summer Hiking Residency / New York, New York
Co-founder and Co-director of Younger Than Beyoncé Gallery - with Humboldt Magnussen
2017 Madeline Collective - How to Make Art for Bees produced by CBC and OCADUniversity, August 2017.
2017 Hampton, Chris, Van serves as roving art gallery for video creators in Images Festival Review, Toronto Star, April, 2017.
2016 Cochrane, Kristen, Get in Formation for Toronto’s Younger Than Beyoncé Gallery Review Amuse blog and Vice, July 2016.
2016 Lyle, Eric, Fung Wah Biennial, Review, Art in America, July, 2016.
2015 Peters, Diane, Now Open, Younger Than Beyoncé Gallery, Review, Toronto Star, July 2015.
2014 Mullin, Morgan, Younger Than Beyoncé Gallery, Review, Now Magazine Toronto, December 2014.
2014 Wray, Britt, Toronto Harbourfront, Review, Xpace Cultural Centre, February 2014.