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Jenifer K. Wofford

Jenifer K Wofford’s creative practice encompasses installation, painting, drawing, photo, video, performance, teaching and curating. She has exhibited locally at the Berkeley Art Museum, Richmond Art Center, Babilonia 1808, Southern Exposure, and Kearny Street Workshop, nationally at New Image Art, Los Angeles; Nora Eccles Harrison Museum, Salt Lake City; thirtynine hotel, Honolulu; and internationally at Future Prospects, Philippines, and Galerie Blanche, France. Her awards include grants from the Art Matters Foundation, UCIRA, and the Pacific Rim Research Program, as well as a Murphy Fellowship. She has undertaken artist residencies at The Living Room, Philippines; Skidmore College, New York; and Chateau de la Napoule, France. Wofford is the primary organizer of Galleon Trade, a multi-year international arts exchange project focusing on California, Mexico and the Philippines and is also one-third of the artist trio Mail Order Brides/M.O.B. She received her BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute, and her MFA from University of California, Berkeley. She teaches at California College of the Arts, University of San Francisco, and Diablo Valley College.