EJ Hill
b. 1985
Los Angeles, California

Education
2013, MFA candidate, New Genres, University of California, Los Angeles
2011, BFA, Fine Arts, Columbia College Chicago

Solo and Two Person Exhibitions
2011, There is no I in it, Karen Bovinich and EJ Hill, The Hills Esthetic Center, Chicago, IL
2010, Us, The Op Shop 3, Chicago, IL
The End of One is Just the Beginning of Another, EJ Hill and Jessica Hoekstra, A+D Gallery, Chicago, IL
Solo Exhibition, Happy Collaborationists Exhibition Space, Chicago, IL

Selected Group Exhibitions
2011, BFA Fine Art Thesis Exhibition, Columbia College, Chicago, IL
ACRE, NEXT Fair, Chicago, IL
ACRE, MDW Fair, Chicago, IL
Columbia College/A+D Gallery, MDW Fair, Chicago, IL
Defibrillator, MDW Fair, Chicago, IL
One-Day Performance Event with Shaun El C. Leonardo and Michael Barrett,
LiVE WORK, San Francisco, CA
2010, Mugs, LVL3, Chicago, IL
X-TREME Studio, A+D Gallery, Chicago, IL
Version Festival 10: Infrastructures and Territories, Zhou B Center, Chicago, IL
Access/Excess, C33 Gallery, Chicago, IL
2009, Before Cake, After Dinner: Big Space, Columbia College, Chicago, IL
Art + Design Open House Exhibition, Columbia College, Chicago, IL
Global Print, Hokin Gallery, Chicago, IL
2008, Millefest, Quincy Wong Center, Chicago, IL

Curatorial Work
2010, Parking Space at Mischief Night, Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, IL
Basement Show, Parking Space, Chicago, IL
This Is Not For Sale, Parking Space, Chicago, IL
2009, The Twenty-First, Parking Space, Chicago, IL
Helter Sculpture, Parking Space, Chicago, IL

Selected Performances, Projects, Site Interventions
2011, HomeSchool Class Session, Collaboration with Matt Austin, Jeff Austin and Brandon Alvendia, The Storefront,
Chicago, IL
Corpo/Ilicito: The Post-Human Society 6.9, Collaboration with Guillermo Gómez-Peña and La Pocha Nostra, SOMArts,
San Francisco, CA
2010, Waiting for the Love of My Life, Northern Lights at Parlour, Chicago, IL
Crawl for Your Life, Muskets and Memories Civil War Era Reenactment, Boscobel, WI
Jam Session #69: Gender Fusions 6, Collaboration with Guillermo Gómez-Peña and La Pocha Nostra, Conaway
Center, Chicago, IL
2009, Suck and Blow, Chicago, IL
Unstable, Collaboration with Alexa Loftus, Chicago, IL
This is an Imaginary Border, Chicago, IL
Corpo Ilicito: The Post-Human Society #69, Collaboration with Guillermo Gómez-Peña and La Pocha Nostra, Stage 2,
Chicago, IL
Re: Growing, A+D Gallery, Chicago, IL
2008, Watermelon Dinner, Hokin Annex, Chicago, IL
Blind/Mute, Collaboration with Margaret McNulty, Chicago, IL

Awards, Honors, Residencies
2011, 18th Annual Hokin Honors Exhibition, Fourth Place, Columbia College Chicago
2010, ACRE Residency, Steuben, WI
Herman Conaway Scholarship, Columbia College Chicago
David Rubin Scholarship, Columbia College Chicago
17th Annual Hokin Honors Exhibition, Columbia College Chicago
2009, Pougialis Fine Arts Award, First Place, Columbia College Chicago

Lectures/Talks
2011, On The Cusp Art Conference, Panel Member, Columbia College, Chicago, IL
2010, The Art of Living, Visiting Artist Lecture, Jones College Prep, Chicago, IL
Art World Chicago, Parking Space, Panel Moderator, Sullivan Galleries, Chicago, IL

Bibliography
2011, Melissa Potter, Art Papers, “X-TREME Studio”, January/February 2011
2010, Lauren Weinberg, Time Out Chicago, “Roving Gallery: Parking Space”, October 28, 2010
Tempestt Hazel, Sixty Inches From Center, “Home in Chicago: EJ Hill”, October 17, 2010
Brandon Johnson, Zing Magazine, “Interview: Parking Space”, March 2010
2009, Claire Haasl, Chicago Art Magazine, “Helter Sculpture: Three Curators, Four Artists, and a Parking Space”, November
4, 2009