1982 Explora: A Children’s Discovery Gallery, Albuquerque Museum of Art and History. Chief Assistant to sculptor Charles Mattox in the design, fabrication and installation of this permanent interactive exhibition. (exhibition brochure)
1983 Woodworks ’83, Downtown Center for the Arts, Albuquerque, sponsored by Albq. United Artists. Curator and Project Director. This exhibition featured local fine woodworking. (exhibition brochure)
1984 Ideas In Wood, KiMo Theater Art Gallery, Albuquerque, sponsored by Albq. Woodworkers Assoc. Curator and Project Director. This was another fine woodworking show.
1985 Kaleidoscope III, City Parking Garage, Albuquerque. Event Organizer. This was a two-day event on the roof of the city garage organized as a “happening” with performance art, mural painting, live music, and chain saw sculpture, among other things.
1989 Sculpture In Public Spaces, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, Project Director. The exhibition featured 31 outdoor sculptures and was an official event of the centennial celebration of the University. (exhibition brochure)
1990 It Happened on Planet Earth, Carol Sayer Gallery, Thoreau, NM, Visiting Curator. This group exhibition celebrated environmental consciousness.
1994-95 Peace Art Show: Atomic Synthesis and Social Fallout from New Mexico, USA. Curator and Project Director. The exhibition featured the work of 19 New Mexico artists who commemorated the fiftieth anniversary of the atomic bomb which was invented and first detonated in New Mexico. The exhibition opened Aug 6, 1995 at Mesa Public Library in Los Alamos, New Mexico. It traveled to the Oliver La Farge Library in Santa Fe, and the South Broadway Cultural Center in Albuquerque. Under the title Peace Art Show: Art from the Birthplace of the Atomic Bomb, the exhibition traveled to Gallery New Kuwamoto in Hiroshima, Gallery Gumino Ie at Nagasaki, and to the Hachiro Yuasa Memorial Museum, International Christian University in Tokyo. (2 exhibition brochures)
1998 Peace Art Show: Fifty Contemporary Artists from Hiroshima and Nagasaki, South Broadway Cultural Center, Albuquerque, Project Director. Twenty-three artists and family members attended the opening reception bringing gifts and letters from their respective mayors. The Hiroshima artworks were auctioned to benefit Refugees in Chiapas, Mexico. (exhibition brochure)
1999-2009, 2016-present, El Kookooee effigy burn, Lead Artist. This annual family event occurs on the last Sunday of October. The scary model is chosen from a children’s design competition sponsored by the local library. Volunteer artists scale up the design while adding political satire and social commentary. Attendees write their fears on slips of paper to be burned with the effigy. The Aztec dancers perform the blessing ceremony, the effigy is torched at dusk.