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Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions

2018, In Times of Seismic Sorrows: Rena Detrixhe and Tali Weinberg, Center for Craft Creativity & Design, Asheville, NC

2018, Variations on the Theme of Loss: Emily Chase and Tali Weinberg, 108 Contemporary, Tulsa, OK

2016, It's Not Just About the Rain,  Guitar Shop Gallery, Oakland, CA

Select Group Exhibitions

2019

Documenting Change: Our Climate Past, Present & Future, CU Art Museum, Boulder, CO

Shelter: Crafting a Safe Home, Springfield Museum of Art, Springfield, OH (traveling exhibition)

2018

Way Bay 2, Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, CA

Art Now, Oklahoma Contemporary, Oklahoma City, OK

Your Mission Should Your Choose to Accept It, Mainsite Gallery, Norman, OK (collaboration with Rena Detrixhe)

New Now, Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, OK

Land S(c)raping, Living Arts Gallery, Tulsa, OK

Nature and Neon, Arrowmont, Gatlinburg, TN (Juried, 2nd Prize)

Shelter: Crafting a Safe Home, Chazen Art Museum, Madison, WI (traveling exhibition)

Shelter: Crafting a Safe Home, Ohio Craft Museum, Columbus, OH (traveling exhibition)

2017

Shelter: Crafting a Safe Home, Contemporary Craft, Pittsburg, PA (catalogue)

Grassroots, Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, IL

2016

Hangzhou Triennial Of Fiber Art, Zhejiang Art Museum, Hangzhou, China

(Text)iles: The Text is a Fabric, Earl and Virgina Green Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

 And Who is My Neighbor: Stories from the Margins, Earl and Virgina Green Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2015

FiberSHED, Marin Community Foundation, Novato, CA

(processing) - Bay Area Artists and the Archive, Worth Ryder Art Gallery, Berkeley, CA

Introductions, Root Division, San Francisco, CA (catalogue)

All You Can Be, Gallatin Gallery, New York, NY

2014

The Possible, Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, CA

The Reading Room, Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, CA

International TECHstyle Art Biennial, San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles, San Jose, CA

Berkeley Civic Center Art Exhibition, Civic Center in Collaboration with Berkeley Art Center and Kala Art Institute, Berkeley, CA

Annual Juried Exhibition, Piedmont Center for the Arts (Juried, 3rd Prize)

Inspire Artists Who Inspire You, Pro Arts, Oakland, CA

2013

Textiles Show, Art Factory, Paterson, NJ

Encoded Identities, SNAP and Dc3 Art Projects, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada  

MFA Thesis Exhibition, California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA

Creole Processions, The Luggage Store Gallery, San Francisco, CA

The Procession of Future Artifacts, Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, CA

MFA Now, Root Division, San Francisco, CA

2012

Knots: Textile Topologies, College Avenue Galleries, Oakland, CA

In Abstentia, California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA

John Baldessari: Class Assignments Optional, Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art, San Francisco, CA

Comfort, InFusion Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2011

Wherehoused, PLAySPACE, San Francisco, CA

In Motion, College Avenue Galleries, Oakland, CA

Artists in Residence: 1st Addition, the Textile Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY

2010

Disposable: Ciudad Juarez and the War on Women, Gallatin Gallery, New York, NY

Fuente Ovejuna, Thalia Theater, Queens, NY

re:make, Pratt Gallery, New York, NY

Chaos and Order, Gallatin Gallery, New York, NY

 

Public Collections

Berkeley Art Museum

 

Select Honors & Awards

2019

Tulsa Artist Fellowship, Tulsa, OK

2018

Tulsa Artist Fellowship, Tulsa, OK

Wassaic Artist Residency (1 month), Wassaic, NY

Caldera Artist Residency (1 month), Sisters, OR

Nature and Neon Juried Exhibition 2nd Prize

2017

Tulsa Artist Fellowship, Tulsa, OK

2016

Windgate Fellowship funded Residency (1 month), Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT

2015

Collins Foundation funded Artist Residency (5 weeks), Oregon College of Art & Craft, Portland, OR 

Lia Cook Jacquard Weaving Residency, (1 month) California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA

Penland Residency (3 weeks), Penland, NC

2014

Piedmont Art Center Juried Exhibition 3rd Prize

2012

Toni A Lowenthal Merit Scholarship, California College of the Arts

Textile Society of America presenter scholarship

Studio Assistant full scholarship award, Penland School of Arts and Crafts

2011

Artist in Residence (7 months), Textile Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY

MA head of graduating class, award for academic achievement selected by faculty, NYU

Gallatin Merit Scholarships, NYU (2009-2011)

2010

Studio Assistant full scholarship award, Penland School of Arts and Crafts

2009

Reynolds Social Entrepreneurship Fellowship Finalist

Merit Scholarship, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts 

 

Teaching

2019

Workshop Instructor, Sensing Climate: Digital Jacquard Weaving with Climate Data, in collaboration with ATLAS Research Institute’s Unstable Design Lab and Nature, Environment, Science, & Technology (NEST) Studio for the Arts, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO

2016

Lecturer, Storylines, California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA

Lecturer, Loom Logic, California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA

Workshop Instructor, Weaving Climate Data (1-day), Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA

2014 

Instructor, Weaving (2-week intensive), Penland School of Crafts, Penland, NC

2013

Teaching Assistant, Lia Cook, Weaving and Dyeing, California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA

2012

Teaching Assistant, Lia Cook, Weaving and Dyeing, California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA

Teaching Assistant, Hillary Steel, Ikat & Shibori, Penland School of Crafts (2-week intensive), Penland, NC

2011

Instructor, Silk Painting with Natural Dyes (4-week class), Textile Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY

2010

Teaching Assistant, Edwina Bringle, Intro to Weaving (2-week intensive), Penland School of Crafts, Penland, NC

 

Select Public Lectures & Conference Presentations

2019

Panelist, Conference on World Affairs, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO

2018

Panelist, “In Times of Seismic Sorrows,” with Rena Detrixhe (artist), Michelle Myers (activist, Center for Biological Diversity), and Jenny Dissen (NC Institute for Climate Studies) at Center for Craft, Asheville, NC

Public Lecture, "Variations on the Theme of Loss: Climate Change," 108 Contemporary, Tulsa, OK

2017

Paper Presentation, "It’s Not Just About the Rain: Materializing Climate Data as Woven Landscape," Session on Feminist Interventions in the Technosphere, College Art Association Annual Conference, New York, NY

2016

Keynote, Fiberart International, Pittsburgh, PA 

2015

Panelist, Conversations on Craft: Mending, with Jovencio de la Paz, Rock Hushka, and Mark Newport at Oregon College of Art and Craft, Portland, OR

Public Lecture, Lia Cook Jacquard Artist in Residence, California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA

Panelist, "Drought Portraits: Text, Data, Color, Pattern," Parched: Dry Times in the Golden State, California Studies Association Conference, University of San Francisco, CA

2012

Paper Presentation, “Making (in) Brooklyn: Producing Textiles, Meaning, and Social Change,” Session on Sustainability in Textiles, Textile Society of American, Biennial Symposium: Textiles and Politics, Washington, DC

 

Visiting Artist Lectures & Critiques

2015

Visiting Artist Lecture, Oregon College of Art and Craft, Portland, OR

Guest Critic, MFA Program, Oregon College of Art and Craft, Portland, OR

Guest Critic, Hardcore Weaving, California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA

2012

Visiting Artist Lecture & Natural Dyes Workshop, 2D Color Foundations, California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA 

Visiting Artist Lecture, Sculpture Senior Projects, California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA

 

Bibliography/Press

Zack Reeves, "A Delicate Act: Review of Variations on the Theme of Loss," The Tulsa Voice, April-B, 2018

Tenzin Tsomo, "Tali Weinberg: Textile Translations," Surface Design Journal: Shifting Landscapes, Summer 2017, pp. 20-26

Julie Chun, "Twisted, Knitted, Knotted, Stretched: The Second Hangzhou Triennial of Fiber Art," Randian, October 20, 2016

Leora Lutz, "Report: San Francisco," art ltd. September 2016

Evan Senn, "Translations, Textiles and Time Explored at Biola," Art and Cake (LA art blog), September 12, 2016

Charles Rosenblum, "In Review: Fiberart International 2016," Surface Design Journal: The Body Embellished Issue, Summer 2016

Stacy Nguyen, "(processing) digs into archives, tells new stories," The Daily Californian, Monday, October 19, 2015

Root Division, Introductions 2015 Catalogue, 2015

Root Division, MFA Now Catalogue. 2013

Popovic, Visnja, and Owyn Ruck. The Textile Artist's Studio Handbook. Quarry Books. 2012

Meng Brassel, Kate. “Fibers of Brooklyn: A Woman’s Work.” NY Arts Magazine. Summer 2011

Doan, Abigail. “Indigo.” Hand/Eye Magazine. Issue 6, Fall 2011

Maue, Joetta. “Thread Reviews: First Edition,” online feature, July, 11, 2011

Ruck, Owyn. “First Edition: Prepping for the Opening,” online feature, July 7, 2011

Doan, Abigail. “Good Work Opens at the Textile Arts Center,” Eco-Ecco. April 30, 2011

Schiller, Rebecca. “Celebrating Earth Day in Style,” Hand/Eye Magazine. April 21, 2011

Grady, Emma. “In Brooklyn, Join Environmental Artists and Designers for an Interactive Earth Day Event,” TreeHugger.com. April 21, 2011

Rodriquez, Isa. “Cochineal Revisited,” online feature, Textile Arts Center. December 21, 2010

 

Writing & Publications

 “Symbols of War,” Cooper Hewitt Museum Object of the Day blog, September 27, 2017

"Bodies on the Line," published in Text Means Tissue, edited by Francesca Capone, 2017, pg. 115-118

"Resistance," published in Love for Love Hate for Hate, edited by Beverly Acha, December 2016, pg. 68

Touring the Social Imaginary. PLAySPACE Catalogue co-edited with Gina Acebo. April 2013

“Making (in) Brooklyn: Producing Textiles, Meaning, and Social Change,” Proceedings: Textiles & Politics, Textile Society of America 13th Biennial Symposium. September 2012

“Notes on Place & Process: Mono Lake,” and “Notes for an Abridged Mending Dictionary.” CraftLab Journal, edited by Caroline Charuk and Nicole Markoff. Fall 2011

“Good Work in Progress,” curatorial essay for GOOD WORK Exhibition Catalogue, Published by the Textile Arts Center. May 2011

Thread and Roses, online feature for the Textile Arts Center on textiles and social change

·       “A Century of Weaving in North Carolina,” June 20, 2011

·       “Gandhi’s Homespun Revolution,” May 16, 2011

·       “Art and Activism for the 100th Anniversary of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire,” March 21, 2011

“Tracing Linen’s Lines,” online feature for the Textile Arts Center, Sewing Seeds Project, April 21, 2011

 

Curatorial Projects and Exhibitions Juried

2017, Juror, Thread Heads: New Bay Area Fiber Art, Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley, CA

2015-16, Juror, Fiberart International Triennial, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts and Society for Contemporary Craft, Pittsburgh, PA

2014, Juror, New Directions: Examining the Past, Creating the Future, Craft & Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, CA

2014, Juror, Textilities, Oliver Art Center, Oakland, CA

2013, Co-Curator, Ellemenopee, (Maysha Mohamedi Solo Show) for PLAySPACE

2013, Co-Curator, Conjuring Multiple Histories, (Sadie Harmon and Lauren Marie Taylor) for PLAySPACE, public practice throughout Oakland and San Francisco, CA

2013, Co-Curator, CatalystTransit, Ana Labastida for PLAySPACE, public practice throughout Oakland and San Francisco, CA

2012, Co-Curator, Pointless Show, (Arash Fayez and Christie Noh, 2-person exhibition) for PLAySPACE, Kearny Street Workshop, San Francisco, CA

2011. Co-Curator, In Motion, College Avenue Galleries, Oakland, CA

2011, Curator, GOOD WORK, Textile Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY

 

Additional Professional Experience

2013-2016 , Executive Director, Textile Society of America, Berkeley, CA

2006-2009, Program Officer at Global Goods Partners, New York, NY

2006-2007, Consultant, American Jewish World Service (grant-making and service departments), New York, NY

2005-2006, HIV/AIDS and Human Rights Researcher, Sanmitra Trust, Mumbai, India

2004-2005, Fellowship: Legislative Assistant, Washington, DC

 

Education

MFA, California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA

MA, honors, New York University, New York, NY

BA, Magna Cum Laude, New York University, New York, NY