Lucretia X’s CV

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Education

California Institute of the Arts, 2004 – 2006
Began my first novel as a thesis in the form of a zine
MFA, Critical Studies

New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, 1984 – 1988
University Honors Scholar
Graduation Standard Bearer
Alumni Service Award
Co-Founder, Support Against Sexism
BFA, Filmmaking

J. Graham Brown High School, 1980 – 1984
Senior Class President
Sisterhood Award (nominated by students)
Various academic awards (nominated by teachers)
High School Diploma

Prizes/Awards/Grants/Blurbs

Resource Management Award, The Art Institutes, 2016

Initiative Award, The Art Institutes, 2016

Finalist, The Money For Women/Barbara Deming Memorial Fund, with riot grrrl mixtapes, 2015

Awarded Art Institute of Pittsburgh funding for best-selling author and groupie extraordinaire Pamela des Barres’s Writing Workshop, 2011

Nominated as Outstanding Faculty by students, Art Institute of Pittsburgh Online, Art History, 2010

Nominated as Outstanding Faculty by students, Art Institute of Pittsburgh Online, Art History, 2009

Finalist, PRISM international Short Fiction Contest 2009, with “Pop Star Sparkling”

Recipient of UCLA Extension Grants for Fine Art Studio Extension classes: 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008

Honorable Mention from the National League of American Pen Women’s Soul-Making Literary Competition, Memoir category 2007 for “Yellow School Bus”

2nd Place Prize in the National League of American Pen Women’s Soul-Making Literary Competition Flash Fiction category 2003 for “Wet Shadow Mermaid”

Finalist for the Letters Competition for the Virginia Liebeler Biennial Grant for Mature Women 2003 with fiction “Wet Shadow Mermaid”

Honorable Mention from Red Hen Press in their 2003 Short Story Award contest for “Wet Shadow Mermaid”

The shortlist for PRISM international’s 2001 Annual Literary Nonfiction Contest with “MANHOLE”

Flyway Sweet Corn Literary Award 2001 for the nonfiction “Exploding Plastic Inevitable”

Publications

Memoir, “Are You Experienced?,” “Led Zeppelin II,” and “riot grrrl” in
“Let It Bleed: How To Write A Rockin’ Memoir,” edited by Pamela Des Barres
2017

Fiction, “Pop Star Sparkling,” selected for spoken word podcast #13 on Carole Giangrande’s biweekly program, “Words To Go”
2010

Fiction, “Pop Star Sparkling,” published by PRISM international 2009

Fiction to be announced, published by Kentucky Girlhood Project online
2009

Nonfiction, collection, published by Kentucky Girlhood Project online
2007

Lyric Essay, “Zilchy-Poo,” published in The Los Angeles Review
2004

Nonfiction, “Yellow School Bus” accepted for publication by The Sun
2002

Nonfiction, “Exploding Plastic Inevitable,” published in Flyway
2002

Poetry, “Skin Veil” accepted for publication by Poetry Motel
2001

Excerpts from my zine The Meat Hook published in Zines! Vol. 1 with a personal interview by V.Vale, V/Search
1996

Zines

My zines artfully express critical analyses of art forms from ancient to popular culture, including but not limited to the visual arts, music, and literature.

The Riot Grrrl Project, 1 book zine
contributor, collage, art, and writing
2016

Love Letter To A Feminist, 1 issue
contributor, “music notes are love letters”
2016

The Good, The True, The Beautiful, 1 issue
contributor, “A Grrrl’s Diary” art, “Love Letters To My Once and Future Self,” memoir
2015

Some Girls Riot, 1 issue
with my mother
2015

Touche, 1 issue
2014

The Groupie Gospels, 1 issue
2006

Ghost Author, 1 issue
2004

Absolution, 1 issue
with my mother
2001

Revolution Rising, 4 issues
as a co-contributor
1993 – 1995

eracism, 1 issue
as a co-contributor
1994

TVI, 4 issues
with Lucid Nation
1993 – 1995

riot grrrl, 1 issue
as a co-contributor
1992

The Meat Hook, 4 issues
1990 – 1994

Support Against Sexism, 9 issues
1987-88

Oral History Mixtapes/Aural Zines

Groupies mixtape zine, interviews on cassette. I conducted scads of interviews with notorious women (and a few men) about their rock & roll adventures for a zine with a mixtape. Interviews are with groupies, writers, and photographers. 2011-2017

riot grrrl Los Angeles mixtape zine, interviews on cassette. I conducted as many interviews as there are songs on a cassette tape for a zine with a mixtape. Interviews are with riot grrrls in Los Angeles @ 1992-1993. 2010-2017

Zines Excerpted as Primary Resources

“The Meat Hook” in:

Gender in the Music Industry: Rock Discourse and Girl Power by Marion Leonard. Vermont: Ashgate, 2007

Girls Make Media by Mary Celeste Kearney. New York: Routledge, 2006

Cool Places: Geographies of Youth Cultures under “The New Girl Geographies” by Tracey Skelton and Gill Valentine, eds. New York: Routledge, 1998

A Girl’s Guide To Taking Over the World: Writing from the Girl Zine Revolution by Tristan Taormino and Karen Green, eds. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1997

Film Screenings and Film Work

The Getty Research Institute, Daybreak in Joanie4Jackie collection 16 mm, color and black and white, 2017

Daybreak; Quinn; Loyola Marymount University, Grrrls On Film Festival
16 mm, color and black and white, ten minutes; video, three minutes, 2016

Lost Grrrls: Riot Grrrl in Los Angeles; contributing editor and archival footage, 2015

Untitled Films in Black and White, California Institute of the Arts
16mm, black and white, three minutes each, 2006

Selected short films including Quinn, Lou de Criss on Melrose
16mm, video, and PXL, 1995

Good Enough To Eat, the Los Angeles PXL Festival
PXL, thirteen minutes, 1994

Daybreak, Big Miss Moviola Chain Letter/Joanie 4 Jackie distribution
16mm, color and black and white, ten minutes, 1993

Daybreak, New York University Film Festival
16mm, color and black and white, ten minutes, 1989

Collections, Exhibitions, and Commissioned Art

Performance PowerPoint of “A Grrrl’s Diary”
solo performance, 22 slides of zine covers and riot grrrl art
Museum of Pop Culture
2017

“Led Zeppelin II”
album cover collage, exterior and interior
12” x 12”
Museum of Broken Relationships, Los Angeles, 2016

“The Meat Hook” and “Revolution Rising”
Carnegie Mellon’s Miller Gallery Alien She traveling art exhibition
2013-present

“The Meat Hook,” 4 issues
Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library: Duke University, Sarah Dyer Zine Collection 2000-present

“Some Girls Riot”
album cover collage
12” x 12”
Riot Grrrl Carnival,The Smell, Los Angeles, 2015

“D.I.Y. CatWoman”
comic book print, cat o’ nine tails
26” x 37”
Riot Grrrl Carnival,The Smell, Los Angeles, 2015

“D.I.Y. Wonder Woman”
comic book print, golden lasso
26” x 37”
Riot Grrrl Carnival,The Smell, Los Angeles, 2015

“A Grrrl’s Diary”
riot grrrl art: poster print of original art/text with found art/text
27 ¼” x 35 ¼”
Riot Grrrl Carnival,The Smell, Los Angeles, 2015

“I Want To…/Paper Bag”
original poem in black Sharpie on torn piece of brown paper bag
13 1/2” x 18” at longest angle
Riot Grrrl Carnival,The Smell, Los Angeles, 2015

“Delicious/Eat My Words”
Five pairs (set of ten)
acrylic, molding paste, lace doily, gold bonbon wrapper, Frederick’s of Hollywood Spring 2008 catalogue on canvas
6” x 6”
Riot Grrrl Carnival,The Smell, Los Angeles, 2015

“D.I.Y. CatWoman”
comic book print, cat o’ nine tails
26” x 37”
All Confections Are Bomb, The House of Gods, Los Angeles, 2015

“D.I.Y. Wonder Woman”
comic book print, golden lasso
26” x 37”
All Confections Are Bomb, The House of Gods, Los Angeles, 2015

“A Grrrl’s Diary”
riot grrrl art: poster print of original art/text with found art/text
27 ¼” x 35 ¼”
All Confections Are Bomb, The House of Gods, Los Angeles, 2015

“I Want To…/Paper Bag”
original poem in black Sharpie on torn piece of brown paper bag
13 1/2” x 18” at longest angle
All Confections Are Bomb, The House of Gods, Los Angeles, 2015

“Delicious/Eat My Words”
Five pairs (set of ten)
acrylic, molding paste, lace doily, gold bonbon wrapper, Frederick’s of Hollywood Spring 2008 catalogue on canvas
6” x 6”
All Confections Are Bomb, The House of Gods, Los Angeles, 2015

“D.I.Y. CatWoman”
comic book print, cat o’ nine tails
26” x 37”
Punk Museum Los Angeles, 2014

“D.I.Y. Wonder Woman”
comic book print, golden lasso
26” x 37”
Punk Museum Los Angeles, 2014

“A Grrrl’s Diary”
riot grrrl art: poster print of original art/text with found art/text
27 ¼” x 35 ¼”
Punk Museum Los Angeles, 2012-2013

“A Grrrl’s Diary”
riot grrrl art: poster print of original art/text with found art/text
27 ¼” x 35 ¼”
Art Institute of Pittsburgh Faculty Show, 2011

Selected artworks in various media
The Art Gallery, CA
2008, 2009

“New Growth Because of Rain”
Nikon CoolPix S200
dimensions to be determined
Mary Craik Gallery, KY
“Women of Wisdom” 2008
-profits go towards helping homeless women end the cycle of poverty by obtaining baccalaureate degrees

Selected artworks in various media
Women’s Action Network Online Gallery, 2007

“Ted Bundy”
oil on canvas
11” x 14” LexArts City Gallery, KY
Marriott Griffin Gate Hotel Ballroom, KY
Artists for Peace 2007 in collaboration with the Kentucky Domestic Violence Association
-profits go to end violence against women

“A Grrrl’s Diary”
riot grrrl art: poster print of original art/text with found art/text
27 ¼” x 35 ¼”
Louisville Glassworks, KY
Kentucky Girlhood Project 2007

Represented since 2007 by WomenArts, an online worldwide network of activist artists

Selected artworks in various media
Art’s Building, Jr., CA
1995

Selected artworks in various media
Macondo, CA
1993

At Large and Up Close

Curator and writer for Women in Art History compendium on Instagram, February 14, 2017 – present.

Contributing curator and writer to Women in the History of Art compendium on Facebook, November, 2016 – present.

Guest DJ about women who rock, Lady Jam’s Juice Box, 97.1 WXOX fm, 6.9.17

Producer, writer, editor, and host for segment on Carol J. Adams, vegan author, scholar, and activist, Feminist Magazine Radio, 90.7 KPFK, 3.21.17

Producer, writer, editor, and host for segment on Carolyn Mullin, vegan activist, Founder and Executive Director of The Animal Museum, Feminist Magazine Radio, 90.7 KPFK, 3.21.17

Writer and delivery of podcasts:
“The “F” Word,” about the four waves of feminism since Modernism through MetaModernism
“Popularity Contest,” about generational analysis from Modernism through PostModernism
“Write On!,” about composing creative academic essays
The Art Institutes, 2015 – 2016

Visiting Artist Series Founder and Coordinator, Art Institute of Pittsburgh Online
The Art Institutes, three times a year, 2014-2016

Writer, curator, and presenter, “Uh Oh! Odalisque: Counteracting Gender and Racial Bias in the Online Classroom”
The Art Institutes, three times a year, 2014-2016

Co-Founder and participant, riot grrrl writers workshop, 2013 – 2016

Contributing writer and co-host for year-end music special, Resistance and Engagement, Feminist Magazine Radio, 90.7 KPFK, 12.27.16

Producer, writer, editor, and host for segment on Pamela Des Barres, SuperGroupie and bestselling author, Feminist Magazine Radio, 90.7 KPFK, 11.29.16

Producer, writer, editor, and host for segment on Tanya Pearson’s Women of Rock Oral History Project, Feminist Magazine Radio, 90.7 KPFK, 10.12.16

Presenter, “Sabbaticals”
Virtual Faculty Conference 2016
The Art Institutes
May 10, 2016

Presenter, “English Live! and Creative Writing Live!”
Virtual Faculty Conference 2016
The Art Institutes
May 9, 2016

Guest Speaker, Evelyn McDonnell’s seminar, “Revolution Girl Style: Punk Feminism, Then and Now,” Loyola Marymount University
November 19, 2015

Writer, curator, and presenter, “Practical Magic”
Virtual Faculty Conference 2015
The Art Institutes
5.4.15

Panelist, “Punk: Music, History, Sub/culture”
UCLA
2.17.15

Visiting Artist, “Video Documentary and Feminist Activism”
Washington State University
1997

*Commissions List available upon request