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Ashley DeHoyos
Instructor, Arts Leadership Program

Ashley DeHoyos received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in photography from Sam Houston State University and her Master of Fine Arts in curatorial practice from Maryland Institute College of Art. She currently works as the assistant curator at DiverseWorks where she has organized “Autumn Knight: M _ _ _ER” (2018), “Collective Presence” (2019) and “Jefferson Pinder: Fire and Movement” (2019). 
 
As an independent curator, Ashley has spent time working with non-traditional artists, activists and cultural producers to explore the gallery as a space for cultural exchange. She’s curated several projects and public programs, including “Journey to Aztlán” (2018) at Sam Houston State University’s Gaddis Geeslin Gallery in Huntsville, Texas, “Cultural Platforms for Resistance” (2017) at VisArts in Rockville, Maryland, “TRACES Ni de aquí, Ni de allá” (2016), at Area 405 in Baltimore, Maryland and co-organized “moonLIT,”  a non-binary and people of color pop-up zine festival (2017) in partnership with Coalition, Hysteria and La Liga zine founders at Space 2640 in Baltimore, Maryland.