​​Solo Exhibitions  



A Life of Rice and Bread. Saranac Art Projects. Spokane, WA.



Working With. Saranac Art Projects. Spokane, WA.



Group Exhibitions


Eye Contact. VOA Eastern WA & Nothern ID. Spokane, WA

Synergy: From Manila to Acapulco. Zhou B Art Center. Chicago, IL


30 Under 30 (Director’s Choice). Viridian Artists Inc. New York, NY


Terrain 11. Spokane, WA


Fibrant. Terrain Gallery. Spokane, WA


All that Glitters. Gallery One. Ellensburg, WA


Out of Print. Saranac Art Projects. Spokane, WA


Ten Years of Terrain. Terrain. Spokane, WA



Small Works. Saranac Art Projects. Spokane, WA


Eagle Made. The EWU Downtown Student Gallery. Cheney, WA


ACES Artist of Color Expo. Shunpike, Seattle, WA


Terrain 10, Spokane, WA


8th Annual Isis Women Arts Festival, Mokedo Gallery, Seattle, WA


GASP! Exhibition 2017, Emerge, Coeur d’Alene, ID


Desire Lines, Saranac Art Project, Spokane, WA


Drawn Away, Chase Gallery, Spokane, WA



Terrain 9, Spokane, WA


10x10x10Tieton 7th Annual International Small Works Exhibition, Tieton Arts and Humanities, Tieton, WA (catalogue)


Compulsion: BFA Senior Exhibit, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, WA


Spokane Women Arts Media Expo (WAM), Richmond Art Collective Gallery, Spokane, WA



Terrain 8, Spokane, WA


Dissections, Visual Presentation, National Conference of Undergraduate Research, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, WA     


Primordial Collision, Object Space, Spokane, WA



Public Art



BLM Mural. 244 W. Main Ave, Spokane, WA 99201



Spokane Arts Signal Box Design. 10th Ave & Perry Street, Spokane, WA


Spokane Arts Signal Box Design. Market Street & Francis Ave, Spokane, W






Grants for Artist Projects (GAP), Artist Trust



smArt Ventures Mini Grants Recipient



Saranac Art Projects Member



Spokane Arts Grant Awards (SAGA) 2017 recipient for GlitterCouch



Frances B. Huston Medallion Award for the College of Arts, Letters and Education, Cheney WA



Philip Grub Art Scholarship Award, Cheney, WA



Collaborative Projects


GlitterCouch, Spokane, WA (in collaboration with Brittany Decker, photograph GlitterCouch in regional locations, interview local artists on this portable platform)





Artist Presentation. ACES: Artists of Color Expo 2017. Seattle, WA.



“Copy, Paste, Repeat: The Appeal and Appall of Appropriation.” Student Research and Creative Works Symposium. Eastern Washington University. Cheney, WA. May 16-18, 2016.



“Dissections.” National Conference of Undergraduate Research. Eastern Washington University. Cheney, WA. April 16-18, 2015.



“Relationship Between Literature and the Visual Arts During the Seventeenth Century.” Student Research and Creative Works Symposium. Eastern Washington University. Cheney, WA. May 13-14, 2014.



Professional Experience


09/2017 - 12/2018 

Chase Gallery Curator, Spokane Arts. Spokane, WA


2017 - 2018

PR Officer, Saranac Art Projects. Spokane, WA


2016 - 2017     

Program and Communications Intern, Spokane Arts. Spokane, WA



Exhibitions Curated


Flourish, Chase Gallery, Spokane, WA


Connectivity | Matters, Chase Gallery, Spokane, WA




Everything Cheney, The EWU Downtown Student Gallery, Cheney, WA


Reflections of Our Times, Hatch: Creative Business Incubator, Spokane Valley, WA






Bachelor of Fine Arts (magna cum laude), Studio Art. Eastern Washington University. Cheney, WA


Bachelor of Arts (magna cum laude), Art History. Eastern Washington University. Cheney, WA



"10x10x10Tieton: A Juried Exhibition of Art." Tieton Arts & Humanities. Tieton, WA. August 2016.


Cullitan, Remelisa. “EWU Students’ Work.” Terra Obscura. Issue 3. August 2015.


LaRue, Jennifer. “EWU student present art in the 1st, 3rd dimensions.” The Spokesman-Review. May 7, 2015.  http://www.spokesman.com


LaRue, Jennifer. “Art Hour Interview.” KYRS Community Radio. January 26, 2017. http://www.KYRS.org


LaRue, Jennifer and Jesse Swanson. “Art Hour Interview.” KYRS Community Radio. May 26, 2016. http://www.KYRS.org


LaRue, Jennifer and Jesse Swanson. “Art Hour Interview.” KYRS Community Radio. October 22, 2015. http://www.KYRS.org


Lucchetta, Kristi. "BFA Exhibit demonstrates diversity." The Easterner. May 25, 2016. 6-7. http://www.EasternerOnline.com


Overstreet, Audrey. "At age 9, Terrain continues to showcase emerging artists." The Spokesman-Review. October 6, 2016.  http://spokesman.com


Overstreet, Audrey. “First Friday: Galleries welcome June with burst of a color.” The Spokesman-Review. May 31, 2018. http://spokesman.com


Overstreet, Audrey. "Local creatives get a boost from Spokane Arts Grant." The Spokesman-Review. March 5, 2017.  http://spokesman.com