Invitations for Group Exhibitions
[1171] "The Shape That Is" Email Invitation, as part of Pacita: Through the Looking Glass Exhibit at The Esplanade, Singapore, March 2006
[417] "Philippine Exhibit", Martin Luther King Library, Washington, DC, June 2003
[608] "Brown Strokes on a White Canvas, 2003" Eight Filipino-American Artists at George Mason University, Arlington, VA and Harmony Hall, Fort Washington, MD, June 2003
[987] "Inspirations: an Exhibition of Original Work and Art Inspired by Tanglin's Visiting Artist, Pacita Abad", Tanglin Trust School, Singapore, January 2003
[422] "The Studio Portrait", A collaborative project by Carol Sun, Bronx Museum, New York, NY, July 2002
[420] "Spirited Faces: Painting in the Woman", Galerie Belvedere, Singapore, March 2002
[385] "The 9/11 Phoenix Project", a collaborative three mural-installation with local artists, Southwest School of Art and Crafts, San Antonio, TX, November 2001
[423] "Mask: The Other Face of Humanity", Sonobudoyo Museum, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, October 2001
[1178] "Dayak Burning", ASEAN Gallery Catalogue, 2001, July 2001
[978] "ARTSingapore 2000", First Contemporary Southeast Asian Festival, MITA, Singapore, September 1999
[426] "Handmade: Shifting Paradigms", curated by Tay Swee Lin, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore, June 1999
[427] "Women Beyond Borders", a traveling exhibit organized by Lorraine Serena, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Southern California, Akino Fuku Museum, Japan, Tin Sheds Gallery University of Sydney, Australia; Manly Art Gallery and Museum, Sydney; Gallery Saigon, Vietnam; Gallery One, Tokyo, Japan, June 1999
[428] "Global Woman Project 1999-2000", curated by Claudia De Monte, traveling exhibit in the United States, June 1999
[429] "Histories (Re)membered: Selections from the Permanent Collection", Paine Webber Art Gallery, New York, NY, June 1999
[430] V'Spartio (Very Special Arts), Artfolio, Singapore and Osaka, Japan June 1999
[1025] "Art Off the Wall & Into Your Lives ! - Pacita Abad's Door to Life", Singapore Art Museum Auditorium, Singapore, March 1999
[431] "At Home and Abroad: 21 Contemporary Filipino Artists", traveling exhibition to Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Metropolitan Museum of Manila, June 1998
[432] "Women, Institute of Contemporary Art (PS.1)", New York, NY, June 1998
[433] "Bayan", Metropolitan Museum of Manila, Philippines, June 1998
[434] "The Gallery Artists, Part 2", Brix Gallery, Manila, Philippines, June 1998
[441] "Book Art IV", Luz Gallery, Manila, Philippines, July 1997
[435] "New Asia Art", Hong Kong Visual Arts Center, Hong Kong, June 1997
[437] "Filipino Artists Abroad", Metropolitan Museum of Manila, Philippines, June 1997
[438] "National Craft Acquisition Award", Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin, Australia, June 1997
[439] "Talk Back! The Community Responds to the Permanent Collection", Bronx Museum of the Arts in Bronx, New York, NY, March 1997
[392] "Exploring the Spirit", National Gallery of Indonesia, Jakarta, July 1996
[421] "Brown Strokes on a White Canvas", The World Bank Gallery, Foundry Gallery and the Philippine Embassy in Washington, DC, June 1996
[444] "Memories of Overdevelopment: Philippine Diaspora in Contemporary Visual Art", curated by Pamela Baley, Cirilo Domine, Vicente Golveo, Catherine Lord and Yong Soon Min, a traveling exhibit to University of California Art Galleries, North Dakota Art Museum; Plug-In Gallery, Canada, March 1996
[395] "Twenty-four Flowers", Liongoren Art Gallery, Manila, Philippines, June 1995
[450] "disOriented: Shifting Identities of Asian Women in America", curated by Margo Machida Steinbaum Krauss Gallery and Henry Street Settlement Abrams Art Center, New York, NY, June 1995
[465] "First International Print Bienale", curated by Huang Tsai-lang, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan, June 1995
[448] "Contemporary Art of the Non-Aligned Countries", curated by G. Sheikh, T.K. Sabapathy, A. Poshyananda and Jim Supangkat, National Gallery of Indonesia, Jakarta, April 1995
[445] "Looking at Ourselves: The American Portrait", curated by Laura Vookles Hudson River Museum of Westchester, New York, NY, February 1995
[447] "Defining Ourselves: Expressions of Diversity", curated by Anna Fariello, Radford University Galleries, Radford, VA, February 1995
[455] "Women's Spirit" with Pacita Abad, Hung Liu, Amalia Mesa-Bains, Howardena Pindell, Joyce Scott, Bomani Gallery, San Francisco, CA, October 1994
[400] "Assaulting the Deep Sea", curated by Deborah McCleod, Peninsula Fine Arts, Newport News, VA, July 1994
[451] "Beyond the Borders: Art by Recent Immigrants", curated by Betti Sue Hertz Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York, NY, February 1994
[452] "Asia/America: Identities in Contemporary Asian American Art", curated by Margo Machida and organized by the Asia Society Galleries, New York, traveling to the Tacoma Art Museum, Washington; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; Honolulu Academy of Fine Arts, Hawaii; Center for the Arts at Yerba Buena, San Francisco MIT List Visual Arts Center, Massachusetts and Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, Texas (catalogue), February 1994
[1026] "Natural Histories: Works from the Rutgers Center for Innovative Printmaking", Pyramid Atlantic, Riverdale, MD, February 1994
[454] "TOUCH, Beyond the Visual", curated by Angela Adams and Paula Owen, a traveling exhibitions organized by the Hand Workshop, Richmond, VA to include Sawtooth Center for the Visual Arts, Winston-Salem, NC; Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History, Danville, VA; Piedmont Arts Association, Martinsville, VA, June 1993
[1092] "Art to Art: Expressions of Asian American Women", USA, June 1993
[1835] "Gallery/Workshop" Exhibit,16th Street studio, Washington DC, April 1993
[456] "Washington Project for the Arts at the Hemicycle", curated by Marilyn Zeitlin Alan Prokop, Judy Jashinsky and Sammy Hoi, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, July 1992
[457] "Crossing Over/Changing Places", curated by Jane Farmer and Helen Frederick, sponsored by USIA, a traveling exhibit in the United States and Europe including Zagreb Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb; Helsinki City Art Kunstmuseum, Denmark; National Gallery of Art, Athens; Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, June 1992
[1551] "G. Street Fabric", Rockville, MD, March 1992
[446] "Eight Paths to a Journey: Cultural Identity and the Immigration Experience", curated by Mel Watkin, The Ellipse Arts Center, Arlington, VA, October 1991
[458] "Fiber: The State of the Art", curated by Rebecca Stevens, Meyerhoff Gallery, Maryland Institute and College of Art, Baltimore, MD, June 1991
[1675] "Asian Art", Strathmore Hall Art Center, North Bethesda, MD, September 5 - October 19, 1991
[1684] "Creative Threads: Selected works by four Washington artists", Group exhibition at the the Mayor's Mini Art Gallery in Washington, DC, August 1990
[1680] "Images '90", Group Exhibition, Asia Pacific Americans in the Visual Arts, Group Exhibition at The Charles Sumner School Museum and Archives, Washington, DC, May 1990
[1682] "The Race: Do we get there at the same time?", Group exhibition at School 33 Art Center, Baltimore, MD, February 1990
[460] "Day of the Dead (Dia de los muertos)", curated by Geno Rodriguez, Alternative Museum, New York, NY, September 1989
[1558] "Trapunto Paintings", Group exhibition with Paul Tanedo, Martin Luther King Library Washington, DC, June 1989
[1686] "Asia Pacific American Images '89", Group exhibition at the District Building, Washington, DC, May 1989
[1670] "Lola Ita's Tales of Enchantments" costume design, sponsored by Amauan, Applecore Theater in New York, NY, December 1988
[461] "Art for Africa", curated by Andre Parinaud, traveling exhibition to museums in Paris, Oslo, Cologne, Algiers, London and Rome, October 1988
[462] "International Contemporary Painting Exhibition, Commemorative Exhibition of the 24th Seoul Olympic Games - Seoul Olympiad of Art", curated by Ante Glibota, Pierre Restany, Thomas Messer and Uske Nakaharan, National Museum of Contemporary Art in Seoul, Korea, August 1988
[405] "Asian Abstractions", Boston City Hall, Boston, MA, June 1988
[1837] "Tres Filipinas - Three Filipino Women Artists" invitation, Sumner School Museum and Archives, Washington, DC , June 1988
[464] "UNESCO: 40 Years, 40 Countries, 40 Artists", curated by Andre Parinaud traveling exhibit in museums of 40 member countries, November 1986
[463] "La Bienal de la Habana", Museo Nacional de Belles Artes, Habana, Cuba, June 1986
[466] "Asian Art Biennale", curated by Syed Jahangir, National Museum, Dhaka, Bangladesh, June 1986
[467] "Second Contemporary Asian Art Show", curated by Nonon Padilla, Fukuoka Art Museum, Japan, November 1985
[468] "Three Faces in Philippine Art", curated by Rod Paras-Perez, BMW Gallery, Munich, Germany, September 1985
[469] "Sino-Filipino Modern Art", Asia World Hotel, Taipei, Taiwan, September 1984
[470] "Association of South East Asian Countries", curated by Rod Paras-Perez, a traveling exhibition to museums in South East Asian countries, June 1984
[1836] "Faces" invitation, Clark Gallery, Lincoln, MA, June 1982, June 1982