Angela Washko is an artist, writer and facilitator devoted to creating new forums for discussions of feminism in the spaces most hostile toward it. She is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Carnegie Mellon University. Since 2012, Washko has also been facilitating The Council on Gender Sensitivity and Behavioral Awareness in World of Warcraft.

-> My work is featured in Mass Effect: Art and the Internet in the Twenty-First Century from the New Museum and MIT Press.
-> Several page spread on my work in China's LEAP Magazine.
-> Paper Magazine selects Angela Washko for their BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE: 2015
-> Carnegie Mellon University welcomes Angela Washko to their School of Art faculty.
-> Creative Time Report: Angela Washko***
-> I was a corresponding writer for ANIMAL NY! See my articles here.

Other Press & Writing
->I recently interviewed Ricardo Dominguez about the media controversy around his Performing the Self class (aka Fox News' "Get Naked or Fail")
-> The Hairpin interviewed me about BANGED.
-> The New Inquiry included me on their Gaming and Feminism Syllabus!
->Weird: I am the first artist to ever sell a video on Vine... Guardian Article.

Recent Grants & Awards
-> Franklin Furnace Fund Grant!
-> Rhizome Internet Art Microgrant.

I made [Flux House] Meeting Notes, a zine about my years spent at Flux Factory for their 20th anniversary.

Upcoming/Ongoing Exhibitions
->VIDEO OEDIV, Campbelltown Arts Centre (Sydney, Australia)
->Do Not Enter, Panther Modern (Online)
->Utopia Is No Place- Utopia Is Process, Usdan Gallery at University of Bennington (Bennington, VT)
->Geo-Necro, ADA Gallery (Richmond, VA)
->Shenzhen Independent Animation Biennial (Shenzhen, China)

Recent & Upcoming Talks
->Sex, Violence and The Female Gaze, X Contemporary Art Fair, Miami FL
->Feminist Cyberactivists Around The World, l’école 42, Paris France
->Women and Digital Culture/Jobs – Is There a Bug?, Cité des sciences et de l’industrie, Paris France
->Going to the Source: Performance and Negotiation in Polarized Online Spaces, Beyond the Page Public Programming, Temple University, Philadelphia PA