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

She is currently a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Art at Carnegie Mellon University and is additionally a core faculty member for the MFA program.

-> The Game: The Game won the 2018 Impact Award at Indiecade!
-> My solo exhibition at the Museum of the Moving Image was a pick for the Top Shows of 2018 in ArtForum by Johanna Fateman.
-> Interview with Leigh Alexander for The Guardian: A Podcast!
-> I did an interview for the Rhizome at the New Museum Artist Profile Series!
-> Essays on The Game: The Game in Real Life Magazine, The Creator's Project, SCREEN Magazine and Kill Screen
-> Interview with me in ArtSlant.
-> My work is featured in Mass Effect: Art and the Internet in the Twenty-First Century from the New Museum and MIT Press.
-> Paper Magazine selects Angela Washko for their BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE: 2015

Other Press & Writing
-> Tightrope Routines, my essay in FIELD Journal of Socially Engaged Art Criticism.
-> Creative Time Report: Angela Washko***
-> I was a corresponding writer for ANIMAL NY! See my articles here.

Recent Grants & Awards
-> Impact Award from Indiecade
-> Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry Fellowship
-> International Visitors' Programme, Het Nieuwe Institut
-> Franklin Furnace Fund Grant!

Upcoming/Current Exhibitions
-> Workhorse Queen, Museum of Contemporary Art (Tucson AZ)* solo
-> Open World: Video Games & Contemporary Art, Akron Art Museum (Akron OH)
-> Net Art Anthology, Rhizome at the New Museum
-> Feedback: Marshall McLuhan and the Arts, College for Creative Studies (Detroit, MI) and University of Windsor (Windsor, Canada)

Recent & Upcoming Talks
-> IEEE Games, Entertainment & Media Conference, Yale University* keynote speaker
-> Visiting Artist Lecture Series, University of Illinois - Urbana Champaign
-> Visiting Artist Lecture Series, University of Oregon