Ashley Dehoyos

Houston, TX

Ashley DeHoyos is a curator, educator and cultural producer from Baytown, TX. She received her Bachelors of Fine Arts in Photography from Sam Houston State University and her Masters in Fine Arts in Curatorial Practice from Maryland Institute College of Art. She joined DiverseWorks in 2018 where she has curated and organized visual and performance projects such as Bayou City Be AllCollective PresenceFire and Movement by Jefferson Pinder, and Autumn Knight: M _ _ _ ER. 

Ashley has spent time working with non-traditional artists, activists, and cultural producers to explore the gallery as a space for cultural exchange and is interested in developing work that is site-specific and community-oriented that addresses cultural and social issues of our time. She is currently working on upcoming projects rascos asiaticos with Austin based artist, Virginia Grise and solo performance installation with interdisciplinary artists Sara Dittrich for Fall 2020. 

In addition to her role as curator Ashley also co-administers The Idea Fund, a Warhol Regranting program in conjunction with Aurora Picture Show and Project Row Houses and organizes the DiverseDiscourse Lecture Series.