RECENT ACTIVITIES:

Awarded  2018-2019 Emerging Arts Administrator Fellowship by the National Council of Art Administrators, August 2018- May 2019. 

Contemporary Landscapes, CICA Museum, Gyeonggi-do, Korea, November, 2018.

One Place Understood: Photographs from the Do Good Collection, Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans, LA, March 22-June 10, 2018. Opening reception March 24th 6-8pm.

                      - Photography in the American South Since World War II, panelist, April 20th at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans.

How Wide is the Gulf?, Gravy Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, February-March, 2018.  Press release for How Wide is the Gulf?

Landscape Revisited: Reexamining the Landscape Oeuvre, Sarah Silberman Gallery, Montgomery College, Rockville, MD, February 27th-March 23, 2018

Light Transcended, Cluster Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, January 6-27 2018, Opening reception January 11th 7-9pm. 

Picturing Mississippi: Land of Plenty, Pain and Promise, Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, MS, December 9th, 2017-July 8th, 2018

Do Good Exhibition, Rankin Arts Photography Center, Columbus State University, Columbus, GA, September 15-October 8, 2017.

David Wharton and Brooke White discuss curating the Do Good Fund exhibitions at OleMiss, Southern Studies Brown Bag, Barnard Observatory, University of MS, October 4th

Mississippi Landscapes: Places in the Land, Cook Gallery, Cook Library, University of Southern MS, Hattiesburg, MS, October 12—December 12

The Role of Photography in the South, Panel Discussion with photographers; Jill Frank, Jerry Seigel, David Wharton, Brooke White and the founder of the Do Good Fund, Alan Rothschild, University of MS, Gallery 130, Meek Hall, October 5th, 3-4pm

Due South, True North, selected works added to the Do Good Fund collection-February

The Deep South in the Global South, An Interdisciplinary Conference, Brooke White, Guest Speaker and Panelist, April 6-8th, 2017:

               - Artist Talk by Brooke White, Hilliard Museum of Art, University of Louisiana- Lafayette.

               - Critical Plenary; Politics of Location, Panelist, Cecil J. Picard Center, University of Louisiana- Lafayette