Curriculum Vitae


  • Masters Certificate in Material Culture and Public Humanities, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2019
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts, Columbus College of Arts and Design, 2005

Select Exhibitions


  • “Ubu Unchained” with Post Neo Absurdist Anti-Collective, Marginal Arts Festival, Roanoke, VA


  • “25 Hours for 25 Years of DCAC, DCAC, Washington, DC
  • “Softer, Softest”, Delicious Spectacle, Washington, DC
  • (Solo Performance) “Ambrosia/How to keep that School Girl Complexion” DCAC, Cuisine Des Artistes
  • “Marginal Arts Exhibition, MAF Gallery, Roanoke
  • “Ostara” MAF Gallery, Roanoke, VA


  • “StrikeWork” with US English Collaborative, Emerge Art Fair, Washington, DC
  • “Sleep Out”, Capital Skyline Hotel, Washington, DC
  • “Giant’s Picnic”, Cherry Blast, Cherry Blossom Festival, Washington, DC
  • “Lotta Art 2013”, School 33 Art Center, Baltimore, MD
  • “Chow Down!, Liminal Art Space, Roanoke, VA


  • “Festival”, H Street Gallery, Washington, DC
  • “Lotta Art 2012”, School 33 Art Center, Baltimore, MD
  • “Marginal Arts Festival”, Exclamations Gallery, Roanoke, VA


  • (Solo Installation)“Chimera Cuddles” Arena Stage, Washington, DC
  • “Lotta Art 2011”, School 33 Art Center, Baltimore, MD
  • “Labyrinth @MCCBR“, Marginal Arts Festival, the Taubman Museum, Roanoke, VA


  • “The Ohio State Univesity Avant-Writing Symposium”, Columbus, Ohio
  • “1460 Wallmountables”, DCAC, Washington DC


  • “Uncle Cory’s Art Show”, The Fridge, Washington D.C.
  • (Solo Exhibition) “First on 1st – Art walk Installation”, Pink Line Project, Washington DC


  • “Civilians for Obama” Civilian Art Projects, Washington, DC
  • “Civilian Quart Bag Show” Civilian Art Projects, Washington, DC
  • “Anti Festival” Post-Neo Absurdist Festival Gallery-New Brunswick, NJ


  • “Brute Salon”, Rutger’s University, New Brunswick, NJ February 2007.


  • “Immature Hour: Good times for D.C. artists with Peter Pan complexes” by Maura Judkis, Washington City Paper, Feb 2010
  • Dada Mama: Baroness Elsa von Freitag-Loringhoven paper dolls with a portfolio of individual and collaborative collages, Monocle Lash Press, 2007-2010
  • Various Monocle Lash Press Publications Including: Synapse and Appropriated Press 2004-07


  • Rare Books Collection, Curated by John M. Bennett, The Ohio State University, Columbus Ohio


Megan Chriss moved to Washington D.C. in 2006 after graduating from the Columbus College of Art and Design. She has exhibited nationally including with the National Cherry Blossom Festival, The Taubman Museum of Art, Rutgers University, The Arena Stage, and Civilian Arts Project. Megan has also worked closely with the post-neo absurdist anti-collective for ten years, an international artists group, and her work is held within the prestigious Rare Books Collection at The Ohio State University.