is a San Francisco Bay Area artist and teacher. She graduated from San Francisco Art Institute’s Dual Degree program, earning an MA & MFA, and is currently leading Art History and Graphic Arts courses at Bay Area community colleges. Her research-based, multi-media practice, fuses traditional printmaking with fiber art, collage, and installation, in works that address how visual culture and information technologies influence the production of gender identity. She has exhibited throughout the Bay Area and across the U.S. during her career as an artist and instructor.
Selected Press Features:
- 8/3/2021 Interview: "When Archival Bodies Collide: Rupturing Gender Through History" Written by Nic Rueth, Sixty Inches From Center
- 1/26/21 Showcase: "Whitney Humphreys Creates a Zine Series, 'Gendered Machines'" by Amir Saber Esfahani, Internet Archives
- 7/13/19 Exhibition: "Whitney Humphreys LAB MFA: Command Center," Locust Projects
- 2/2018 Spotlight: "Whitney Humphreys Student Spotlight," Immaterial Blog
- 12/8/16 Showcase: "Whitney Humphreys Artist Showcase," Paper Darts