PJ Policarpio

PJ Gubatina Policarpio is a curator, educator, programmer and community organizer. With over 10 years of experience in curatorial practice, museum education, public programming, and art administration, PJ has led rigorous, innovative, and intentional exhibitions, programs and initiatives that engage artists, students, and communities of all kinds. PJ has organized exhibitions and programming including "Notes for Tomorrow" (Independent Curators International, 2021-Present), "Notes on Cultural Evidence"(slash art, 2023), "Conversations on Carlos Villa: World-Making and Cross-Cultural Solidarity" (Asian Art Museum, 2022), "Tarsal by Metatarsal" (Headlands Center for the Arts, 2021), "Solidarity Struggle Victory" (Southern Exposure, 2019), "Rally: Queer Art and Activism Now" (Dixon Place, 2017), bringing together artists, writers, poets, scholars, activists and collectives. PJ is co-founder of Pilipinx American Library, an itinerant library and programming platform dedicated to diasporic Filipinx perspectives. His publications are in the collection of the Thomas J. Watson Library at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Born in the Philippines, PJ immigrated to the United States in his early teens.

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