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Whitney Deatherage

Whitney Deatherage

area: Curator, Installation

Photo: Gerard Fajardo

Key Facts




Curator, Installation


San Francisco

recommending institution


time period

November 2014 - December 2014

Whitney is an artist, curator, fundraiser, and event organizer based in San Francisco. Her main interests are urban gaming, community building, civic infrastructure, performance art, and robotics.
Whitney has a degree in Public Art and Museum Studies from California State University at Monterey Bay. She designed a permanent exhibit for the Museum of Monterey on the USS Macon, a Navy spy dirigible and the world's largest helium-filled airship, which crashed in Monterey Bay in 01935. 


As producer and curator of Roboexotica, I will help create an interactive experience for the guests, encouraging participation beyond a standard exhibition.

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