Recently curated shows in the greater DC area include Reference at the Workhouse Arts Center, which investigated the ways in which artist-educators are influenced by Art History.
Boundaries, an exhibition of video work, investigated the real and constructed nature of space through geographic, political, and even metaphysical "boundaries." The location of the exhibition site, The Brentwood Arts Exchange, falls along the border of DC and Maryland.
On the one-year anniversary of the Women's March, Devine co-curated What Feminism Looks Like, a Nasty Women exhibition and auction for Planned Parenthood with DC artist Shante Bullock. With support from Art Watch, Devine and Bullock juried submissions from local and national women artists. The exhibition was hosted at the District of Columbia Arts Center.