Skip navigation
Theresa Rose


  • MFA Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
  • BA Tyler School of Art, Temple University



  • Institute of Contemporary Art, Imaginary Archive, Philadelphia, Feb-May 2015, Group
  • Wind Challenge, Fleisher Art Memorial, Philadelphia, 2014
  • Annual International Printmaking Competition, The Print Center, Philadelphia, 2014
  • Offerings: Stranger Party, Little Berlin, 2009
  • Ephemerality: 24 friends in 24 Hours, The Schuylkill Center, 2009
  • And nothing in between, Archive Space at Crane Arts,2008
  • I cannot remember, Little Berlin, 2007
  • Exacta, Art Around Gallery, Philadelphia, 2007
  • MFA Thesis, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 2006
  • Incredibly Thin, Miniature Spectacular, Pittsburgh, 2005



  • Co-organizer of the group Philly Stake who host annual “microgrant” fundraising dinners.
  • Founder and Organizer, Philly Stake, an alternative micro-granting program, 2010- present
  • Visual Arts Program Director, FringeArts, 2012-2013
  • Public Art Project Manager, Philadelphia’s Office of Arts, Culture & the Creative Economy, 2007-2012
  • Juror, Eastern State Penitentiary Art Installation Selection Committee, 2014
  • Panelist, Conversation: Local Action, Living as Form, Moore College of Art & Design, 2013
  • Panelist, MuralLab Series, Asian Arts Initiative, 2013
  • Artist Advisory Board Member, Mural Arts Program, 2011-13
  • Advisory Board Member, Tyler Gallery, Temple University, 2011- 13
  • Panelist, Hand-In-Glove Conference, Three Walls Gallery, Chicago, IL, 2011
  • Member, The Public Art Forum of Philadelphia, 2008- present
  • Chair, Visiting Artist Lecture Series, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 2004- 06



  • Knight Foundation grantee, $25K project grant, Operation Food for Thought, 2013
  • ArtPlace National Competition Finalist, Operation Food for Thought, 2013
  • Eagles and Angels Award, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 2006
  • Justine Cretella Scholarship, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 2005
  • Vermont Studio Center Residency Fellowship, 2005