Joey P. Mánlapaz

Exhibitions and Special Achievements


2017
  • Brentwood Arts Exchange, Re-Location, Gateway Arts Center, Brentwood, MD

2016          
  • Juror, Strokes of Genius, Maryland Federation of Art, Annapolis, MD

2015
  • Finalist among 430 entries, Professional Artist Magazine Portrait of a Professional Artist Competition. June  

2014
  • Curator, Real Washington, Winter Palace Studio in Georgetown, Washington, DC
  • Juror, The Human Factor, National Exhibit, Fredericksburg Center for the Creative Arts, Frederick, MD
  • Artist Fellowship Grant Award, DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, an agency supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts

2013
  • Finalist among 6,000 entries, Artist’s Magazine 30th Annual Art Competition, Dec
  • Capitol Arts Network, 4th of July, Rockville, MD
  • Zenith at D.C. Economic Partnership, Inauguration Art Show by Washington Artists, Washington, DC

2012
  • Mánlapaz correspondence, personal papers, sketchbooks & show invitations archived at the U.S. Library of Congress, Asian American Pacific Islander Collection Division, Washington, DC
  • Painting "Side-by-Side" selected for Tunnel Vision: Permanent Public Art Installation at the Bethesda Metro Station, Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District, Bethesda, MD
  • Strathmore Hall Foundation, Inc., You Are What You Eat, Bethesda, MD

2011
  • Dorian Grey Gallery, You Are Here: Washington D.C., New York City, NY
  • Affordable Art Fair, New York, NY
  • Target Gallery, Masks, Alexandria, VA
  • Galery Plan B, Local Color, Washington, DC
  • Peterson-Cody Gallery, Group Landscape & Cityscape Show, Santa Fe, NM

2010
  • Curator, Realism Now: Cityscapes, McLean Project for the Arts, McLean, VA
  • Juror, Scapes: International Landscape Exhibit, Art League, Alexandria, VA
  • Juror, 2010 Open Competition for Solo Exhibits, Target Gallery, Alexandria, VA
  • Zenith at Chevy Chase Pavilion, Food Glorious Food, Bethesda, MD
  • The Art Registry at Hotel Palomar to benefit Dress for Success, Washington, DC
  • Plan B Gallery, INside/OUTside, Washington, DC
  • Red Dot Art Fair, Miami, FL

2009
  • Zenith Gallery, Food Glorious Food, Washington, DC
  • Arts Harmony Hall Regional Center, 20 Years: A Retrospective, Fort Washington, MD
  • Juror, 12th Annual National Juried Show (February), Gallery West, Alexandria, VA

2008
  • First Prize Award in Painting, Touchstone Gallery All Media Exhibition; Curator: Vivienne Lassman, Washington, DC
  • Small Grants Award, DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities

2007
  • Award, 100 Influential Filipina Women, Filipina Women’s Network, Arlington, VA
  • Finalist, Sondheim Prize, Decker & Meyerhoff Galleries of the MD Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD
  • Zenith Gallery, Food Glorious Food, Washington, DC
  • Wendt Contemporary, 6th Annual Summer Salon, Laguna Beach, CA
  • Bridge Art Fair, London
  • WPA/Corcoran, Turning the Page – Installment #5, Washington, DC

2006
  • Painting "Northwest Skyline" selected for Art Walk: Metamorphosis Public Art Installation, Washington, DC
  • Zenith Gallery, Our Town: Washington Artists, Washington, DC

2005
  • Featured Artist, The Urban Institute 2004 Annual Report, www.uipress.org
  • Artist Fellowship Grant Award, DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities
  • Warehouse Gallery, SEVEN, Washington, DC. Juror: Lenny Campello, Art Critic

2004 
  • Guest speaker, U.S. Library of Congress, Washington, DC
  • Grant Award, Digital Image Project with Tamarind Certified Master David Adamson, DC Commission on the Arts &  Humanities
  • Parker Gallery at Mickelson, Brittany Under William Woodward, The George Washington University, Washington, DC
  • David Adamson Gallery, Digital Prints, co-sponsored by DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, Washington, DC

2003
2002-’03     
  • Traveling Exhibition: Brown Strokes On  A White Canvas—A Kaleidoscopic View Of The Philippine-American Experience; Foundry Gallery, Washington, DC; George Mason University, Fairfax, VA; Philippine Center, New York City, NY

2002
  • Corcoran Gallery of Art, Faculty Biennial, Washington, DC

1999-2001 
  • Painting selected for Art in Embassies Program, U.S. State Department: Embassy in Fiji Islands, Micronesia

1998-99
  • Panelist, Organizations & Visual Arts Grants-In-Aid, DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities

1997-1998
  • Gallery K, Summer Show, Washington, DC
  • Moderator, Asian Pacific American Women in the Arts, The Asian Pacific American Women’s Leadership Institute

1996-1997
  • Corcoran Gallery of Art, Corcoran/Washington Project for the Arts Auction, Washington, DC

1996-98
  • Painting selected for Art in Embassies Program, U.S. State Department: Embassy in Manila, Philippines

1996
  • Philippine Embassy, Independence Day, Washington, DC
  • Gallery K, Scapes... land, city, mind..., Washington, DC
  • Panelist, City Arts Projects, DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities

1995
  • Award, Twenty Outstanding Filipino-Americans in the U.S. and Canada, Fil-Am Image Corp.
  • Washington Project for the Arts, Art Auction, Washington, DC
  • Corcoran Gallery of Art, Faculty Group Exhibit, Washington, DC
  • Corcoran Gallery of Art, Art Auction, Washington, DC
  • Northern Virginia Community College, Oil & Water Do Mix, Annandale, VA
  • Perry House, Gilpin Gallery, Gallery West, Prince Royal, Art of the Politically Incorrect, Alexandria, VA
  • Panelist, City Arts Projects, DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities

1994
  • Gallery K, Cityscape, Washington, DC
  • Gallery K, Summer Show, Washington, DC
  • Corcoran Gallery of Art, Art Auction, Washington, DC

1993
  • Corcoran Gallery of Art, Art Auction, Washington, DC
  • Zenith Gallery, Holiday Show, Washington, DC
  • Gallery K, Summer Show, Washington, DC
  • Office of US Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton (DC), Invitational, Washington, DC
  • Central Intelligence Agency, Group Show, Springfield, VA
  • Zenith Gallery, Creative Solutions: Visions for the Future, Washington, DC
  • Gallery K, Small is Beautiful, Washington, DC

1992
  • Corcoran Gallery of Art, Art Auction, Washington, DC
  • Washington Project for the Arts, Art Auction, Washington, DC
  • Sumner School Museum & Archives, Circle of Friendship, Asian American Arts Media, Washington, DC
  • Zenith Gallery, DC Scenes, Washington, DC
  • Artists Equity, Bethesda, MD; Members Exhibition, Juror: Patricia Tobacco Forrester
  • Artist Regional Multimedia Exhibition, Fairfax, VA, Annual Exhibition; Juror: Judith Zilczer, Curator of Painting, Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC
  • Gallery K, Small is Beautiful, Washington, DC

1991
  • Award, Outstanding Woman Leader in Art, Filipino American Women's Network, Arlington, VA
  • Certificate of Recognition, Philippine Heritage Foundation & U.S. Rep. Steny Hoyer (Maryland), "For significant contributions to the Philippine American Community & the Nation"
  • Mayor's Award, Outstanding Emerging Artist, Mayors Sharon Pratt Kelly and Marion Barry, Washington, DC
  • Gallery K, Small is Beautiful, Washington, DC
  • Gallery K, Back to Basics I, Washington, DC
  • Martin Luther King Library, Chinatown, DC: A Photographic Journal, Washington, DC
  • Office of Mayor Sharon Pratt Kelly (DC), Bicentennial Art Exhibition, Co-Sponsor: DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, Washington, DC
  • Greater Reston Arts Center, Reston, VA, Annual Exhibition; Juror: Komei Wachi, Gallery K
  • Art League/NOVA Fine Arts Association, Alexandria, VA, Annual Exhibition; Juror: Julia Boyd, Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art, Virginia Museum of Fine Art, Richmond, VA

1990
  • Zenith Gallery, Media Mixes at Zenith, Washington, DC
  • Office of DC Mayor Marion Barry, Scenes of DC, Washington, DC

1989
  • Partner's Gallery, Washington Artists, Bethesda, MD
  • Regional Multimedia Exhibition, Fairfax, VA, Annual Exhibition; Juror: Helaine Posner, Curator of Contemporary Art, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC

1988
  • Mayor's Award, Outstanding Emerging Artist, Mayors Sharon Pratt Kelly and Marion Barry, Washington, DC
  • Sumner School Museum & Archives, Tres Filipinas, Washington, DC
  • Office of DC Mayor Marion Barry, Asian Pacific American Art Exhibition, Washington, DC
  • Strathmore Hall Arts Center, Rockville, MD, Urban Landscapes; Juror: Mary Swift, Washington Review
  • Certificate of Excellence in Painting, NY International Art Competition, Jurors: Ellen Handy, Metropolitan Museum; Illene Susan Fort, LA County Museum; Walter Robinson, Art Critic for Art in America

1987
  • Finalist, Artist's Magazine, National Landscape Painting Competition, Dec.

1986
  • Martin Luther King Library, Highlights of the Year, Washington, DC; Jurors: Jacqueline Serwer, Assistant Curator of Painting & Sculpture, National Museum of American Art; Robert Stewart, Senior Curator, National Portrait Gallery
  • Washington Project for the Arts, Art Auction, Washington, DC
  • Dimock Gallery, Washington, DC, GWU Alumni Show; Jurors: Ned Rifkin, former Curator of Contemporary Art; Corcoran Gallery of Art; Jones Troyer Gallery; Francoise Yohalem

1985
  • American Red Cross, Hispanic Initiative, Washington, DC

1983
  • Veerhoff Galleries, Streets & Pathways, Washington, DC

1982
  • The World Bank, Philippine Expatriates in the East Coast, Washington, DC

1980-81
  • Artist in Residence, Manila, Philippines

1980
  • Dimock Gallery, MFA Thesis, Body Portraits of Women: A Search for Style, Washington, DC

1978
  • Graduate Fellow in Art, George Washington University
  • Training in Landscape Painting, Brittany, France