Quentin Pace is a visual artist, librarian, and archivist working in Houston, TX. 




He draws and paints stuff. 

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Education

2018  University of North Texas, Master's of Science in Library Science (MSLS)

               Concentration in Archival Studies and Digital Imaging 

2014  University of Houston-Downtown, Bachelor’s in Fine Arts (BFA)


Solo Exhibitions

2019 – Who Is You?, Texarkana Regional Arts & Humanities Council, Texarkana, TX

2015  Abstract in Youth, MKT Bar, Houston, TX


Group Exhibitions

2022 The Big Show, Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX

2019  20th Annual Citywide African American Artists Exhibition, University Museum, Houston, TX

2018  The Big Show, Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX

2017  10" x10" Exhibition, Hardy & Nance Studios, Houston, TX

2016  The Big Show, Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX

                Best in Show, Box 13, Houston, TX

2015  DebtFair, Art League Houston, Houston, TX

2013 – Holiday Mini-MART & Party, Art League Houston, Houston, TX

                17th Annual Citywide African American Artists Exhibition, MFAH Glassell School of Art, Houston, TX

2012 – 16th Annual Citywide African American Artists Exhibition, Community Artist’s Collective, Houston, TX


Projects

2013Texas French Alliances for the Arts, Open the Door Project, Collaborative work with Michael Martin 

              (work later purchased by the city of Bellaire, TX)


Committee Work 

2020 - Present - Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA), Texas-Mexico Chapter, Treasurer

2020 - Present - Artist Advisory Board Member, Art League Houston 


Talks

2022 – Afrofuturism in Comics, University of Houston-Downtown

2021 – BIPOC Librarians: The Anomaly in the Academy (with Nimisha Bhat, Andrew Wang, & Lori Salmon) 

                Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) Conference


Honors & Awards

2013The Shipnes Scholarship for the Arts

2012The Shipnes Scholarship for the Arts


Publications & Press

2018 –  Betsy Huete’s ‘Big Show’ Top Ten of 2018, Glasstire

2015The Bayou Review, Vol. 28.2, Spring Issue, p. 92 - 95

2014The Bayou Review,Vol. 27.2, Spring Issue, Cover and p. 41

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