1995 B.A., Liberal Arts, Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, New York USA
1997 Internship, SEM studio for stone carving, Pietrasanta, Italy
2000 M.I.S., Masters in Interdisciplinary Studies, California State University at Monterey Bay, USA
2006-present Monkey100, Founder, Vancouver Canada www.mky100.com
2017 Solo Exhibition, Inhabited Lives, The Amelia Douglas Gallery, New Westminster, Canada
2016 Group Exhibition, 20th Anniversary Eastside Culture Crawl, The CULTCH Vancouver, Canada
2015 Group Exhibition, Pacific Northwest Art Annual, silkscreen print, The Adell McMillan Gallery, Eugene USA
2011 Group Exhibition, Open Print Show, silkscreen prints, Federation Gallery, Granville Island, Vancouver, Canada
2011 Two-Person Exhibition, Earth Month, hand-printed t-shirts, West Vancouver Memorial Library, Canada
2008 Group Exhibition, Lost Streams, installation for Vancouver East Cultural Center for Water Symposium, Vancouver, Canada
2007 Group Exhibition, Swell: Future Friendly Design, hand-printed t-shirts Pendulum Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
2006 Group Exhibition, Eastside Culture Crawl Preview Show, the CULTCH Vancouver, Canada
2006 Group Exhibition, Footprints Exhibition, Bag Habit sculpture, Roundhouse Community Center, Vancouver, Canada
2000 Group Exhibition, Memories of Women, painting, Gray’s Art Gallery, Seaside, USA
1999 Group Exhibition, Day of the Dead, painting, Cal State University, Monterey Bay USA
1997 Solo Show, Masks of Myth, leather masks, Johnson Art Gallery, San Luis Obispo USA
2010 Arts Innovation Program, Legacy Now Olympic Grant, Salmon Return, group show of multi-media installations at the Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site of Canada
2007 Strathcona Neighborhood grant, Neighborhood T-Shirt Project, Vancouver, Canada
2001-05 Messenger Theatre Co. NYC USA
Co-Founder, Co-Artistic Director
Created masks and puppets for all productions; grant-writing
COMMUNITY ART PROJECTS
2014 “Wish You Were Here”, postcard project to raise awareness of vanishing species.
Raised funds for Pull Together Campaign, Vancouver Canada(ongoing)
2008 Coordinated Strathcona Film Festival, Vancouver Canada
2002 “Seeds of Change” Groundswell Community Mural Project, Brooklyn, USA
Supervised team of youth in development of a mural in Sunset Park
2002 “Coming to Brooklyn”, Groundswell Community Mural Project, Brooklyn, USA
Collaborative project with Jewish Brooklyn teens, in honor of Brooklyn’s first Jewish Heritage Month
2001 “The Healing Wall”, Reciprocal University for the Arts Project, Monterey, USA
Developed traveling wall of remembrance in collaboration with local gang prevention organization
2000 “The Flowering of Hope”, Homeward Bound, Monterey, USA
Developed mural with domestic violence survivors
1999 “Sea Community” mural, Moss Landing Café, Monterey USA
1999 “Un/Bound” California State University at Monterey Bay USA
16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence
2014 Participated in Eastside Culture Crawl’s Studio 101 program. Led block printing workshop with Strathcona Elementary students. Vancouver Canada
2009 Taught block printing workshops for ATIRA’s Enterprising Women Making Art program. Vancouver Canada
2008 Britannia Outreach Secondary School, Screen printing residency with First Nation youth. Vancouver Canada
2004-05 92nd St. YMCA, taught art classes and a museum class at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, USA
2004 Young Audiences of, puppet making residency. New York, USA
2001-02 First Night Youth Outreach Program. Monterey, USA
2002 Santa Catalina Summer Program, taught drawing & painting. Monterey, USA
2001-02 The Lyceum, taught art classes grades K-6th. Monterey, USA
2017 Artist talk at Amelia Douglas Gallery, New Westminster, Canada.
2010 Guest speaker at Johnston Heights Secondary School’s Green Forum, Surrey, Canada
2009-11 Board member Eastside Culture Crawl, Vancouver Canada
1999-01 Community Liaison, Reciprocal University for the Arts Program, California State University at Monterey Bay, USA
Morrison, Andrew, “Everything You Need to Know About the Eastside Culture Crawl”, Scout Magazine, November 19, 2015.
Johnson, Gail, “Eastside Culture Crawl Artists Share Their Favorite Places to Eat in the Area”, Georgia Straight, November 2014.
Rebecca Aldous, “Animal Icons”, North Shore Outlook, April 20, 2011.
Miranda Nelson, “Vancouver Art Activist Wear Their Causes On Their Sleeves”, The Georgia Straight, January 28, 2009.
Michelle Sproule, “Shannon Harvey and the Messages of Monkey100”, Scout Magazine, April 2009.
Peter Birnie, “Eastside Crawl,” cover story, The Vancouver Sun, November 15-21 2007.
One Shot, published by Visual Codec. Juried book project showcasing west coast visual artists 2007
Vern Fisher, “An Artist and The Sea,” cover story, The Herald, Monterey Bay August 14, 1999.
Glen Starkey, “Masks of Mystery,” New Times, San Luis Obispo, USA , February 3, 1997