Beatrice Glow organizes PHP’s multi-faceted initiatives by overseeing the formation and implementation of long and short-term goals. She has project and production management experience in both non-profit arts organizations and startup companies. She is also a multisensory artist and has been named a Smithsonian Artist Research Fellow, LMCC Workspace Artist, and Fulbright Scholar. During her ZERO1 American Arts Incubator — Ecuador program and Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU residency, she co-labored alongside scholars and Indigenous communities to create new media projects “The Wayfinding Project,” “Mannahatta VR,” “Rhunhattan: A Tale of Two Islands,” and public installation “Lenapeway” to support a more informed public commons about shared struggles and environmental futures. She was a co-convener for Performing Asian/Americas: Converging Movements Workgroup with the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics.
Recent activities include solo exhibitions at Taipei Contemporary Art Center, NYU Institute of Fine Arts, and Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de Chile; and group shows at Honolulu Biennial, Park Avenue Armory, and Galeri Nasional Indonesia. She teaches Diasporic and Decolonial Art History, Theory and Practice at the School of Visual Arts MFA Art Practice program.