b. Hartford, Connecticut
Lives and works in Los Angeles, California
BFA - Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
British Textile Biennial, Towneley Hall Museum, Burnley, UK
Tactile: Textiles & Radical Crafting, Art Share LA, Los Angeles, CA
Class Pictures, Zuckerman Musum of Art, Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, GA
SEXY X-MAS, THE LODGE, Los Angeles, CA
Interplay: Craft, Art & Design, South Bay Contemporary SoLA Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Point of Entry, Branch Gallery, Inglewood, CA
Relish, Joseph Gross Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
New Threads: Perspectives in Contemporary Fiber Art, Laband Art Gallery, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA
Stitch Fetish, Center for Sex and Culture, San Francisco, CA
Queer Threads Pop Up, Arcana Books, Culver City, CA
e:FRESH, Swan Coach House Gallery, Atlanta, GA
Queer Threads: Crafting Identity and Community, Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA
This Beautiful Tangle, Dalton Gallery, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, GA
Stitched Queer Baltimore, Middendorf Gallery, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD
Stitch Fetish, the Hive Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Hieronymus Bosch in the 21st Century, White Space, Atlanta, GA
Queer Threads: Crafting Identity and Community, Decker Gallery, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD
Common Thread, Museum of Quilts and Textiles, San Jose, CA
(De)Tangled: A Living Salon, Pelican Bomb, New Orleans, LA
Ritual 9, Blue Mark Studios, Atlanta, GA
Queer Threads: Crafting Identity and Community, Leslie-Lohman Museum, New York, NY
Walthall Fellowship Exhibition, Gallery 72, Atlanta, GA
Two Houses, Chastain Arts Center Gallery, Atlanta, GA
45 Seconds or Less, Ponce City Market, Atlanta, GA
Serving Face, Barbara Archer Gallery & Erikson Clock, Atlanta, GA
Poisons & Antidotes, Fallen Arrows, Atlanta, GA
JOCKAHOMO 1.5, Deity Arts, New Orleans, LA
Mondo Homo Art Show: Queers on the New Frontier, Arts Exchange, Atlanta, GA
Talent Loves Company, Barbara Archer Gallery, Atlanta, GA
Little Things Mean A Lot, Swan Coach House Gallery, Atlanta, GA
Mondo Homo Art Show: Mondo 5, Sous Whisky Marin, Atlanta, GA
Might & Magic, Octane Westside, Atlanta, GA
Exquisite, MINT Gallery, Atlanta, GA
Looking Back : Trudging Forward, B-Complex, Atlanta, GA
Mondo Homo Art Show: City Stories, Eyedrum, Atlanta, GA
Artists-in-Residence Invitational Exhibit, Hub-Bub, Spartanburg, SC
Replanting the Garden, Big Car Gallery, Indianapolis, IN
Mondo Homo Art Show: Mondo Politico, Eyedrum, Atlanta, GA
2016 Wesley Mancini Artist-In-Residence. The McColl Center for Art + Innovation. Charlotte, NC
2014 Walthall Fellowship Ossabaw Island Residency. Ossabaw Island, GA
2016 Visiting Artist. Maryland Institute College of Art. Baltimore, MD
2014 Adjunct Professor. Georgia State University. Welch School of Art and Design. Atlanta, GA
AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS, GRANTS
2016 Wesley Mancini Artist-In-Residence Grant. The Wesley Mancini Foundation. Charlotte, NC
2014 Emerging Artist Award. The City of Atlanta. Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs. Atlanta, GA
2014 Walthall Artist Fellowship. WonderRoot. Atlanta, GA
2013 30 Under 30. ArtsATL. Atlanta, GA
2013 Awesome Grant. The Awesome Foundation. Boston, MA
2012 Idea Grant. Idea Capital. Atlanta, GA
2007 The Bruce Bolduc Memorial Award. Rhode Island School of Design. Providence, RI
Casals, Gonzalo and Parness, Noam. Queer Holdings: A Survey of the Leslie-Lohman Museum Collection. Hirmer Publishers. 2019.
Alexander, Andrew. “commando.” WUSSY MAG. Spring 2019.
Feaster, Felicia. “Art review: The human figure is full of meaning in twinned Zuckerman shows.” Atlanta Journal Constitution. September 5, 2018.
“RELISH VOL. 2.” GROSS Magazine. 2018.
Wigintton, Brit. “Fiber Artist Aubrey Longley-Cook & the Queer Gaze.” Ampersand LA. February 23, 2018.
Nakano, Craig. “The Saturday gallery: Grandma’s knitting infused with fabulousness in ‘Queer Threads’.” The Los Angeles Times, July 1, 2017.
Looseleaf, Victoria. “Queer Fiber Artists Push the Bounds of Gender Norms.” KCET. June 12, 2017.
“Blikvangers.” Textiel Plus. Summer, 2017.
“WUSSY vol. 2 - The Fight Issue.” WUSSY MAG. 2017.
Chaich, John & Oldham, Todd. “Queer Threads: Crafting Identity & Community.” Ammo Books. 2017.
Cullum, Jerry. “This Beautiful Tangle” at Agnes Scott’s Dalton Gallery.” BURNAWAY. November 21, 2016.
Brantley, Rebecca. “In the Garden of Bosch and Cullum at Whitespace.” BURNAWAY. August 29, 2016.
“WUSSY vol. 1 - The Body Issue.” WUSSY MAG. 2016.
Ross, Laurence. “Tactile Fixation: An Interview with Aubrey Longley-Cook.” Pelican Bomb. June 8, 2015.
Vaccaro, Jeanne. “Queer Threads: Crafting Identity & Community.” Journal of Modern Craft, Vol 7, Num 3, 2014.
Darrow, Susannah. “Performing Representation: Documenting Drag.” artcore journal. March 1, 2014.
Cotter, Holland. “Queer Threads: Crafting Identity and Community.” The New York Times. February 20, 2014.
“Queer Threads: Crafting Identity and Community.” OUT, January 14, 2014.
Eler, Alicia. “Stitching Not Bitching,” Hyperallergic. January 16th, 2014.
Rich, Leisa. “Aubrey Longley-Cook: From Stitch to Stage.” BURNAWAY, January 2, 2014.
“Issue 3: SoHo (Southern Homosexuals).” Slag Mag. Spring 2014.
Hansell, Sally. “35 Portraits of RuPaul: The Drag Queen as Muse.” HuffPost. December 14, 2013.
Cash, Stephanie. “30 Under 30: Embroidery meets drag queen culture in the work of Aubrey Longley-Cook.” ARTSATL. August 4, 2013.
Alexander, Andrew. “RuPaul Cross Stitch Animation Workshop.” Art Papers, June/July, 2013.
Ginestra, Maggie. “Atlanta’s Art-Drag: 4 artists reflect on their inspirations, audiences, personae and plans.” Temporary Art Review. January 31. 2013.
“Ones to Watch.” The Atlantan. January, 2013.
“The Southern Issue (cover).” Atlanta Magazine. November 2012.
Prain, Leanne. “Hoopla: The Art of Unexpected Embroidery.” Arsenal Pulp Press. 2011.
Holman, Curt. “Memorial Gay with MondoHomo.” Creative Loafing. May 24, 2011.
Williams, Wyatt. “Aubrey Longley-Cook gives 'manbroidery' a name in Atlanta.” Creative Loafing. May 25, 2010.
Chaykin, Joan. “Lovely Bones.” Stitches Magazine. March/April, 2010.
Hicks, Cinque. “Mondo Politico organizers find new ways to celebrate visual art.” Creative Loafing. May 18, 2009.