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Exhibiting in "8edroom Zine Club" at Bedroom Gallery, Hong Kong. Organized by Angela Jang.

Opening October 13, 2018 "Outfit: Cameron Crawford, Micah Danges, Kayla Romberger" at TSA Philadelphia.

Ulises wins Best of Philly 2018 from Philadelphia Magazine :D

Excited to announce a Pew Project Grant for Publishing As Practice. Three experimental art publishers will activate the storefront space of Ulises in Philadelphia throughout 2018: Bidoun, Hardworking Goodlooking, and Martine Syms. Curated by Kayla Romberger with the support of Gee Wesley and the Ulises team.

Harlequin Creature 8/9 (designed by Romberger and Matt Neff) recently acquired by the New York Public Library.

Free For All: Free Press at the Institute of Contemporary Art Philadelphia. Repping Common Press for a live Risograph event, Jan 25, 2017. With Matt Neff and Liz Barr.

Exhibiting at "Body Has No Center," TSA Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
Sept 2-Oct 16, 2016. Curated by Ricky Yanas.

Exhibiting at "Lost in Transit," SOIL Gallery, Seattle, WA
March 9-April 2, 2016

Dec 1-6, 2015: Artist-Run at Satellite Miami
Exhibiting with Tiger Strikes Asteroid at Satellite Miami, the experimental arm of Miami Basel. Ocean Terrace Hotel, Miami.

Fall 2015: Lecturer, PennDesign at the University of Pennsylvania
Intro to Letterpress & Risograph (a primer on artists' ephemera) at the University of Pennsylvania, Fall 2015.

Vermont Studio Center
Awarded 2015 Residency Fellowship at Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT, January 4-30, 2015.

Spring 2015: Lecturer, PennDesign at the University of Pennsylvania
Course: Printmaking & Publications: Intro to Artists' Publications & Independent Publishing at the University of Pennsylvania, Spring 2015.

In Print
Invited to participate in In Print at Work Gallery in Detroit, MI; January 10 - February 28, 2014. An exhibition of small press publications, zines, art books, and experimental printed matter from artists who self-publish. Curated by Andy Gabrysiak.

2013 NY Book Art Fair
Avoid Dying at MoMA PS1 for the NY Book Art Fair at MoMA PS1, Sept 19 - 21, 2013.

Printed Matter
Avoid Dying, is available at Printed Matter in NYC.

The Bitters
Exhibiting Disaster on Wheels in the "The Bitters" at Whitdel Arts Center in Detroit, MI; August 2-24, 2013.

RE: Day Job (Don't Quit Your?)
Group exhibition at Work Gallery in Ann Arbor MI. May 17 - June 29, 2013. The exhibition brings together the work of 11 recent graduates from the University of Michigan Stamps School of Art & Design and Cranbrook Academy of Art.

Kelsey Museum of Archeology
The Kelsey Museum of Archaeology in Ann Arbor, MI, will host a solo show of work titled "100 Ways to Avoid Dying" this March 2013. Show runs from March 15 - June 16, 2013.

Rackham International Research Award
Romberger is a recipient of the Rackham International Research Award from the University of Michigan for her project "The Technologies of Paranoia: Object Based Perspectives on Survival", which will enable site-specific research of former WWII and Cold War era bunkers in France and Albania from May 1 to June 30 2012.


Images of Romberger's work, Disaster on Wheels and Untitled (Forest) will be published in the 10th anniversary issue of Versal, an arts and literary journal based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Launch party May 23, 2012 at BoCinq in Amsterdam.

Dunes Review
Work featured on the cover of Dunes Review, Volume 16 iss. 1, a literary journal based in Traverse City, MI.

Gwangju Design Biennale

Romberger will be exhibiting in the 2011 Gwangju Design Biennale in Gwangju, South Korea. As a member of the "Unnamed Design" team, she created a series of illustrations of government-sanctioned executions. The biennale, directed by Seung H-Sang and Ai Wei Wei, will take place from September 2 - October 23.

Read the Guardian Review here.

Co-curated with Alisha Wessler at Work Gallery in Detroit, MI. Runs Sept 9 - Oct. 7, 2011.
Featuring the work of artists Richard Mosse (New York/Ireland), Soo Shin (Chicago), Philip Topolovac (Berlin), Yumiko Ono (Tokyo/Prague), Ajit Chauhan and Val Britton(San Francisco).