Curator: Synagogues of the South, Online Exhibit from the William Rosenthall Collection, College of Charleston (coming in spring 2022)

Curator: Romaniote Memories: A Jewish Journey from  Ioannina, Greece to Manhattan: Photographs by Vincent Giordano (Greek Consulate, NY; and Greek Embassy, Washington, DC;  (Fall 2019); expanded online ( through Queens College (February 2021).

Curator: Syracuse Writers and Words, Connective Corridor installation, Syracuse, NY (2020)

Curator: The Life of the Synagogue, Online Exhibit from the William Rosenthall Collection, College of Charleston (2015)

Curator: Just One Word: Plastics  (Syracuse Univ. Library, Sept 15, 2011 – Jan. 20, 2012)

 Cocurator (with Vincent Giordano): Before the Flame Goes Out, at Museum of Biblical Art (2008)

Cocurato (with Vincent Giordano : Before the Flame Goes Out, at Westchester JCC (2005)

 Contributor (essay) to Jewish Identity in Contemporary Architecture   Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam (and traveling) (2004)

Contributor to Jonathan Adler Re:Form, Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art , Congregation Rodeph Shalom (Dec 2004 – April 2005)

Adviser (wrote text), The Restoration of Tempel Synagogue at WMF Gallery, New York (September – November 2001)

Co-sponsor (through ISJM) of Shirley Moskowitz: Synagogues & Cemeteries at the Jewish Cultural Center, Krakow (Poland) and traveling (2000 ff)

Consultant and wrote brochure text for Urban Diaspora: Reclaiming Space at the Ann Loeb Bronfman Gallery at the District of Columbia Jewish  Community Center (opened January 9, 1997 and traveling)

Co-Curator (w/ Edward Aiken), Silenced Sacred Spaces: Selected Photographs Of  Syrian Synagogues by Robert Lyons, Lowe Art  Gallery, Syracuse  University (Sept. 13 – Oct. 11, 1996); Yeshiva                             University Museum, NY, (Sept 1997 – Jan., 1998); Klutznick   National Jewish Museum, Washington, DC (July – Oct. 1998).

Contributor, Jews in Arab Lands (Ruth Porter, curator), Beth Hatefusoth, Tel Aviv. (1996)

Curator, The Future of Jewish Monuments, a traveling exhibit organized for the World Monuments Fund seen at ten venues nationwide (1990)

Contributor, Gardens and Ghettos, the Art of Jewish Life in Italy, V. Mann, curator), Jewish Museum, New York 91989)