Jenifer K Wofford is an artist and educator whose work plays with notions of hybridity, history, and global culture, often with a humorous bent. She is also 1/3 of the Filipina-American artist trio M.O.B. Born in San Francisco and raised in Hong Kong, Dubai, Malaysia, and the Bay Area, Wofford lives and works in San Francisco. Her work has been exhibited locally at the Berkeley Art Museum, OMCA, YBCA, SJMA, Southern Exposure, and the Kearny Street Workshop. Further afield, she has shown at New Image Art (Los Angeles), Wing Luke Museum (Seattle), DePaul Museum (Chicago), Silverlens (Philippines), VWFA (Malaysia), and Osage (Hong Kong). Wofford was a 2017 recipient of the Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters & Sculptors Grant. Her other awards include the Eureka Fellowship, the Murphy Fellowship, and grants from SFAC, CCI, and Art Matters. She has been an artist-in-residence at The Living Room (Philippines), Liguria Study Center (Italy) and KinoKino (Norway). Wofford is part-time faculty in Fine Arts and Philippine Studies at the University of San Francisco. She has also taught at UC Berkeley, Mills, SFAI, CCA and SFSU. She holds degrees from the San Francisco Art Institute (BFA) and UC Berkeley (MFA).