Community Development
Exhibition and Event Production, Columbia College Chicago
Co-conceived, designed and produced annual campus-wide exhibition and work-share series
College Arts & Media Career Development, Columbia College Chicago
Creative Industry Liaison, advising students and alumni in first stages of career development. Collaboration with academic departments. Working with sponsors.
Boardmember and Participating Artist, Homeroom Chicago 
Ten X Ten, in partnership with Spudnik Press, Elastic Arts, Constellation
Placemaking Murals
<elaborate on "placemaking," activation with art, collaborative aspects> Clients and partners include Marquette Park House, S2G, Brightwater, Open End, <others>
incorporate elsewhere: 
Mural, Brightwater: Center for the Study of Food
For 161217, Funderburk incorporated the center’s namesake, the Brightwater Apple, unique physical properties of the site, and the conceptual role of the mural in an abstract spatial narrative. In it, three-dimensionally rendered apples emerge from landscape, tumble toward the viewer, and graphically synthesize with the architecture around the building’s central corridor. From afar, the mural is intended to signal and draw attention into the “meaning center” of the Market District; and closer, convey a positive, place-centered sense of accelerating transformation and energetic cultural production. The title is a date code for the work’s completion, indicative of its singular, site-specific nature.