2016 B.A. Art Practice & English - University of California, Berkeley


2019: when you lay your body on mine, CounterPulse, San Francisco, CA

2018: cosmologies of care, Merced College Art Gallery, Merced, CA

2016: Savage Seductions, Kroeber Hall Atrium, Berkeley, CA




Introductions, Root Division, San Francisco, CA

Queer Eyes, Office of Senator Scott Weiner, San Francisco, CA

Innerspace: The Annual CounterPulse Gala, CounterPulse, San Francisco, CA

6th Annual Juried Show, Piedmont Center for the Arts, Piedmont, CA – Received honorable mention from jurors Nancy Lim (SFMoMa) and Carin Adams (Oakland Museum)


Psycho Geography 3, Artist’s Television Access, San Francisco, CA

Underground Show Alternative (USA), Hongs Kong Salon at Root Division, San Francisco, CA

Emerging 2018, Healdsburg Center for the Arts, Healdsburg, CA

SPECTRUM: Exploring Gender Identification, MCLA Gallery 51, North Adams, MA

Conceal/Reveal, CANO Mansion Show, Oneonta, NY

100 WAYS, ONE ONE SIX TWO, Los Angeles, CA

Generation: The 2018 UC Berkeley Art Alumni Exhibition, Worth Ryder Gallery, Berkeley, CA


Embody: Art Fair with NIAD and UC Berkeley Artists, NIAD Art Center, Richmond, CA

This Must be the Place: An Exhibition of Sculpture, Worth Ryder Gallery, Berkeley, CA


Prototype: Inaugural Senior Thesis Exhibition, Worth Ryder Gallery, Berkeley, CA

Freedom: art indulgence, SOMArts, San Francisco, CA

I Know What You Did Last Summer, Worth Ryder Gallery, Berkeley, CA


“Queer Eyes: An Exhibit of Bay Area LGBTQ Artists” - The Fight Magazine, Issue 17 July 2019.

“If Freedom, then…” - by Jesse Hewit, CounterPulse blog, March 12 2019.

‘when you lay your body on mine’ Artist Interview with Brea Weinreb - by Justin Ebrahemi and Claire Frost, CounterPulse blog, Feb 11 2019.

‘Cosmologies of Care’ engages viewers at Merced College - by Raul Mendoza, Jr., Merced County Times, Sep 16 2018.

Libraries Help Dig Up Local Histories - Rio Grande Sun, Aug 10 2017.


Certificate of Excellence in Painting - UC Berkeley Department of Art Practice

Honors Independent Study with Katherine Sherwood - UC Berkeley Department of Art Practice

H. W. Hill Undergraduate Scholarship - UC Berkeley Department of English


2019: Grant Review Panelist, SFAC Individual Artist Commission - San Francisco, CA

2018-2019: Studio Artist, CTRL+SHFT Collective - Oakland, CA

2018: Denver University Amache Research Project - Teaching Artist in Residence - Granada, Colorado

2017: The Berkeley-Abiquiú Collaborative Archaeology (BACA) Project - Teaching Artist in Residence - Abiquiú, New Mexico

2016: Teacher's Assistant, Indira Martina Morre - Advanced Figure Painting at UC Berkeley

2016: Teacher's Assistant, Katherine Sherwood - Art, Medicine & Disability at UC Berkeley


2018: Art 13: Introduction to Oil Painting Artist Lecture at UC Berkeley

2018: Artist talk at Merced College



2019: Queer Ancestors’ Project Anthology

Weinreb, Brea. "when I die” (poem), QAP Anthology, 2019.

2018: Undertone Magazine Issue 002: On Body

Weinreb, Brea. "Venus de Milo in pre-op" (with artist writing), Undertone Magazine, 2018.

2017: Matador Review Summer 2017 Issue

2017: Barbed Issue #05 "Surrender"

Weinreb, Brea. "poetics make anything palatable," Barbed Magazine, 2017. 

2017: Sea Witch "Let It Bleed" Zine III

Weinreb, Brea. "aqueous like binaries," "Ethan (study)," and "everything was Indigo," Sea Witch Zine, 2017. 

Weinreb, Brea. "the Modernists are Misogynists," Sea Witch Zine, 2017.

2016: Berkeley Fiction Review Issue #36

Weinreb, Brea. "everything was Indigo," featured on the cover of Berkeley Fiction Review Issue #36, 2016.

2016: The Travel Section: Volume 5

Weinreb, Brea. "A Ghazal for Berlin," The Travel Section Volume 5, 2016

2016: [m]aganda magazine, issue 29: Sinigang for the Soul: Conversations on Mental Health

Weinreb, Brea. "Portrait d'une Femme," [m]aganda magazine, 2016. (art)

Weinreb, Brea. "nothing was quite alright" and "everything was Indigo," [m]aganda magazine, 2016. 

2015: Cal Literature & Arts Magazine: Issue XXI

Weinreb, Brea. "the birth of sin," Cal Literature & Arts Magazine, 2015.