MFA 2009-2011: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
BFA 2001-2006: Painting/Drawing, Pennsylvania State University.
2009-2011: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Academy MFA Scholarship.
2009-2011: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, MFA Merit Award.
2010: Fellowship Juried Prize for outstanding achievement at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
2015: Invited to speak on panel as an awardee of the juried exhibition FAME at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
2015: Photo selected by the PEW Charitable Trusts to represent the Art and Culture section of the State of the City, 2015.
2015: Photo selected to be exhibited on Billboard in prime location in the city of Philadelphia by PPAC.
2011: Designs for shovels selected in honoring the groundbreaking for Lenfest Plaza at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, also personally selected to represent student body on same stage as Mayor Micheal Nutter and other VIP's.
2010: Selected to attend Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts special luncheon with top Academy donors.
2009: Selected to attend the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Bacchanal! Eleventh Annual Wine Gala & Auction to represent the student body at PAFA during this special occasion.
2019: Mar. Femme Vitale at High 5 Gallery, Philadelphia
2018: Jan. Taking Forms at High 5 Gallery, Philadelphia
2018: Jan. 25th - Apr. 22nd, Exhibiting artist Musee D'Art Moderne De La Ville Paris, Paris, France
2017: Nov, Inliquid Benefit V.17 at The Ice Box, Philadelphia
2017: Nov. Resistance, High 5 Gallery, Philadelphia
2017: Aug. 1st- Sept. 10th. Work selected by Kirstin M. Jensen chief curator of James A. Michener Art Museum for inclusion in the 118th Fellowship of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Annual Juried Exhibition, Fame 2017, Philadelphia, PA
2016: Oct. Solo Exhibition at Kitchen Table Gallery, Philadelphia
2016: Apr. 1st -3rd Nepa Art Fair, Scranton, PA.
2016: Feb, Inliquid Benefit V.16 at Crane Arts in Philadelphia.
2015: Nov. - Dec., Northern Virgnia Community College, Manassas, VA.
2015: Nov.- Dec. Philly Photo Day exhibition at the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center.
2015: Aug. Outdoor installation and performance exhibited during art event Invisible River, Philadelphia
2015: Jul- Sept. Worked selected by Juror Ross Mitchell of The Barnes Foundation for inclusion in the 116th Fellowship of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Annual Juried Exhibition.
2015: Jul. Received grant to install outdoor installation at The Philadelphia Experiment art event in Darlington, Maryland.
2015: Jun- Aug. Photo selected for inclusion in 6th Annual Contemporary Photography Exhibition, Phila. Photo Arts Center.
2015: Jun - Jul. created large scale installation for exhibition at The Kitchen Table Gallery, Phila. PA
2015: Jun. exhibited work as well as an installation on the tall ship Gazela for the Tall Ships Festival, Phila. PA
2015: May - Jun. Photo selected to be exhibited on Billboard and Dilworth Park during the PPAC Philly Photo Day, Philadelphia, PA
2015: Mar. Invited to install environment for Rizumu 13 year Anniversary for Underground Music and Arts, Phila. PA
2015: Feb. Exhibited in Inliquid Benefit v.15 at Crane Arts in Philadelphia.
2014: Dec. Received funding to install installation during NYE art event in Philadelphia, PA
2014: Nov. - Dec. Part of Philly Photo Day exhibition at Crane Arts hosted by Philadelphia Photo Arts Center. Philadelphia, PA
2014: Nov. Part of a 12 artist public space exhibition, OCGOPF in Wissahickon Park, Philadelphia, PA
2014: Oct. Selected to exhibit during Artnude at the James Oliver Gallery. Philadelphia, PA
2014: Oct. Selected to exhibit during an exhibition for the artist collective, Frank's Kitchen. Philadelphia, PA
2014: Sept. Selected to exhibit at PhilaMOCA: David Lynch in art, Eraserhood Forever. In conjunction with the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art’s retrospective on his work. David Lynch: The Unified Field. Philadelphia, PA
2014: Jul. Invited as an artist to participate in french film by artist Mohamed Bourouissa, Newsworks. Philadelphia. PA
2014: Jul. Received grant to install outdoor installation at The Philadelphia Experiment art event in Darlington, Maryland.
2014: Jun. Selected to exhibit in the Force Field exhibition, a program of CultureTrust Greater Philadelphia. Philadelphia, PA
2014: Feb.-March Invited to exhibit at Space 2033, Philadelphia, PA.
2011: June-August Exhibited in selected 8 person group exhibition, Liminality and the Ephemera: To Enter, and Exit Mark Unmark, the Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art at Ursinus College
2011: May-June Graduate Thesis at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Annual Student Exhibition
2010: May- June Special invitation to exhibit during the Annual Student Exhibition, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art
complete exhibition information provided on request.
Writeup: Nov. 2018 by Conrad Benner of StreetsDept. Jessica Gamble Reminds Philadelphians to Vote Nov. 6 with New Wheatpaste https://streetsdept.com/2018/11/05/jessica-gamble-reminds-philadelphians-to-vote-nov-6-with-new-wheatpaste/
Interview: Sept. 2017 by Comcast Newsmakers, Interview with Executive Director Amie Potsic
Publication: Sept. 2017 by Suburban News, Investigating the Female Gaze in “Happily Ever After” at Main Line Art Center City
Publication: Sept. 2017 by DoNArTNeWs, Investigating the Female Gaze in “Happily Ever After” at Main Line Art Center
Feature: Sept. 2017 by Paper Mag, The 10 Must See Art Shows Opening This Week
Feature: July, 2017 by The Paul Review. The Philadelphia Art and Urban Literary Review.
Interview: Nov. 2015 by Linda Lin of Women in Art Initiative, Jes Gamble.
Mention: Nov. 2015 Northern Virginia Community College, Nova-Manassas Art Exhibition Features Seven Artists.
Mention: Nov. 2015 by Intercom of Northern Virginia Community College, "Zungenbrecher!!" Exhibit at Manassas.
Mention: July 2014 by Peter Crimmins of WHYY NewsWorks, Filmmaker choreographs 'horse tuning' in North Philly.
Studio Visit: June 2014 by Lydia Nobles of Force Field Project.
Interview: May 2014 by Kelley Stone of PaperClips215., Force Field Project.