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2010             MFA, Performance and Interactive Media Art, (summa cum laude)

                             Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, Brooklyn, NY

2005             BFA, Studio Art: Alternative Media, Webster University, Saint Louis, MO (Daniel Webster Scholar)

2004             Study Abroad Program, Regent’s American College London, London, UK




2011 –          Adjunct Instructor, Bloomfield College, Bloomfield, NJ

                            (Experiments in Digital and Analog Media, Painting, Drawing)

2008 – 10     Teaching Artist, Research Foundation of the City University of New York

                            Brooklyn College Community Partnership, Brooklyn, NY

                            (Mural Painting, Video, Photography, Animation, Performance Art)




2013             Visual Coordinator, Courage to Resist, Oakland, CA

2012 – 13     Courtroom Sketch Artist, Frontline Club, London, UK

2010 – 11     Poster Artist and Graphic Designer, Irreverent Films, New York, NY

2005 – 07     Gallery Owner, Clark Stoeckley Fine Art, Louisiana, MO




2012       Collateral Torture, Plato’s Cave, EIDIA House, Brooklyn, NY

2011       Retrospective: 10 Years After 9-11, Bloomfield College, Bloomfield, NJ

2010       Peace Piece, Emily Harvey Foundation Gallery, New York, NY 

2009       Island Squatters, Rev. Billy Talen Campaign Headquarters, New York, NY     




              Contemporary Museum Saint Louis, Saint Louis, MO

              International Spy Museum, Washington, DC




2013      WikiLeaks Mobile Information Collection Unit:

                       National Security Agency Headquarters, Fort George G. Meade, MD

                       Creation Nation Art and Peace Parade, Newark, NJ

2012      Pratt Falls, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Pratt Institute, New York, NY

              Party Headquarters, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Pratt Institute, New York, NY (assistant curator)

              Maker Faire, Queens Hall of Science, Queens, NY (collaboration with New Flesh Workshop)

              WikiLeaks Mobile Information Collection Unit:

                       Surveillance Teach-In by Laura Poitras, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

                       Figment Festival, Governors Island, New York, NY

                       The New World Fair, Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY

                       Lost Horizon Night Market, Brooklyn, NY

                       Creation Nation Art and Peace Parade, Newark, NJ

2011      Critical Remix Festival, Appropriation Alliance, Gallery 25, Fresno, CA  (juried)

              New York City Anarchist Art Festival, The Living Theatre, New York, NY (juried)

              Pratt Falls, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Pratt Institute, New York, NY 

              Maker Faire, Queens Hall of Science, Queens, NY (collaboration with New Flesh Workshop)

              Bailout Theater, Judson Memorial Church, New York, NY (collaboration with Larry Litt)

              Wall Street Suits, Occupy Wall Street, New York, NY (collaboration)

              Stendhal No 1. by Kerry Skarbakka, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.

              WikiLeaks Mobile Information Collection Unit: 

                        Alexandria, VA, Arlington, VA, Baltimore, MD, Boston, MA, Brooklyn, NY

                        Philadelphia, PA, Newark, NJ, New York, NY, Quantico, VA, Washington D.C.

2010      Collective Reasoning, Saint Louis Artists' Guild Gallery, Saint Louis, MO (juried, award)

              Pratt Falls, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Pratt Institute, New York, NY  (assistant curator)

              The Fracking Show, Exit Art, New York, NY  (collaboration with Larry Litt)

              The Gallery of Yes Affordable Art Show, The House of Yes, Brooklyn, NY (juried)

              DUMBO Arts Festival, Brooklyn, NY

              Palin, Market Street Gallery, San Francisco, CA

              Instructions for Initial Conditions, Drift Station Gallery, Lincoln, NE

              Army of Fun, Times Square, New York, NY  (Anonymous Theater Art Group collaboration)

              Blame Show, Emily Harvey Foundation Gallery, New York, NY  (collaboration with Larry Litt)

              Figment Festival, Bootless Camp by Guerrilla Girls Broadband, New York, NY

2009      Pratt Falls, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Pratt Institute, New York, NY  (assistant curator)

              New York City Anarchist Art Festival, The Living Theatre, New York, NY  (co-curator)

              Learning Curve, Marian Spore, Brooklyn, NY  (collaboration with Madison Omanhe)

              Rusted Gun Saloon, The House of Yes, Brooklyn, NY (collaboration with Lady Circus)

              Figment Festival, Governor's Island, New York, NY (collaboration with Hunter College IMA)

              Bail Out Ball, Artists Wanted, Fort Greene Masonic Temple, Brooklyn, NY (juried)

              Dances with Nudes by Mariah Robertson, Marvelli Gallery, New York, NY

              Bonfire Funeral by Mariah Robertson, Guild and Greyshkul Gallery, New York, NY

              Visibility/Invisibility by Rod Williams, Santos Party House, New York, NY

2008      DADA Ball, Contemporary Museum Saint Louis, Saint Louis, MO

              Pratt Falls, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Pratt Institute, New York, NY

              Bail Us Out, Wall Street, New York, NY (Anonymous Theater Art Group collaboration)

              Bushwick BETA Spaces Arts Festival, Labyrinth, Brooklyn NY

              No Deliveries Today by Miryana Todorova, Art in Odd Places, New York, NY

              Revolutionary Lovers by Sharon Hayes, Denver, CO and Saint Paul, MN  

2007      Infra Structures, Nu Art Series, Saint Louis, MO  (collaboration with Brady Georgen)

2006      Flat Files, Contemporary Museum Saint Louis, Saint Louis, MO (juried)

              DADA Ball, Contemporary Museum Saint Louis, Saint Louis, MO

2004      DADA Ball, Contemporary Museum Saint Louis, Saint Louis, MO




The United States vs. Private Chelsea Manning (London, UK and New York, NY: O/R Books), 2014


“How Does a Patriot Act?”, Media-N Journal, CAA Conference Edition, Volume 9, Number 2, Summer 2013,




Daniel Jackovino, The Independent Press and The Glen Ridge Paper, "Bloomfield College art instructor has book coming out.", pages 4-5, February 6, (print)




Adi Robertson, The Verge, “WikiLeaks promotes 'Mediastan' documentary in US as 'The Fifth Estate' launches”,
October 18,


Alex Wagner, Now with Alex Wagner, MSNBC, “What will be the effect of the Manning verdict?”, July 29,


Alison Flood, The Guardian, “Bradley Manning trial to be recreated in comic-book form”, June 11,


Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!, “Live Coverage of Bradley Manning Verdict”, July 30,


Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!, “Behind the Scenes of the Bradley Manning Trial”, July 10,


Andrew Blake, VICE, “Bradley Manning’s Court Testimony – Leaked”, March 12,


Andrew Blake, VICE, “Bradley Manning Pleaded Guilty Yesterday: ‘I did it.’”, March 1,

Ashley Brooks Roberts, The Barnes & Noble Book Blog, "October Indie Books Roundup!", October 9,

Carolyn Kellogg, Los Angeles Times, Bradley Manning’s WikiLeaks trial: Book parts delivered as it happens.”, June 7,,0,7971928.story#axzz2o8ppJKQm


Charlie Connell, Headlines and Global News, “Bradley Manning Trial to Become a Comic Book”, June 11,


Charlie Savage, The New York Times, “Defense Calls Manning’s Intentions Good”, July 26,


Chase Madar, The Nation, “What Is in Bradley Manning’s Leaks, Anyway?”, June 6, (blog)


Chase Madar, The Nation, “The Trials of Bradley Manning”, July 31, (print, cover)


Chase Madar, Al Jazeera, “The sky darkens for American journalism”, July 24,


Chris Hedges, Truthdig, “We Are Bradley Manning”, March 3,


Christine Jun, Dazed Digital, “The dA-Zed Guide to Surveillance”, August 25,


Christopher King, Melville House, “Meet the artists documenting America’s secret trials”, June 17,


David Dishneau, Associated Press, “Artists, Activists Unite at Bradley Manning Trial”, June 26,


Ernesto Londoño, The Washington Post, “Bradley Manning sought to spark discussion with leak, lawyer says in closing arguments”, July 26,


Fruzsina Eördögh, Vice: Motherboard, “The WikiLeaks Truck Is Still Rustling Jimmies at Bradley Manning's Trial”, (blog) June 25,


Joe Coscarelli, New York Magazine, “Bradley Manning Found Not Guilty of Aiding Enemy” 

July 30,


Kathianne Boniello, New York Post, “Cops hid Occupy Wall Street artists truck for a week: lawsuit”

September 8,


Kevin Gosztola, Firedoglake, “Clark Stoeckley, Court Sketch Artist and WikiLeaks Truck Driver, on

Being Banned from Manning’s Trial.”, August 3 (blog)


Kevin Gosztola and Greg Mitchell, Truth and Consequences: The U.S. vs. Bradley Manning  

(Dayton, OH, Sinclair Books: 2013)


Kevin Melrose, Robot 6, Comic Book Resources, “Comic artist chronicles Bradley Manning trial from courtroom”, June 11, (blog)


Michael Connor, Rhizome, “Sketching Bradley Manning”, July 3,


Rachel Arons, The New Yorker, “Book News: Revisiting ‘Nineteen Eighty-Four,’ Bradley Manning Comic”, June 12, (blog)


Russia Today, “Manning testimony recording could be a direct leak from the government”, March 14,


Russia Today, “Clark Stoeckley on why Bradley Manning is a brave”, July 30,


Russia Today, “Clark Stoeckley RT TV exclusive interview on Bradley Manning”, August 20,


Russia Today, “Judge to deliver Manning sentence on Wednesday”, August 20,


Russia Today, “Manning Nobel Peace Prize nomination”, May 31,


Russia Today America, “Sketch artist banned from Manning trial”, July 30,


Sian Dolding, Dazed Digital, “Bradley Manning: The Comic Book”, August 6,


Waleed Aly and Julian Morrow, RN Drive, Australian Broadcast Corporation, “Bradley Manning Comic Book”, June 14,


Xeni Jardin, Boing. Boing., “US v. Bradley Manning court-martial told in graphic novel form by Wikileaks Truck artist”, July 23,


Xeni Jardin, Boing. Boing., “Bradley Manning trial judge increased press security "because of repeat violations of the rules of court”, July 25,


Xeni Jardin, Boing. Boing., “Bradley Manning expected to speak in court Wednesday, ‘my problem’ email surfaces in trial”, August 13,


Xeni Jardin, Boing. Boing., US vs. Bradley Manning: defense rests, Manning won't testify, Wikileaks gets respect”,
July 7,




Adam Martin, The Atlantic Wire, “Every Bidder Bailed on the WikiLeaks Truck”, January 19,


Adam Martin, The Atlantic Wire, “The Wikileaks Truck Is For Sale.”, January 3,


Adrian Chen, Gawker, “The Wikileaks Truck Is For Sale.”, January 3,


Andrew Blake, VICE, “The Torture of Bradley Manning”, December 15,


Bucky Turco, Animal, “WikiLeaks Truck For Sale.”, January 3,


Cathy Vogan, Thing2Thing, “Clark Stoeckley: Wiki-Trucking Man”, April 13,


Fruzsina Eördögh, The Daily Dot, “Wikileaks Truck mechanic Doctor Adventure appears on Oddities”, February 23,


Huffington Post Live, “Is Anonymity Good for Free Speech?”, October 19,


Jonathan Welsh, Wall Street Journal, “WikiLeaks Truck' For Sale on eBay”, January 3, 



Joseph Schulhoff, Animal, “Presenting the WikiLeaks Race Car”, March 28,


Julian Assange, World Tomorrow, “Revealed: Assange pre-show full interview”, April 16,


Lorraine Murphy, The Daily Dot, “WikiLeaks Truck still up for sale – if you have the cash”, January 17,


Lorraine Murphy, The Daily Dot, “WikiLeaks truck activist does Bradley Manning Courtroom Sketches”, March 23,


Oddities, Science Channel, “Sorceress of Love”, Season 3, Episode 11, February 18,


Russia Today, “Bradley Manning for Nobel Peace Prize?”, February 6,


Russia Today, “Assange asks for political asylum in Ecuador”, June 19,


Russia Today, “The New York Times apologizes for ignoring Bradley Manning”, December 6,


Xeni Jardin, Boing. Boing., “Bradley Manning's pre-trial hearing: live-blogging, live-tweeting, and live-sketching”, November 30,




Adam Martin, The Atlantic Wire, “Occupy Wall Street Gets Its Generators Back”, November 8,


Adam Martin, The Atlantic Wire, “Sympathetic Judge Frees the WikiLeaks Truck”, November 23,


Adrian Chen, Gawker, “NYPD ‘Loses’ the Occupy Wall Street Wikileaks Truck”, November 22,


Adrian Chen, Gawker, “Occupy Wall Street Wikileaks Truck Recovered from Law’s Cruel Grasp”

November 23,


Alex Silverman, CBS Radio, “What’s Up With That WikiLeaks Truck Parked Near Lincoln Center?”, July 13,


Alyona Minkovski, The Alyona Show, Russia Today, “Happy Hour”, November 23,


Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!, “Exclusive: David House on Bradley Manning, Secret WikiLeaks Grand Jury, and U.S. Surveillance”, July 11,


Ann Landi, ARTnews, “The Joke’s on Us”, pages 92-93 (print) December 13,


Bucky Turco, Animal, “Wikileaks Truck Found Alive”, November 23,


Bucky Turco, Animal,  “Wikileaks Truck Kidnapped By the NYPD”, November 22,


Christopher Robbins, The Gothamist, “WikiLeaks Truck Spotted at Fox News, Union Square” July 2,


Fruzsina Eördögh, The Daily Dot, “Meet Clark Stoeckley, the artist who drives the WikiLeaks truck.”, December 5,


Jacob Andrews, WikiLeaks Movie, “The “Wikileaks Truck Driver” Clark Stoeckley – Creator of “Wikileaks Top Secret Mobile Collection Unit” – Artist, Activist, Entertainer and Wiki-Prankster” Clark Stoeckley”, June 11, (blog)


Jeff Bahr, The Observer, “Beautifying Bloomfield – one overpass at a time”, December 21,


Joe Coscarelli, New York Magazine, “What Did the NYPD Do With the Occupy Wall Street

WikiLeaks Truck?”, November 22,


Joey Skaggs, Art of the Prank, “WikiLeaks Mobile Information Unit on the Move”, June 14,


Josh Harkinson, Mother Jones, “Inside Occupy Wall Street's All-Nighter”, October 14,


Lincoln Anderson, The Villager, “A new type of tent city has grown at Occupy Wall Street” 

Volume 81, Number 22, November 3 (print)


Linda Federico-O'Murchu, Bloomfield Patch, “A Splash of Color on JFK Drive”, December 18,


Ryan Gallagher, Frontline Club, “In Praise of the… WikiLeaks Truck”, June 9,




Casey Silex, Minn Post, “Panhandling on Wall Street”, October 16,

Elizabeth Hester, Financial Post, “Fired Wall Street workers seek jobs at 'Pink Slip Party'”, November 11,



2013     “How Does a Patriot Act?”, Art in the Age of High Security, panelist 

                        New Media Caucus, College Art Association Conference, New York, NY 

             “Participatory Artivism”, Local/Global – Social Practice Art, panelist, postHaus,                                                                           Foundations in Art: Theory and Education Conference, Savannah, GA

            University of North Texas, Core Talks, Denton, TX

2011    "New York City Pranksters", The Art of Pranks, panelist 

                       College Art Association Conference, New York, NY

            Empire State College, New York, NY

            Bloomfield College, Bloomfield, NJ 

            Moore College of Art and Design, Philadelphia, PA

            Salisbury State University, Salisbury, MD

            University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Princess Anne, MD

            Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH




2012              The Yes Lab, Hemispheric Institute, New York University, New York, NY

2011              The Electronic Gallery, Salisbury State University, Visiting Artist, Salisbury, MD

                      Near East Family, Guest Artist Residency, Deal Island, MD

2010              EMERGENYC, Hemispheric Institute, New York University, New York, NY




2012 -           EIDIA House, Brooklyn, NY

2008 - 11      Elements of Design, Saint Louis, MO

2007 - 10      Granite Bank Gallery, Quincy, IL                 

2006 - 07      Detroit Institute of Arts Museum Store, Detroit, MI

2005 - 10      So-Oh Fine Art, Lincoln, NE




ABC News, Agence France-Presse, A Great Big City, Al Jazeera, All Voices, AM New York, American Free Press,
Atlas Press, Auto Evolution, Baltimore Sun, Bash Box TV, BBC News, BetaBeat, Breitbart, Bowery Boogie,
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Business Week, BuzzFeed, Chicago Tribune, CNET News, CNN, Computer World,
Common Dreams, Cool Revolution, Courthouse Confessions, Courier Mail, Cryptome, Current TV, C-SPAN, Daily Kos,
The Daily Telegraph, Death and Taxes, Democratic Underground, Denver Post, Digital Journal, Downtown Express,
Fast Company, Forbes, Foreign Policy, Fox News, Future Journalism Project, Gentlemen’s Quarterly, Getty, Gizmodo,
Global Revolution TV, Good Morning America, Grit TV, Hindustan Times, Honolulu Civil Beat, India Times, Indypendent,
Info World, Int’l Business Times, Kansas City Star, Lawyer Herald, Mediaite, Metro New York, Military Times,
Mobile Broadcast News, Mother Jones, MTV's The Real World, National Journal, National Post, NBC News,
New York Daily News, NYTimes Examiner, Newsweek, New Zealand Listener,, Omaha World-Herald,
Open Media Boston, Politico, Popular Resistance, Poynter, Press TV, Raw Story, Read Write Web,
Reader Supported News, Register, Reuters, Reason TV, Saint Louis Post-Dispatch, Salon, Slate, Streetsy,
Suicide Girls Radio, Sydney Morning Herald, Talking Points Memo, Tech Dirt, Tech News, The Hindu, The Independent,
Time Magazine, Time Out New York, Today Show, Toledo Blade, USA Today, Venture Beat, Vietnam Breaking News,
Village Voice, Voice of America, Washington Square News, WBAI Radio, Wooster Collective, World Tomorrow, WHOA Magazine, WikiLeaks Central, WikiLeaks News, Wikipedia, Wired, Yahoo! News



2003 - 2007


Art and Apples, Rochester, MI

Art in the Park, Columbia Art League, Columbia, MO

Art in the Park, Highland Arts Council, Highland, IL  (Best of Show)

Art in the Park, Plymouth, MI  (Poster Artist)

Art on the Bluff, Krasl Art Center, Saint Joseph, MI

Art on the Square, Belleville, IL

Artfest Fort Myers, Fort Myers, FL  (2nd Best of 2-Dimensional)

Artfest on Walnut Street, Springfield Regional Arts Council, Springfield, MO

Artigras Fine Arts Festival, Jupiter, FL  (Best of Drawing)

Arts, Beats, and Eats, Pontiac, MI

Bayou City Art Festival, Art Colony Association, Houston, TX

Black Swamp Art Fair, Bowling Green, OH

Bonita Springs National Art Festival, Center for the Arts, Bonita Springs, FL

Boston Mills Artfest, Peninsula, OH

Brighton Arts Festival, Chamber of Commerce, Brighton, MI  (Best of Show)

Broad Ripple Art Fair, Indianapolis Art Center, Indianapolis, IN

Carmel International Arts Festival, Art and Design District, Carmel, IN

Columbia Festival of the Arts, Columbia Cultural Affairs, Columbia, MO

Columbus Festival of the Arts, Columbus, OH

Eastern Shore Outdoor Art Show, Eastern Shore Art Center, Fairhope, AL

Festival of Fine Arts, Wilmette Art Guild, Wilmette, IL

Festival of the Arts, Miami Beach, FL  (Best of Drawing)

Glenview Arts Festival, Glenview Artists’ Guild, Glenview, IL

Greenwich Village Art Fair, Rockford Art Museum, Rockford, IL

Hinsdale Art Festival, Hinsdale Chamber of Commerce, Hinsdale, IL

Lakefront Art Festival, Lubeznik Center for the Arts, Michigan City, IN  (Award)

Midwest Salute to the Masters, Fairview Heights, IL

Naples National Art Fair, Von Liebig Art Center, Naples, FL

Oktoberfest, Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OH

Omaha Summer Arts Festival, Omaha, NE  (Best of Show)

Powderhorn Art Fair, Powderhorn Park Association, Minneapolis, MN

Prairie Arts Festival, Schaumburg Center for the Arts, Schaumburg, IL

Prairie Village Art Fair, Prairie Village, KS

Riverfront Arts Festival, Hannibal Arts Council, Hannibal, MO

Shaw Neighborhood Art Fair, Saint. Louis, MO

South University Art Fair, Ann Arbor, MI

Stone Arch Art Festival, Minneapolis, MN

Talbot Street Art Fair, Indianapolis, IN

Tempe Festival of the Arts, Downtown Tempe Association, Tempe, AZ

Three Rivers Art Festival, Covington, LA

Three Rivers Arts Festival, Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Pittsburgh, PA

Town Art Show, Parkinson Foundation of the Heartland, Leawood, KS

Uptown Art Fair, Minneapolis, MN