Snow Yunxue Fu has exhibited her work nationally and internationally, including the Hong Kong Arts Center, ISEA2016 in Hong Kong, Expo Chicago, Hongli Chen Art Museum, Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology in Connecticut, Digital Culture Center in Mexico City, Zhou B Art Center in Chicago, Chicago Artist Coalition, Kunsthalle Detroit Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago Filmmakers, MoMA PopRally Screening, Gene Siskel Film Center, NURTUREart Gallery in Brooklyn, TEMP Art Space in New York, Gallery C Space in Beijing China, West Village Art Gallery in Chengdu China, SIMULTAN Festival in Romania, and 9:16 Film Festival in Australia.
Fu teaches at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) in the Film, Video, New Media, and Animation Department, Continuing Studies Department, and Ox-bow Artist Residency, as well as working as a faculty portfolio reviewer for Admissions and an Internship Advisor for Career and Professional Experience at SAIC. She also teaches 3D Animation course in the North Central College in Naperville IL and L-Art University based in Shanghai China, and other organizations.
Fu is also actively engaged in many curatorial projects. She has co-curated many multi-media shows, such as A City to Wear at the Research House for Asian Art in Chicago and –scape at the Zhou Brothers’ Art Center. She also managed the exhibitions of the Double Frame Gallery, a contemporary artist group ran gallery located in the Mana Contemporary Chicago that showcases and supports experimental and contemporary work in various mediums.