Hailey Loman is the Co-Founder and Director of Los Angeles Contemporary Archive (LACA), an artist-run archive and non-circulating library in which contemporary creative processes are recorded and preserved. She founded The Oral History Group (OHG) a cooperative that examines the ethics that operate in leadership roles. Interviews, recordings, transcriptions and ephemera are collected during the process, assembled and made accessible as an oral history collection. 

Her work has been shown at The Fowler Museum, Los Angeles; Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles; Commonwealth and Council, Los Angeles; Columbia University’s LeRoy Neiman Gallery; New York, BAM Fisher, New York; Riviera Parking, Santa Barbara. Loman received her Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).

Courses taught: Determining an Artist Archive (part of Special Issues in Art Librarianship: Developing Critical/Decolonial Praxis), 2022