Additionally, she is a founding member of the Austin Video Bee, a multimedia video collective that seeks to promote experimental and innovative work by underrepresented artists. For her project Nohegan, Jill received an ArtsReach grant from the University of Texas in 2007 and an Idea Fund grant in 2011. In 2008, the City of Austin’s Art in Public Places program, in conjunction with the 2009 Texas Biennial, awarded her a Temporary Outdoor Projects grant. In 2010 she participated in Dixon Place’s Performance Works-In-Progress series and attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture residency program. Pangallo lectures around the country and has taught performance, video and digital production at the university level. She lives and works in New York City.Jill Pangallo performs and shows nationally as the collaborative duo, SKOTE, which she co-directs with Alex P. White. As one-half of the performance duo, the HoHos (with Cathy Cervenka), she performs with long running NYC show, Losers Lounge, as well as at the annual Stevie Nicks tribute event, Night of 1,000 Stevies.