Hebron is an interdisciplinary artist whose practice includes studio work, writing, curating, social media, crowdsourcing, teaching, public speaking, and both individual and collaborative projects. Through crowd-sourced projects, videos, installations, performances, and photographs, she has become known for critically engaging the tropes of art history and modernism, with a particular eye toward resurfacing and re-examining feminist activism, social practice, and public engagement. Hebron is interested in consciousness-raising, gift economies, evolutionary psychology, and collaborative activity. Current projects include the Gallery Tally Poster Project (for which she recently received a CCI fellowship); Abeona, a road trip app that remaps the landscape through feminist histories; and the Nipple Equity initiative, which examines the role and impact of social biases about the gendered body. Hebron is an Associate Professor of New Genres at Chapman University.