Goloborotko has received multiple grants and awards, such as the Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award in 2020, the UNF Best Creative Work Award in 2019, and the Presidential Faculty Leader Award in 2018.
Goloborotko curated the exhibition Print+: Sameness and Otherness in Contemporary Printmedia, which is on view now at MOCA Jacksonville and highlights a diverse group of printmakers and the methods they are using to expand the printmaking process. In the past, Goloborotko has curated exhibitions for MOCA such as The Other: Nurturing a New Ecology in Printmaking in 2015, Iterations in 2017, and Multiple Ones: Contemporary Perspectives in Printmedia in 2020-21.
With Print+, Goloborotko continues her exploration of how artists of today are expanding the printmaking process. The exhibition focuses on the importance of showcasing artwork where diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion create an essential and fertile ecology.
The diverse group of artists in this exhibition use one or more printing elements; the inks, the matrixes, the paper, the equipment, or the print, but the resulting artwork can range from two-dimensional and three-dimensional to videos; from hospital gowns to quilts, from handkerchiefs to cotton; from folded paper to photographs. Each work tells a unique story as varied as the lives of the participating artists. In the curator's words: “Each with their own unique experiences and intersectionalities would much rather we focus on how they see the world and the risks they take to show it to us so honestly.”