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ALEXANDRA BAILLIERE

EDUCATION

2016 MFA, Studio Arts, Mills College, Oakland, CA

2013 Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Visual Arts with Distinction, UC Berkeley Extension Art and Design, San Francisco, CA 

1992 BA, cum laude, French language, Duke University, Durham, N.C. Awarded Robert J. Niess Foreign Language Graduation Prize

1990-1 Université de Paris, Sorbonne-Pantheon, coursework in art, art history and French literature

 SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2014 "Heirloom," UC Berkeley Extension SOMA Gallery, San Francisco, CA

2012  "Corrugate," UC Berkeley Art and Design Center, San Francisco, CA 

2011  A Year in Japan: Snapshots in Pen and Ink, Consulate General of Japan, San Francisco, CA 

Unveiling, Finn Boutique, San Francisco, CA 

Homecoming, Gelateria Cici, Mill Valley, CA 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2017

Wabi-Sabi, O'Hanlon Center for the Arts, Mill Valley, CA

Gallery SOBU, Oakland, CA

2016

Here, Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley, CA

MFA Thesis Exhibition, Mills College, Oakland, CA

2015

50|50 Show, Sanchez Art Center, Pacifica, CA

Introductions 2015, Gallery Root Division, San Francisco, CA

2013

Unfamiliar Landscapes, juror: Foad Satterfield, O'Hanlon Center for the Arts, Mill Valley, CA

Darkness and Light, juror: Archana Horsting, O'Hanlon Center for the Arts, Mill Valley, CA

About Me, Industrial Center Building, Sausalito, CA 

2012

Wonder, Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley, CA 

Click-off Competition, Award recipients show, Mill Valley, CA 

2011

Shine, Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley, CA 

Open Studios, Industrial Center Building, Sausalito, CA 

Asia Observed, Marin Arts Council, San Rafael, CA 

Sendai Tsunami Relief, Elsewhere Gallery, Fairfax, CA 

AWARDS and PUBLICATIONS

Makers of Marin, Local Stories of Makers, 2017

Finalist, Headlands Center for the Arts Graduate Fellowship, 2016  

Baker, Kenneth, “Wonder- Big Curiosity on a Small Scale”, San Francisco Chronicle, January 4, 2013

Liberatore, Paul, “Winners of the 14th Mill Valley Click-Off announced”, Marin Independent Journal, December 6, 2012

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2017: Exploring through Sculpture, O'Hanlon Center for the Arts

2015-2016: Teaching Assistant for Beginning Painting and Advanced Painting at Mills College.

2010-2012: Painting Instructor with Art Social, San Francisco, CA. Taught working adults in various painting workshops.

2005-2007: Painting Instructor with Sausalito Community Education Program, Sausalito, CA. Taught introductory adult painting classes.

2000-2001: Volunteer art teacher with MOCHA, the Oakland Museum of Children’s Art, Oakland, CA.

RELATED EXPERIENCE

2017: Artist panel, Wabi-sabi, O'Hanlon Center for the Arts, Mill Valley, CA

2015: Selected panelist, UCBerkeley Extension, MFA roundtable

1995: Reading tutor with San Francisco School Volunteers, San Francisco, CA.

1993-1994: Japan Exchange in Teaching Assistant Language Teacher, Takefu, Japan. Led instruction of junior high school English classes in Japanese public schools, taught community English classes and organized TACE (Takefu Association of Cultural Exchange.)

1992: Summer Semester in Crete with Dr. John Younger, Chair of Duke University Classics department. Studies focused on Aegean Bronze Age Art and Archaeology.

1991-92: Reading tutor with Durham Education Volunteers, Durham, N.C.

1991: Volunteer art teacher, Paris, France. Taught drawing and painting to hospitalized children.

1987: Summer Semester in Lacoste, France, Cleveland Institute of Art. Studies focused on painting, drawing and French literature.