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Alice Mizrachi

Alice Mizrachi is a New York and Miami based mixed media artist. Her practice
includes work as a muralist, fine artist, educator, and curator. Grounded in deep compassion for the human experience across borders, Mizrachi explores both the spiritual and physical dimensions of being human, and in particular, female. Often times, the female figure in various mythical iterations intersects with earthbound feminine forms as a means to communicate and transmit social consciousness. Mizrachi’s intentions include the empowerment of self and others through artistic expression, as well as advocacy for women, youth, and the environment. Family, community, and tribe are also recurring themes and are approached as active spaces of shared engagement.

In recent years, Mizrachi’s studio practice has developed into a testing ground for
explorations in assemblage, sculpture, and installation that has transformed both her painting practice and decades of work as a muralist. Moving beyond paint, her small-scale pieces have become sculptural drawings and her murals have become outdoor wall installations. Both styles of work have taken on new life as three-dimensional geometric forms. Mizrachi’s mix of modernist influences and her identification with her personhood as a woman of Middle Eastern descent who is first generation American, are reflected through intuitive ritualistic gestures and articulations in much of her work. Her spontaneous approach allows her preference for line, and the deconstruction and reconstruction of figurative elements, to reveal a human hand in the making of her work, an intentional maneuver in an increasingly technological age. A discourse around gender is a subtext to much of the work and is most evident in her poetic use of rough textures, found materials, and raw energy.

Alice has worked as an arts educator, developed curriculum, and presented on
panels for a variety of organizations, including: BRIC Arts, The Laundromat Project, The Studio Museum in Harlem, HI-ARTS, Miami Light Project, Brown University, and The Devos Institute of Arts Management among others. Her artwork has been featured at the Museum of the City of New York, the National Museum of Women in the Arts and Albright-Knox Museum; and, in a variety of publications including 2Create, Outdoor Gallery: NYC, the New York Times, Huffington Post, and Architectural Digest. Alice received a BFA from Parsons School of Design, has received grants from The Puffin Foundation and The Ford Foundation, and held residencies at Fountainhead in Miami and Honeycomb Arts In Buenos Aires in 2017. Alice Mizrachi’s studio is currently located in the Hudson Valley of NY.

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SELECTED PUBLIC ART PROJECTS
2022- Roses for Rosendale/ Rosendale, NY
2022- Welling Court Mural Project/ Queens, NY
2021- Marcus Garvey Parks Alliance x Parks Department Public Sculpture/ Harlem, NY
2021- UN Women Curator for Global Initiative highlighting women’s rights/ Global
2021- La MaMa Mural/ NYC
2021- MoCADA x City Artist Corps Mural at BCAM/ Brooklyn, NY
2021- Arts Horizons x City Artist Corps Mural at HS for Medical Professions/ Brooklyn, NY
2021- “Rosa La Riveta” Mural/ Brooklyn, NY
2021- “One Love” Mural/ Brooklyn, NY
2020- Restoration Arts and St. Nicks Alliance Mural Project/ Brooklyn, NY
2019- 48 Blocks/ Atlantic City Arts Foundation/ NJ- Mural and youth engagement
2019- Conde Nast x Proactiv Mural/ Brooklyn , NY
2019- Girls Inc./ Worcester, MA- Mural and youth engagement
2019- NYCMAP, NYC Dept. of Mental Health & Hygiene/ NYC- Muralist and facilitator
2018- PRHBTN festival Mural/ Lexington, Kentucky
2018- Wall Therapy/ Rochester, New York- Mural and youth engagement
2018- Silverstein Properties World Trade Center Mural/ NYC
2018- Swanson Road Intermediate School/ Massachusetts- Mural and youth engagement
2018- Downtown Hollywood Mural Project for The City of Hollywood/ Florida
2018- Graffiti Gardens Mural Project/ Wynwood, Miami
2017- 100 Gates Mural Project/ East Harlem, New York
2017- Strokar Arts Festival/ Brussels, Germany
2017- Wynwood Place Mural/ Miami, Florida
2016- Brownsville Mural Project/ Brooklyn, New York- Mural and youth engagement
2016- Albright/ Knox Museum/ Buffalo, NY- Mural and Teaching Artist Residency
2016- Worcester Cultural Coalition/ Worcester, MA- Mural and youth engagement
2016- Kennedy Center Mural Project/ Harlem, NYC

2016- University of Northern Colorado x Transit Museum/ Greeley, CO-
2016- Honeycomb Mural/ Buenos Aires, Argentina

2016- ArtsOrg Mural Project/ LIC/ New York
2016- NY Botanical Garden live painting for Frida exhibition/ NYC
2015- Intermedia Arts, BGirlBe Mural/ Minneapolis
2015- IBE Hip Hop Festival (Mural)/ Netherlands
2015- La MaMa and Fourth Arts Block Mural/ NYC
2015- Rego Park Arts Alliance Mural/ Queens New York
2015- Jose de Diego/ RAW Mural Project with Miami Light Project/ Miami
2015- Wall Therapy/ Rochester, New York
2014- AS220 Dream Installation/ Rhode Island

2014- Surplus Candy/ NYC
2014- Beautify Earth Mural/ Far Rockaway
2013/15- Restoration Truck Project/ Queens, NY
2013- Chashama Harlem Arts Walk Mural Project/ Harlem, New York
2013- Tel Aviv Bus Station Mural/ Tel Aviv, Israel
2013- Sing for Hope Pianos/ NYC
2011-15- Welling Court Mural Project/ Queens, New York
2011-14- 5 Pointz Mural / Queens, New York
2011- Rooftop Legends Mural / NYC
2011- Walla Walla Mural Project/ Walla Walla, Washington
2011- Materials for the Arts Sustainability Mural / NYC
2010- Primary Flight Mural/ Art Basel/ Miami
2009- Afro Punk Festival- Mural painting/ Brooklyn, New York
2009- WMC Jazz Center- Mural painting/ Brooklyn, New York
2009- The Secret Garden- Mural painting/ Brooklyn, New York
2008- We BGirlz Mural /Tachless/ Berlin, Germany
2007- B GirlBe- Mural / Minneapolis, Minnesota
2006- Meeting of Styles/ Brooklyn, New York
SELECTED EXHIBTIONS
2021- “The Divine Moment” solo exhibition/ Wallworks NY/ Bronx, NYC
2019- “Beauteous” MOMA Pop Rally/ NYC
2019- “Of Women by Women” / Storefront Art Project/ NYC
2019- “Sea: My Journey” solo exhibition at The Andrew Freedman Home/ Bronx, NY
2019- “Evolution”- ladies group exhibition (curated)- The Andrew Freedman Home/ Bronx
2019- “Visions of Awareness” group exhibition- Rockland Center for the Arts/ NY
2018- The Senegal Bienalle/ Dakar, Senegal
2017- “State Property” group exhibition- The Andrew Freedman Home (curated and
exhibited)
2017- Fat Free Arts Gallery -“Fem•Is•In” group exhibition at (curated and exhibited)/ NYC
2017- Gallery Guichard- “Diversity” group exhibition/ Chicago
2017- JCC x Art in FLUX- “Allusions” group exhibition/ NYC

2016- Goings Collection Curator for Romare Bearden and Harlem Renaissance Collection-
DRIHSCS, Bronx, NY

2016- Infinity Room Gallery- “Politically Charged” group exhibition/ Los Angeles
2016- Treason Gallery- “Street Value” group exhibition/ Seattle
2016- Urban Folk Art Gallery- “BK Bridge” group exhibition / NYC
2016- Doyles Gallery- “Brooklyn is the Borough” group exhibition / NYC
2016- Arciles/ Homberg Gallery- “System Equality” group exhibition / NYC
2016- World Trade Gallery- “Off the Wall” group exhibition / NYC
2016- Honeycomb Gallery- “Conversacion Triple” group exhibition / Buenos Aires, Argentina
2015- Hi-ARTS gallery- “Reflections of NYC” solo exhibition/ NYC
2015- City of Museum of New York/ NYC
2015- UN Women/ NYC
2015- Joseph Gross Gallery/ NYC
2015- Le- Salon Atelier- Galerie/ Paris
2015- Outlaw Arts/ NYC
2014- Seyhoun Art Gallery/ Iran
2014- Art Now NY/ NYC
2014- Mighty Tanaka Gallery (Armory Week)/ NYC

2014- Succulent Studios / BK, NYC
2014- Lodge Gallery/ NYC
2013- Bazel Gallery “Windows of Love” solo exhibition/ Tel Aviv, Israel
2012- Causey Contemporary Gallery “Purple” / Brooklyn, New York
2012- Mighty Tanaka Gallery “Lost & Found” / Brooklyn, New York
2011- NYU Bronfman Gallery/ NYC
2011- Yonkers Public Library “Goddesshood”/ Yonkers, New York
2010- National Women’s Museum of the Arts “Benefit for poetry conference”/ DC
2010- Stroke Art/ Munich, Germany
2010- Fifty24LA Gallery/ Los Angeles, California
2010- Soapstone Gallery/ NYC
2009- Clemente Soto Velez “FresHER”/ NYC
2009- Art House Gallery/ Atlanta, GA
2009- Crewest Gallery “Canceptual” / Los Angeles, California
2009- Museum of Contemporary Art “Sketchbooks”/ Washington, DC
2009- Antena Gallery/Chicago, Illinois
2009- 3rd Ward/ “Sketchbooks” / Brooklyn, New York
2009- Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) “Sketchbooks”/ Atlanta, Georgia
2009- Intermedia Arts/ Minneapolis, MN
2008- The Fuse Gallery/ NYC
2008- ABC No Rio/ NYC
2008- Chashama/ NYC
2007- Nurture Art / Brooklyn, New York
2007- Arts at Marks/ Oahu, Hawaii
2007- Legion Arts Gallery/ Iowa
2006- OngKing Arts Center/ Hawaii
2006- Powerhouse Gallery/ New York City
2005- Blinde Design Showroom/ New York
2005- Colette Gallery/ Paris, France
2005- Milk Bar/ San Francisco, CA
2005- Lab 101 Gallery/ Los Angeles, CA
2003- The Saville Gallery/ Cumberland/ Maryland
2002- The Puffin Foundation/ Teaneck, New Jersey
2001- The Limner Gallery/ New York City
2001- The Period Gallery/ Omaha, Nebraska
TEACHING ARTIST/ FACILITATOR
2021- 20222- Charter High School for Law and Social Justice/ Bronx, NY
2021- Brooklyn Community Media and Arts High School/ Brooklyn, NY
2020- ROC Paint Mural with Rochester HS students/ Rochester, NY
2019- Hudson MOCA mural with Peekskill High School/ Peekskill, NY
2019- 2014- Dr. Richard La Izquierdo Health and Science School/ Bronx, NY
2016- Albright/ Knox Museum Mural and Teaching Artist Residency/ Buffalo NY
2016- University of Northern Colorado/ Greeley, Colorado
2016- Hi-ARTS- Education Director / Harlem, New York
2015- Good Tidings Foundation x LeRoy Neiman Foundation Student Mural Project/ NYC
2015- FOKUS Spring Festival/ Brooklyn, New York
2016-2013 Hi-ARTS/ Harlem, New York
2015-2013 Miami Light Project, Miami
2014-2011- Studio Museum in Harlem /NYC

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2014- School of Visual Arts
2014- Urban Arts Partnership/ NYC
2014-2011- BRIC Arts/ Brooklyn, NY
2013- Anne Frank Center/ New York
2013-2011- The Laundromat Project/ Harlem, NYC
2013-2011- Materials for the Arts, Brooklyn
2013-2011- Sing For Hope/ Brooklyn and Harlem, New York
2013- ArtsEast NY/ Brooklyn, NY
2012- St. Peters College/ New Jersey
2012-2011- Jamaica Center for the Arts/ Queens, New York
2010-2008- The Young Women’s Leadership School/ Astoria, New York
2009- Manhattan Country School/ NYC
2009- Bronx Charter School/ Bronx, New York
2009-2001- Creative Classrooms/ St. Aloysius School & Corpus Christi/ Harlem, NYC
EDUCATION
1999-1995 Parsons School of Design / NYC – Bachelor of Fine Arts
1998- The Rietveld Acadamie/ Amsterdam- mobility exchange scholarship from Parsons
CURATOR/ ADMINISTRATOR
2019- 2016- Advisor and strategic planning- The Andrew Freedman Home
2019- 2014- Art advisor and Strategic planning- Dr. Richard Izquierdo Health and Science
Charter School
2019-2016- Services to Artist Committee for College Arts Association- developed and
organized programs for artists
2021- 2001- Manager/ Curator for Russell Goings’ collection of Harlem Renaissance works
2004-2010 YOUNITY Arts Collective- Curator/ Founder/ Organizer
GRANTS, AWARDS, RESIDENCIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS
2022- Take a Breath Residency with Action Lab/ Ossining, NY
2021- Oolite Arts Microgrants- Miami based artists
2020- Young Arts Microgrants- Miami based artists
2020- Paige West Grant- Miami based artists
2019- College Arts Association Panel on “Art and Equity”/ NYC (organized and facilitated)
2017- Brown University on “Women Making Place: Graffiti, Street Art, Public Murals”
2017- College Arts Association Panel on “Art on the Streets”/ NYC
2016- The Fountainhead Residency/ Miami, FL
2016- The Andrew Freedman Home/ Artist in Resident/ Bronx, NY
2016- The Ross Institute/ Hamptons, NY
2016- The Staufferstadt Artist Residency/ Virginia
2016- Next City Vanguard Graduate/ Houston, Texas
2016- Honeycomb Arts Residency/ Buenos Aires, Argentina
2015- IBE panel on Women in the Arts/ Heerlen, Netherlands
2015- Brooklyn Public Library Dialogues in the Visual Arts Panel/ Brooklyn, NY
2015- Aura Arts Space Studio Residency in Harlem, NY
2015- CAA Conference/ panel discussion “Breaking the Rules, Other Career Paths”/ NYC
2014- The DeVos Institute- Panel discussion on “Art and Placemaking”/ Wynwood, Miami
2014- Miami Light Project Community Art Engagement Residency/ Wynwood, Miami
2014- AS220 Lecture on current installation Broad Street Synagogue/ Providence, RI

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2014- Brown University Panel discussion “Graffiti and Bottom Up Placemaking”/
Providence, RI
2014- AS220 Artist in Resident/ Providence, Rhode Island
2014- Fountain Art Fair Panel Discussion on “Women in Street Art”/ NYC
2013- 2011- Marc Ecko Studio Residency/ NYC
2012- Teaching Artist Excellency Award from NYC DOE
2012- “GODDESShood- Our Land is our Jewel “ Panel Discussion/ Sarah Lawrence
College/ Yonkers NY
2010- Paris Art Residency/ Paris
2010- “BRAINSTORM! Teaching Artist Panel”/ Frank Sinatra School of the Arts/ NY
2010- “Live To Change Something Through Art” Panel / Restoration Plaza/ Brooklyn, NY
2009- “Makin’ It: Artists Working Now” Panel Discussion/ State Office Building/ Harlem NY
2008- Puffin Foundation Grant for Younity Arts Collective (women’s arts collective I founded
in 2006)
2008- Ford Foundation Travel Grant for We B Girlz/ Berlin
2008- “Reach All Teach All- Social Entrepreneurs” Panel Discussion/ The Brooklyn Museum
SELECT PUBLICATIONS
2018- Street Art Coloring Book/ Miami
2016- 2Create/ NYC
2016- UnSanctioned: Art on New York Streets/ NYC
2016- L’Art Se Rue/ Paris
2016- Wynwood Coloring Book/ Miami
2016- Mash Up/ NYC
2014- Outdoor Gallery NYC/ NYC
2010- Heart & Soul/ NYC
ACHIEVEMENTS
2021- Curator UN Women Mural Initiative “Artivism: Breaking the walls of gender Inequality”
2020- Arts Council of Rockland Board member
2017- 2020- Andrew Freedman Home Artist in Resident
2017- Fountainhead Artist in Resident
2017- Curator for the Goings Collection
2016- Next City Vanguard Graduate
2016- Nominated CAA Services to Artists committee member
2016- Artwork commissioned by The University of Northern Colorado & The Railroad
Museum in Greeley, CO
2015- Artwork obtained by The City of Museum of NY for Hip Hop Mash-Up exhibition
2014- Art Education Coordinator- Hi_ARTS
2014- Graduate of Art Home and The Midas Collaborative Matching Artist Grant
2013- Graduated of The Summer Artist Institute with Creative Capital
2010- Mayors Award for excellence in NYC Art Education
2004- Co-founder of YOUNITY- a women’s art collective with a professional platform for
women in the arts through exhibitions, panel discussions, mural productions, and youth
workshops.
1998- Awarded Mobility Scholarship from Parsons School of Design in partnership with The
Rietveld Academie
1994-1999 Scholarship for BFA degree at Parsons School of Design

CLIENT LIST
Nike, Proactiv Skin Care, Teen Vogue, CNX, Jennifer Nettles, Kendall Jenner, Department
of Health, Girls Inc., Silverstein Properties, Merchant River House, UN Women, MoCADA
LANGUAGE
English: Native language; Hebrew: Fluent (Speaking and reading); Spanish: Conversational

Forest Fresh

Artist Experience

SELECTED PUBLIC ART PROJECTS
2022- Roses for Rosendale/ Rosendale, NY
2022- Welling Court Mural Project/ Queens, NY
2021- Marcus Garvey Parks Alliance x Parks Department Public Sculpture/ Harlem, NY
2021- UN Women Curator for Global Initiative highlighting women’s rights/ Global
2021- La MaMa Mural/ NYC
2021- MoCADA x City Artist Corps Mural at BCAM/ Brooklyn, NY
2021- Arts Horizons x City Artist Corps Mural at HS for Medical Professions/ Brooklyn, NY
2021- “Rosa La Riveta” Mural/ Brooklyn, NY
2021- “One Love” Mural/ Brooklyn, NY
2020- Restoration Arts and St. Nicks Alliance Mural Project/ Brooklyn, NY
2019- 48 Blocks/ Atlantic City Arts Foundation/ NJ- Mural and youth engagement
2019- Conde Nast x Proactiv Mural/ Brooklyn , NY
2019- Girls Inc./ Worcester, MA- Mural and youth engagement
2019- NYCMAP, NYC Dept. of Mental Health & Hygiene/ NYC- Muralist and facilitator
2018- PRHBTN festival Mural/ Lexington, Kentucky
2018- Wall Therapy/ Rochester, New York- Mural and youth engagement
2018- Silverstein Properties World Trade Center Mural/ NYC
2018- Swanson Road Intermediate School/ Massachusetts- Mural and youth engagement
2018- Downtown Hollywood Mural Project for The City of Hollywood/ Florida
2018- Graffiti Gardens Mural Project/ Wynwood, Miami
2017- 100 Gates Mural Project/ East Harlem, New York
2017- Strokar Arts Festival/ Brussels, Germany
2017- Wynwood Place Mural/ Miami, Florida
2016- Brownsville Mural Project/ Brooklyn, New York- Mural and youth engagement
2016- Albright/ Knox Museum/ Buffalo, NY- Mural and Teaching Artist Residency
2016- Worcester Cultural Coalition/ Worcester, MA- Mural and youth engagement
2016- Kennedy Center Mural Project/ Harlem, NYC

2016- University of Northern Colorado x Transit Museum/ Greeley, CO-
2016- Honeycomb Mural/ Buenos Aires, Argentina

2016- ArtsOrg Mural Project/ LIC/ New York
2016- NY Botanical Garden live painting for Frida exhibition/ NYC
2015- Intermedia Arts, BGirlBe Mural/ Minneapolis
2015- IBE Hip Hop Festival (Mural)/ Netherlands
2015- La MaMa and Fourth Arts Block Mural/ NYC
2015- Rego Park Arts Alliance Mural/ Queens New York
2015- Jose de Diego/ RAW Mural Project with Miami Light Project/ Miami
2015- Wall Therapy/ Rochester, New York
2014- AS220 Dream Installation/ Rhode Island

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2014- Surplus Candy/ NYC
2014- Beautify Earth Mural/ Far Rockaway
2013/15- Restoration Truck Project/ Queens, NY
2013- Chashama Harlem Arts Walk Mural Project/ Harlem, New York
2013- Tel Aviv Bus Station Mural/ Tel Aviv, Israel
2013- Sing for Hope Pianos/ NYC
2011-15- Welling Court Mural Project/ Queens, New York
2011-14- 5 Pointz Mural / Queens, New York
2011- Rooftop Legends Mural / NYC
2011- Walla Walla Mural Project/ Walla Walla, Washington
2011- Materials for the Arts Sustainability Mural / NYC
2010- Primary Flight Mural/ Art Basel/ Miami
2009- Afro Punk Festival- Mural painting/ Brooklyn, New York
2009- WMC Jazz Center- Mural painting/ Brooklyn, New York
2009- The Secret Garden- Mural painting/ Brooklyn, New York
2008- We BGirlz Mural /Tachless/ Berlin, Germany
2007- B GirlBe- Mural / Minneapolis, Minnesota
2006- Meeting of Styles/ Brooklyn, New York
SELECTED EXHIBTIONS
2021- “The Divine Moment” solo exhibition/ Wallworks NY/ Bronx, NYC
2019- “Beauteous” MOMA Pop Rally/ NYC
2019- “Of Women by Women” / Storefront Art Project/ NYC
2019- “Sea: My Journey” solo exhibition at The Andrew Freedman Home/ Bronx, NY
2019- “Evolution”- ladies group exhibition (curated)- The Andrew Freedman Home/ Bronx
2019- “Visions of Awareness” group exhibition- Rockland Center for the Arts/ NY
2018- The Senegal Bienalle/ Dakar, Senegal
2017- “State Property” group exhibition- The Andrew Freedman Home (curated and
exhibited)
2017- Fat Free Arts Gallery -“Fem•Is•In” group exhibition at (curated and exhibited)/ NYC
2017- Gallery Guichard- “Diversity” group exhibition/ Chicago
2017- JCC x Art in FLUX- “Allusions” group exhibition/ NYC

2016- Goings Collection Curator for Romare Bearden and Harlem Renaissance Collection-
DRIHSCS, Bronx, NY

2016- Infinity Room Gallery- “Politically Charged” group exhibition/ Los Angeles
2016- Treason Gallery- “Street Value” group exhibition/ Seattle
2016- Urban Folk Art Gallery- “BK Bridge” group exhibition / NYC
2016- Doyles Gallery- “Brooklyn is the Borough” group exhibition / NYC
2016- Arciles/ Homberg Gallery- “System Equality” group exhibition / NYC
2016- World Trade Gallery- “Off the Wall” group exhibition / NYC
2016- Honeycomb Gallery- “Conversacion Triple” group exhibition / Buenos Aires, Argentina
2015- Hi-ARTS gallery- “Reflections of NYC” solo exhibition/ NYC
2015- City of Museum of New York/ NYC
2015- UN Women/ NYC
2015- Joseph Gross Gallery/ NYC
2015- Le- Salon Atelier- Galerie/ Paris
2015- Outlaw Arts/ NYC
2014- Seyhoun Art Gallery/ Iran
2014- Art Now NY/ NYC
2014- Mighty Tanaka Gallery (Armory Week)/ NYC

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2014- Succulent Studios / BK, NYC
2014- Lodge Gallery/ NYC
2013- Bazel Gallery “Windows of Love” solo exhibition/ Tel Aviv, Israel
2012- Causey Contemporary Gallery “Purple” / Brooklyn, New York
2012- Mighty Tanaka Gallery “Lost & Found” / Brooklyn, New York
2011- NYU Bronfman Gallery/ NYC
2011- Yonkers Public Library “Goddesshood”/ Yonkers, New York
2010- National Women’s Museum of the Arts “Benefit for poetry conference”/ DC
2010- Stroke Art/ Munich, Germany
2010- Fifty24LA Gallery/ Los Angeles, California
2010- Soapstone Gallery/ NYC
2009- Clemente Soto Velez “FresHER”/ NYC
2009- Art House Gallery/ Atlanta, GA
2009- Crewest Gallery “Canceptual” / Los Angeles, California
2009- Museum of Contemporary Art “Sketchbooks”/ Washington, DC
2009- Antena Gallery/Chicago, Illinois
2009- 3rd Ward/ “Sketchbooks” / Brooklyn, New York
2009- Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) “Sketchbooks”/ Atlanta, Georgia
2009- Intermedia Arts/ Minneapolis, MN
2008- The Fuse Gallery/ NYC
2008- ABC No Rio/ NYC
2008- Chashama/ NYC
2007- Nurture Art / Brooklyn, New York
2007- Arts at Marks/ Oahu, Hawaii
2007- Legion Arts Gallery/ Iowa
2006- OngKing Arts Center/ Hawaii
2006- Powerhouse Gallery/ New York City
2005- Blinde Design Showroom/ New York
2005- Colette Gallery/ Paris, France
2005- Milk Bar/ San Francisco, CA
2005- Lab 101 Gallery/ Los Angeles, CA
2003- The Saville Gallery/ Cumberland/ Maryland
2002- The Puffin Foundation/ Teaneck, New Jersey
2001- The Limner Gallery/ New York City
2001- The Period Gallery/ Omaha, Nebraska
TEACHING ARTIST/ FACILITATOR
2021- 20222- Charter High School for Law and Social Justice/ Bronx, NY
2021- Brooklyn Community Media and Arts High School/ Brooklyn, NY
2020- ROC Paint Mural with Rochester HS students/ Rochester, NY
2019- Hudson MOCA mural with Peekskill High School/ Peekskill, NY
2019- 2014- Dr. Richard La Izquierdo Health and Science School/ Bronx, NY
2016- Albright/ Knox Museum Mural and Teaching Artist Residency/ Buffalo NY
2016- University of Northern Colorado/ Greeley, Colorado
2016- Hi-ARTS- Education Director / Harlem, New York
2015- Good Tidings Foundation x LeRoy Neiman Foundation Student Mural Project/ NYC
2015- FOKUS Spring Festival/ Brooklyn, New York
2016-2013 Hi-ARTS/ Harlem, New York
2015-2013 Miami Light Project, Miami
2014-2011- Studio Museum in Harlem /NYC

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2014- School of Visual Arts
2014- Urban Arts Partnership/ NYC
2014-2011- BRIC Arts/ Brooklyn, NY
2013- Anne Frank Center/ New York
2013-2011- The Laundromat Project/ Harlem, NYC
2013-2011- Materials for the Arts, Brooklyn
2013-2011- Sing For Hope/ Brooklyn and Harlem, New York
2013- ArtsEast NY/ Brooklyn, NY
2012- St. Peters College/ New Jersey
2012-2011- Jamaica Center for the Arts/ Queens, New York
2010-2008- The Young Women’s Leadership School/ Astoria, New York
2009- Manhattan Country School/ NYC
2009- Bronx Charter School/ Bronx, New York
2009-2001- Creative Classrooms/ St. Aloysius School & Corpus Christi/ Harlem, NYC
EDUCATION
1999-1995 Parsons School of Design / NYC – Bachelor of Fine Arts
1998- The Rietveld Acadamie/ Amsterdam- mobility exchange scholarship from Parsons
CURATOR/ ADMINISTRATOR
2019- 2016- Advisor and strategic planning- The Andrew Freedman Home
2019- 2014- Art advisor and Strategic planning- Dr. Richard Izquierdo Health and Science
Charter School
2019-2016- Services to Artist Committee for College Arts Association- developed and
organized programs for artists
2021- 2001- Manager/ Curator for Russell Goings’ collection of Harlem Renaissance works
2004-2010 YOUNITY Arts Collective- Curator/ Founder/ Organizer
GRANTS, AWARDS, RESIDENCIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS
2022- Take a Breath Residency with Action Lab/ Ossining, NY
2021- Oolite Arts Microgrants- Miami based artists
2020- Young Arts Microgrants- Miami based artists
2020- Paige West Grant- Miami based artists
2019- College Arts Association Panel on “Art and Equity”/ NYC (organized and facilitated)
2017- Brown University on “Women Making Place: Graffiti, Street Art, Public Murals”
2017- College Arts Association Panel on “Art on the Streets”/ NYC
2016- The Fountainhead Residency/ Miami, FL
2016- The Andrew Freedman Home/ Artist in Resident/ Bronx, NY
2016- The Ross Institute/ Hamptons, NY
2016- The Staufferstadt Artist Residency/ Virginia
2016- Next City Vanguard Graduate/ Houston, Texas
2016- Honeycomb Arts Residency/ Buenos Aires, Argentina
2015- IBE panel on Women in the Arts/ Heerlen, Netherlands
2015- Brooklyn Public Library Dialogues in the Visual Arts Panel/ Brooklyn, NY
2015- Aura Arts Space Studio Residency in Harlem, NY
2015- CAA Conference/ panel discussion “Breaking the Rules, Other Career Paths”/ NYC
2014- The DeVos Institute- Panel discussion on “Art and Placemaking”/ Wynwood, Miami
2014- Miami Light Project Community Art Engagement Residency/ Wynwood, Miami
2014- AS220 Lecture on current installation Broad Street Synagogue/ Providence, RI

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2014- Brown University Panel discussion “Graffiti and Bottom Up Placemaking”/
Providence, RI
2014- AS220 Artist in Resident/ Providence, Rhode Island
2014- Fountain Art Fair Panel Discussion on “Women in Street Art”/ NYC
2013- 2011- Marc Ecko Studio Residency/ NYC
2012- Teaching Artist Excellency Award from NYC DOE
2012- “GODDESShood- Our Land is our Jewel “ Panel Discussion/ Sarah Lawrence
College/ Yonkers NY
2010- Paris Art Residency/ Paris
2010- “BRAINSTORM! Teaching Artist Panel”/ Frank Sinatra School of the Arts/ NY
2010- “Live To Change Something Through Art” Panel / Restoration Plaza/ Brooklyn, NY
2009- “Makin’ It: Artists Working Now” Panel Discussion/ State Office Building/ Harlem NY
2008- Puffin Foundation Grant for Younity Arts Collective (women’s arts collective I founded
in 2006)
2008- Ford Foundation Travel Grant for We B Girlz/ Berlin
2008- “Reach All Teach All- Social Entrepreneurs” Panel Discussion/ The Brooklyn Museum
SELECT PUBLICATIONS
2018- Street Art Coloring Book/ Miami
2016- 2Create/ NYC
2016- UnSanctioned: Art on New York Streets/ NYC
2016- L’Art Se Rue/ Paris
2016- Wynwood Coloring Book/ Miami
2016- Mash Up/ NYC
2014- Outdoor Gallery NYC/ NYC
2010- Heart & Soul/ NYC
ACHIEVEMENTS
2021- Curator UN Women Mural Initiative “Artivism: Breaking the walls of gender Inequality”
2020- Arts Council of Rockland Board member
2017- 2020- Andrew Freedman Home Artist in Resident
2017- Fountainhead Artist in Resident
2017- Curator for the Goings Collection
2016- Next City Vanguard Graduate
2016- Nominated CAA Services to Artists committee member
2016- Artwork commissioned by The University of Northern Colorado & The Railroad
Museum in Greeley, CO
2015- Artwork obtained by The City of Museum of NY for Hip Hop Mash-Up exhibition
2014- Art Education Coordinator- Hi_ARTS
2014- Graduate of Art Home and The Midas Collaborative Matching Artist Grant
2013- Graduated of The Summer Artist Institute with Creative Capital
2010- Mayors Award for excellence in NYC Art Education
2004- Co-founder of YOUNITY- a women’s art collective with a professional platform for
women in the arts through exhibitions, panel discussions, mural productions, and youth
workshops.
1998- Awarded Mobility Scholarship from Parsons School of Design in partnership with The
Rietveld Academie
1994-1999 Scholarship for BFA degree at Parsons School of Design

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CLIENT LIST
Nike, Proactiv Skin Care, Teen Vogue, CNX, Jennifer Nettles, Kendall Jenner, Department
of Health, Girls Inc., Silverstein Properties, Merchant River House, UN Women, MoCADA
LANGUAGE
English: Native language; Hebrew: Fluent (Speaking and reading); Spanish: Conversational

SOLO EXHIBITION

2015 — The Gateway, Los Angeles, CA 2012 — Saffron and Genevieve, “Still… Life.” Santa Cruz, CA 2011 — Stumptown Gallery, “Still… Life.” Alma, WI 2007 — Gitana Rosa Gallery, “It’s Not Funny,” Brooklyn, NY — Sleep Boutique, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY 2004 — Artist of the Month series, Lexington County Main Library, Lexington, SC

EDUCATION

B.F.A. 2000: Concentration in Painting and Photography, School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston in affiliation with Tufts University. B.F.A. Coursework 1996-1998: Fine Art Foundations, Savannah College of Art and Design. Recipient of Portfolio Scholarship. Areas of Concentration: Painting, Drawing, Women’s and Cultural Studies.