DARIA TAVOULARIS

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b. 1976 Manila, Philippines

  

EDUCATION:

2005   MFA, Studio Art, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.

1999   BFA, Studio Art, The Cooper Union School of Art, New York, NY.          

           Studies in Film and Critical Theory, The New School, New York, NY.

1994   Studies in Fine Art, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis, MN.

  

ONE-PERSON EXHIBITIONS:

2006   Dominion Hotel Goes on Vacation in a Daydream, Lobby Gallery, Vancouver, BC.

2003   New Works, Zeitgeist, Seattle, WA.

2001   Pieces, SW China Normal University, Chongqing, China.

  

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2008   The Digital View, 6.20, Arti et Amicitiae, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

2006   Way Crafty, Blanket Gallery, Vancouver, BC.

2005   Horses for Courses, Helen and Morris Belkin Gallery, Vancouver, BC.          

           This Experiment, Butchershop Gallery, Vancouver, BC.

2004   Lucky 13, Belkin Satellite, Vancouver, BC.

2003   Specimen, SOIL Gallery, Seattle, WA.          

           Second Sight, Color Graphics, Seattle, WA.

2000   Paradise, Diamond Gallery, St. Paul, MN.

1999   Peculiar Pageantry: A Questionable Episode, Houghton Gallery, NY, NY.          

           Superfantastic #6, Baltimore, MD.

1998   Junge Kunstlerinnen, Das Verborgene Museum, Berlin, Germany.

1997   She Show, Cooper Union, New York, NY.

  

AWARDS:

2003   Graduate Entrance Fellowship, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.

2001   Jerome Foundation Fellowship, Jerome Foundation, St. Paul, MN.

1999   Ethel Cram Memorial Prize, Cooper Union, New York, NY.

1997   Cooper Union Full Tuition Scholarship, New York, NY.

1994   Minneapolis College of Art and Design Merit Scholarship, Minneapolis, MN.

1993   Minnesota Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Full Tuition Scholarship.

  

CURATORIAL PROJECTS:

2007   Pulp: Mystery, Romance, True Adventure, Eleanor Harwood Gallery, San Francisco, CA.

2003   Specimen: Investigating Nature, group exhibition, SOIL Gallery, Seattle, WA.

1999   Peculiar Pageantry: A Questionable Episode, group exhibition, Houghton Gallery, NY, NY.

  

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY:

2005-Present   Founding Editor, Article: Art and the Imaginative Promise, www.articlejournal.net.

2008-9   Artist-in-Residence, Spotted Bird B&B, Gila, NM.

2003   Artist-in-Residence, The Children's Museum, Seattle, WA.

2002   Guest Lecturer, Southwest China Normal University, Chongqing, China.

2001   Artist-in-Residence, Saint John's University, Collegeville, MN. 

  

REVIEWS AND PUBLICATIONS:

2008   Daria Tavoularis. "Tree of Influence," Article: Art and the Imaginative Promise, Issue #4.

2007   Daria Tavoularis. “Poem and Picture,” Drawing and Poetry Collaboration with Cecily Iddings, Article:            Art and the Imaginative Promise, Issue #2, p 14.

2006   Daria Tavoularis. “A Case for the Preservation of Hippie Embroidery,” Article: Art and the Imaginative            Promise, Issue #1, p 13.

2005   Kim Bennett. “I Went for a Walk in Daria Park,” Horses for Courses exhibition catalog,            November.          

           Regina Hackett. “Investigating Nature,” SOIL Artist-Run Gallery 1995>2005.2004  

           Carla Gillis. “My Digs,” Westender, June 24-30, p 43.          

           Samantha Young. “Lucky 13,” ThreeSixtySeven, February.

2003   Regina Hackett. “Nature Becomes Artificial in the Hands of Artists at Soil,” Seattle Post-Intelligencer,            Nov 14, What’s Happening supplement, p 18.          

           David Stoesz. Weekly Pick, Seattle Weekly, Vol 28:7, Feb 26-Mar 4, p 69.          

           Alex Muse. Second Sight exhibition catalog, January.

2001   Chongqing Daily, Dec 8, front page.

1998   “My Surreal Everyday,” Ticket Weekly Cultural Magazine, August.          

           Christa Wendenburg. “Girlies and Touries,” Berliner Morgenpost, August 11, p 25.          

           “Young Artists from New York at the Verborgene Museum,” Zitty, August, p 57.  

© 2009 Daria Tavoularis