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Alice Dubiel is a visual artist who has exhibited work nationally and internationally, especially in the western US for over 40 years. Much of her visual work is concerned with ecology and the politics of representation; media include painting, artist's books, printmaking, installation and conceptual work. Among 30 solo installations and community projects, many at community and college galleries in Washington State and California featured paintings, prints, interactive and conceptual work involving land use. Her work has appeared at Bumbershoot, the Seattle Arts Festival, the Tacoma Art Museum, SOMAR center in San Francisco, the Fresno Art Museum, Portland State University, the University of Wisconsin. Recently she created a major installation for exhibition at the Museum of Northwest Art in October 2018.
In fall 2006, Dubiel was artist in residence at North Cascades National Park. In recent years Dubiel has been invited to exhibit and lecture in Gwangju, Daegu and Gyeongju with international women artists from Korea, Russia, Mongolia, Southeast Asia, Middle East, Europe and the US. In 1984, Dubiel received funds from the National Endowment for the Humanities for research on women’s performance. In 2007 she received funds from 4Culture in King County, WA for The Hazel Tree Mother and in 2014 for a project, In Search of the Mulberry Mother, travel to Korea. Additionally, she writes critical commentary on culture, politics and literature, and sings in a women's choir which performs works from the medieval European repertoire. Alice Dubiel works and lives with her family in Seattle.
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