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Allison Grace Schukis

EDUCATION:

2020 (est. graduation): Robert D Clark Honors College, University of Oregon: Eugene, Oregon. Presidential Scholar. BA Art, BA Art History

2015: Arts & Communication Magnet Academy: Beaverton, Oregon. Endorsements: Photography, Drawing & Painting. Valedictorian

RELATED INTENSIVE PROGRAMS:

2017: Architecture & Art History in Rome, Art History Track. University of Oregon G.E.O.

2016: Art and Artifact: Athens, Greece. University of Oregon G.E.O.

2015: YoungArts New York

2014: San Francisco Art Institute Pre College Program

2013: California College of the Arts Pre College Program

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

2017: Caryatids, Aperture Gallery, University of Oregon Erb Memorial Union, Eugene OR

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2018: Contested Memories, Curated by University of Oregon’s Art History Student Association, LaVerne Krause Gallery, Eugene, OR

2018: Self, LaVerne Krause Gallery, Eugene, OR

2017: Disappearance, LaVerne Krause Gallery, Eugene, OR

2016: Art and Artifact, the Athens Centre: Athens, Greece

2015: YoungArts New York, MOMA PS1: New York City, NY

2014: Pre College Exhibition, Diego Rivera Gallery: San Francisco, CA

2013-2014: Scholastic’s ART.WRITE.NOW.DC: The President’s Committee on the Arts and        Humanities, Washington, DC

SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS:

2018: “Phrasikleia Kore: Alternative Feminine Roles.” Event: Northwest Undergraduate Conference on the Ancient World, Willamette University, Salem OR

2018: “Processing: Travel and My Artistic Work.” Event: Evolution of the Travel Journal, sponsored by University of Oregon’s Office of International Affairs, Eugene OR

ART PUBLISHED IN:

2018: “The Kitsch Issue,” Oregon Voice

2017: “The Art Issue,” Oregon Voice

WRITING PUBLISHED IN:

2018: Unbound, Volume X Issue II

RELEVANT WORK & VOLUNTEERING:

2017-present: Undergraduate Student Advisor, Art Department, University of Oregon

2017, 2018: Student Leader of Clark Honors College Introductory Program Course “Know Thy Selfie: the Philosophy and Practice of Social Media”

2015, 2017-present: Photography Lab Monitor (Volunteer), University of Oregon Art Department

AWARDS:

2018: Gloria Tovar Lee Scholarship for Promising Undergraduate Student in Art History, Department of the History of Art and Architecture, University of Oregon

2015-present: Presidential Scholar, University of Oregon

2015: YoungArts Winner, Merit: Photography

2015: National Scholastic Art Awards Silver Medal, Art Portfolio

2015: Portland Metro Scholastic Art Awards Gold Key Portfolio (2)

2013-2015: ACMA High School Photography Student of Merit

2013: National Scholastic Art Awards Gold Medal, Photography

2010-2015: Portland Metro Scholastic Art Awards: Honorable Mention (9), Silver Key (4),           Gold Key (13)

LANGUAGES:

Fluent: English

Reading: Attic Greek