Arleene Correa Valencia 

b. 1993, Michoacán, Mexico

Lives and works in San Francisco, CA. 


Education

2020

                 MFA, California College of the Arts, San Francisco, Ca.

2018 

                 BFA, California College of the Arts, Oakland, Ca.

2017
                  ACAID New York Studio Residency Program, New York, New York. 

2014
                  Napa Valley Community College, Napa Valley, Ca.

Awards & Scholarships 


2020

             Emmy Award, Public/Current Community Affairs Feature Segment, "Portraits of Napa Workers: Arleene Correa Valencia, KQED. Producer Kelly Whalen, Director Armando Aparicio, Editor Elie Khadra. 


2019

                 AXA Art Prize Finalist

                 William and Gloria Brobeck Scholarship in Graduate Fine Arts 


2018 

                 Byron Meyer Scholarship in Graduate Fine Arts

                 George Post Memorial Scholarship 

                 CCA Diversity Scholarship 

2017 
                  Anderson Ranch Art Center Scholarship

                 ACAID New York Studio Residency Program

One Person Exhibitions

2019

                 Invisible, Cal Maritime Community Art Gallery, Vallejo, Ca.

                 En Tiempo de Crisis, Mission Pie, San Francisco, Ca.

2018

                 Es El, Soy Yo, Somos Nosotros/It’s Him, It’s Me, It’s Us, Isabel Percy West Gallery, Oakland, Ca.

Juried Exhibitions 

2019

             AXA Art Prize, San Fransisco Art Institute, San Fransisco; Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago; New York Art Academy, New York. Juried by Ian Alteveer from The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Massimiliano Gioni from The New Museum; Jennie Goldstein from The Whitney and Cara Manes from the Museum of Modern Art. 

Selected Group Exhibitions 

2020

              Come To Your Census: Who Counts in America?, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, Ca. 

               Chain 13 Reaction, SFAC Galleries, Online.

               Represent, Watsonville Film Festival, Watsonville, Ca.

               Campesinos: Workers of the Land, Pajaro Valley Arts, Watsonville, Ca.  

                Migration, Vessel Gallery, Oakland, Ca.

                 XicanX: New Visions, Centro de Artes Gallery, San Antonio, Tx.

                 Resisting Incarceration Culture: Art as Survival, Oliver Center, CCA, Oakland, Ca.


2019

                 Our Connection To The Land, MACLA, San Jose, Ca. 

                 Scale-Up: A Cultural Convergence by Bay Area Women Artist, Yountville, Ca.

                 Represent, San Francisco Film Festival, Opera Plaza Cinema, San Francisco, Ca. 

                 A Taste of LA, Latino Coalition of Lost Angeles, Los Angeles, Ca. 

                 PUENTE, Tiber 59, Mexico City, Mexico.

                 Waiting For The Garden Of Eden, White Box Gallery, Harlem, Ny.

2018

                 Encuentros/Encounters, El Comalito Collective, Vallejo, Ca.

                 #3 Performance Night, Provoke Gallery, San Francisco, Ca.

                 Mas Te Vale Arte Presents: PUENTE, Empire Tattoo, Sacramento, Ca.

                 Nahuitlampa, curated Antonio Mejia, Mexico City, Mx.

                 While Supplies Last, Capitol Hill Art Walk, Seattle, Wa.

                 Generation Zero Art Show, curated Carla Padres, Riverside Art Museum, Riverside, Ca.

                 UndocuFest, San Francisco, Ca.

                 Ode to the Human Worker, Oakland, Ca.

2017

                 Indi-visible-lines, Oakland, CA.

                 On The Passage, Brooklyn, New York.

Residencies and Fellowships 

2020

                   Fountain Head Residency, Miami Fl. 

                   Richard A. Ward Fellow,  di Rosa Center For Contemporary Art, Napa, Ca. 

2017

                   AICAD New York Studio Residency Program, School of Visual Arts, New York, Ny.

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