ALEXIS ROBERTS KEINER alexis.roberts.keiner@gmail.com B. ANCHORAGE, ALASKA, USA LIVING/WORKING SAN FRANCISCO AND LOS ANGELES Education 2020 MFA (pending), San Francisco State University (expected May 2020) 2002 BA, Art Studio, Minor in Dance, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colorado Awards/Grants/Fellowships 2017 ePatient Scholar, Stanford Medicine X, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, Fall 2017 Emerging Leader Program (ELP), Stanford Medicine X, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, Summer 2017 Exhibitions 2018 Group Show, Confessions and Declarations, Martin Wong Gallery, San Francisco, California 2017 Group Show, ART WEEK: Alumni Artist Showcase, Cornerstone Art Center at Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colorado (catalogue) 2017 Group Show, CAFE SKETCHES:Artist’s Travel Drawings and Painting, Perry Carlson Gallery, Mt Vernon, Washington 2016 Group Show, All Saints Charity Auction, Beverly Hills, California 2016 Solo Show Coastal Journal: 37 Small Paintings From 2005-2015, Canon Club , Beverly Hills, California 2014 Group Show, Rema Hort Mann Foundation Benefit Auction, Santa Monica, California 2013 Solo Show, Work, Alaska Robotics Gallery, Juneau, Alaska. Alexis Roberts Keiner Educational CV 2012 Solo Show, Unshown Works, The Lost Theatre, Los Angeles, California 2011 Two-Person Show, Ebb and Flow: a conversation between two artists, Ruby Room Exhibition Space, Juneau, Alaska. (in collaboration with Suzanne Peck) 2010 Group Show, Student Exhibition 2010: Emotional Quality of Light, Paintings from the students of Diana Tillion, Cove Gallery,Halibut Cove, Alaska 2009 Group Show, Student Exhibition: Emotional Quality of Light, Paintings from the of Diana Tillion, Cove Gallery,Halibut Cove, Alaska 2008 Solo Show, 6/30/07 - 7/17/07, Ruby Room Exhibition Space in Juneau, Alaska (catalogue, curated by Sarah Asper-Smith) 2007 Group Show, Student Exhibition 2007: Emotional Quality of Light, Paintings from the students of Diana Tillion, Cove Gallery,Halibut Cove, Alaska Group Show, Student Exhibition 2006: Emotional Quality of Light, Paintings from the students of Diana Tillion, Cove Gallery,Halibut Cove, Alaska 2005 Group Show, Student Exhibition 2005: Emotional Quality of Light, Paintings from the students of Diana Tillion, Cove Gallery,Halibut Cove, Alaska 2004 Group Show, Student Exhibition 2004: Emotional Quality of Light, Paintings from the students of Diana Tillion, Cove Gallery,Halibut Cove, Alaska 2003 Group Show, Student Exhibition 2003: Emotional Quality of Light, Paintings from the students of Diana Tillion, Cove Gallery,Halibut Cove, Alaska 2002 Solo Show, My Sister's Couch: Interior Landscapes, Armstrong Hall, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Senior Thesis Exhibition. (catalogue) Bibliography 2017/October 3 Medicine X 2017: Community, Connection, Storytelling, Katie McCurdy, Medium.com (https://medium.com/@katiemccurdy/medicine-x-2017-community-connection-storytelling-7bfeac45adc1) 2017/September 18 Grief in the Time of Social Media, Angela Gargano, Scope Blog, Stanford University (https://scopeblog.stanford.edu/2017/09/18/grief-in-the-time-of-social-media-a-medicine-x-panel-delves-in/) 2017/September 16 Panel: “Death and Bereavement in the Digital Age” Stanford Medicine X, Marla Wexler, WeGoHealth 2011/June 30 Diana Tillion Student Offers Painting Class In Cove, Michael Armstrong,Homer News Lectures, Presentations, Workshops, (Critiques/Conferences/Symposia, etc.) 2018 “ARTIST/ePATIENT: Expression, Advocacy, and the Patient Narrative,” lecturer, Stanford Anesthesiology Summer Institute, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA June-July 2018 2018 “Miscarriage and Infant Loss,” panelist, ReImagine End of Life, San Francisco, CA, April 2018 Alexis Roberts Keiner Educational CV 2017 “Death And Bereavement in the Digital Age,” panelist, Stanford Medicine X, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, September 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pq8a5HsweSM 2015 “Emotional Quality of Light” 6-day workshop leader, private residence, Los Angeles, California, Summer 2015 2015 “Octopus and it’s Ink!” Visiting Artist and Workshop,, Carthay Environmental Studies Magnet (Title 1), LAUSD, Los Angeles, California, Spring 2015 2007 Beginning Painting, Visiting Critic, Mark Strickland (professor), Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California, Fall 2007 Collections Lt Governor Mead Treadwell, Anchorage, Alaska Travel 2017 Son Doong Cave Photography/Drawing Expedition, Oxalis Expeditions, Ka Bang National Park, Vietnam 2015 Denali National Park Expedition, Alaska 2015 2000 Beginning Italian Language and Culture, Sulmona, Italy 2000 Professional Experience 2019 Teaching Assistant, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA (Professional Practices, Spring 2019) 2018 Guest Lecturer, Stanford University Medical School, Palo Alto, CA (“Artist/ePatient and the Patient Narrative”, Stanford Anesthesiology Summer Institute, Summer 2018) 2011 Workshop Leader, Cove Gallery, Halibut Cove, AK (Observational Drawing in Ink and Watercolor, Summer 2011) 2010 Workshop Assistant, Cove Gallery, Halibut Cove, AK (prepared workshops lead exercises, cleaned, prepared studio/classroom) 1997 Teacher’s Assistant, West Anchorage High School, Anchorage, Alaska (Dance 1, Choreographic Methods) 2002 Thesis and Exhibition Program, Colorado College 1999-2009 Mentorship, Artist Diana Tillion, Halibut Cove, Alaska

References
Suzanne Peck, Associate Professor of Sculpture and Glass, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York
Mike Arcega, Associate Professor of Expanded Practice and Sculpture, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California