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Olivia Baldwin

  • Adjunct Lecturer
Academic Division: Arts & Humanities

Bio

Olivia Baldwin is a visual artist whose practice interweaves painting, drawing, and sculpture. She teaches painting at Babson College. Her work has appeared in exhibitions in Austria, Italy, and throughout the United States: Zrcher Gallery (New York, NY), A.I.R. Gallery (Brooklyn, NY), Boston University (Boston, MA), One River School of Art + Design (Allendale, NJ), Miami University (Oxford, OH), Jane Lombard Gallery (New York, NY), and elsewhere. Alongside her studio practice, Baldwin has organized and curated numerous exhibitions and multidisciplinary programs in New York and Connecticut, including Dusklit Interactive Art Festival. Baldwin's research has been supported by residencies, fellowships, and grants from Ox-Bow, Vermont Studio Center, Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild, the Wood/Raith Living Trust, Assets for Artists (MASS MoCA), and the University of Connecticut, among others.

Academic Degrees

  • MFA, University of Connecticut
  • BA, University of Wisconsin, Madison
  • BFA, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Academic Interest / Expertise

The expanded field of painting and the intersection of painting and poetry.

Courses

  • Degree Courses 2021

    • ART 1175 BEGIN PAINTING WATERCOLOR ACRYLIC