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Natalie Alarcon

Professional Background

Educational Background

Ed.D. in Art and Art Education. Teachers College Columbia University. New York, NY. (in progress)           


M.A. Studio Art, Painting. New York University. New York, NY. (2008)


B.F.A. Communication Design. Parsons the New School for Design. New York, NY. (1994)

Scholarly Interests

Painting and photography art practices;the role that ritual plays in opening transitional spaces that inform a creative practice; the transformation that occurs during the creative process; packaging design and art direction.

Selected Publications


Natalie Alarcón’s work is represented in private collections in New York, Washington State, Madrid, Paris, Geneva, Venice, Bremen, and Frankfurt. She keeps an active art studio and works as an art director in the package design industry.

Alarcón’s art has been exhibited in numerous venues both in New York and Europe including the Postcrypt gallery, Columbia University (NY); Floor for Art gallery (NY); 80, Washington Square East gallery, New York University (NY); New Century Artists gallery (NY); Omega institute gallery (NY), Metropolitan Building (LIC); and IUAV: Universita' d'Architettura diVenezia (Venice, Italy).



Web Presence

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