Monica Marini

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Selected Exhibitions

Washington Printmakers National Small Works. .Washington Printmakers Gallery.Washington, DC

Hunterdon Museum of Art, 48thAnnual National Juried Print Exhibition. Clinton, NJ

2nd LUC Print Biennial.  Crown Center Gallery. Loyola University, Chicago, IL

Postcards from In-between. The San Francisco Women’s Building,San Francisco, CA

Grabarte Artists, EBMUD, Oakland, CA

Museo Nacional del Grabado. III Bienal Argentina de Grafica Latinoamericana. Buenos Aires, Argentina 

International Miniprint Exhibition. Lahti, Finland

Envoys. Lopdell House Gallery, Waitakere City, New Zealand.

Quel 500 Ans.. .? , Maison des Arts du Grutli, Geneva, Switzerland.



1994 – 1998:    Commissioner, Alameda County Art Commission, Alameda  County, California.

1994:                Art Instructor, Career Resources Development Center, Oakland, CA

1993 – 1995:    As member of Taller Sin Fronteras, Teach “ Printmaking” for Asian,

                         African-American, and Latino Youth. Classes took place at Kala Institute,

                         Berkeley, CA, and Laney College, Oakland, CA.

1983 – 2003:    Park Day School, Oakland, CA, Teaching “Spanish through Art” to Third to sixth graders.

1975 – 1980: Visual Art and Film Series Director,  La Peña Cultural Center, Berkeley, CA.



2nd LUC Print Biennial Acquisition award, Loyola University, Chicago, 2004

Radiance Magazine, “Monica Marini,” Caffyn Kelley, Fall, 1991, issue 28, Oakland, CA. 

Aquelarre Magazine, “Women and Art,” “Monica Marini,” issue number 4, Vancouver, BC, Canada. September 1990.

The California Art Review 1990.

Tiempo Latino, “Dos Artistas Argentinas Exponen en Berkeley,” Amelia Samper, Oct 25, 1989.

City Lights Review, number 3, City Lights Books, San Francisco. Illustration of  “Villa Grimaldi,” a story by Enrique Cruz.



La Peña Cultural Center, Berkeley, California

Grabarte Group, San Francisco Bay Area, California



1979:   Berkeley Civic Arts Commission

1977:   Bay Area Community Foundation. Developed and directed a multicultural bilingual art program for children. The program was implemented in both public and private schools.



Kala Institute, Berkeley, CA. 

National School of Visual Arts, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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