2017    Astral, Trammell-Gagne, Seattle, WA 

2012    Galaxy Grrrls Defy Gravity, Seattle Public Art Commission 

2008    Free Will or Chance, G.A.S. Visual Art & Performance Space, Poughkeepsie, NY

2006    Chevaleresses, G. Gibson Gallery, Seattle, WA

2004    New Works, Paintings by Alicia Berger, Patricia Cameron Fine Art, Seattle, WA

2003    Voice Activate, Seattle Asian Art Museum, Seattle, WA

2002    Public Sex, Broadway Performance Hall, Seattle, WA
            BUMP, Experience Music Project, Seattle, WA
            Secret Identity, Cornish Alumni Gallery, Seattle, WA

2001    Inside Outreach, Children’s Art Museum, Seattle, WA

2000    Matter, Energy, Space & Time, Patricia Cameron Fine Art Gallery, Seattle, WA

1999    The Apparent Junction of Earth & Sky, Trammel Gagne Gallery, Seattle, WA


2007    6th Annual PONCHO Invitational Art Auction, Seattle, WA

2006    15 + ½, Gail Gibson Gallery, Seattle, WA

2006    RC Gallery, Portland, OR

2005    RC Gallery, Portland, OR

2004    Bowery Gallery Juried Exhibition, New York, New York

2003    Cornish Alumni Exhibition, Washington State Convention Center, Seattle

2003    Bemis Building Fall Art Show, Juried Exhibition, Seattle, WA

2002    Seed Show, SOIL Gallery, Seattle, WA

2001    Laughter, Fear & Possibly Rage, Commencement Art Gallery, Tacoma, WA
            New Paintings, Alexis Hotel, Seattle, WA
            Play on or Around, Black Lab Gallery, Seattle, WA
            Faux Natural, Fuzzy Engine Gallery, Seattle, WA
            Mania Show, Fuzzy Engine Gallery, Seattle, WA

2000    Northwest Annual, Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA. Curated by Brian Wallace
            Rampant Individualism, Watcom Museum, Bellingham, WA
            Spring in Havana 2000: 8th Annual Electro-Acoustic Festival, Havana, Cuba

1999    Video Night on Capital Hill, Seattle Asian Art Museum, Seattle, WA
            Faculty Selects, Fisher Gallery, Seattle, WA
            Group Show, Patricia Cameron Fine Art Gallery, Seattle, WA
            Faculty Selects, Fisher Gallery, Seattle, WA


2012    Public Arts Commission, City of Seattle, Seattle Center Productions, WA

2012    Lighting Renton GAP Art Commission Finalist, Renton, WA

2008    Centrum Creative Residency, Port Townsend, WA

2007    Scholarship, 911 Media Arts, Seattle

2005    Artists’ Fellowship Inc. Grant, New York, NY

2005    Change Inc Grant, Captiva, FL

2003    First Place, Bemis Building Juried Art Show, Seattle, WA

2002    Artist in Residence, Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle, WA

1999/2000 Merit Scholarship, Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle, WA

1998/1999 Merit Scholarship, Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle, WA

Seattle Design Center, Seattle, WA
City of Seattle, Seattle Center Productions, WA
Harborview Medical Center, Seattle,WA
Belltown Cottage Park, Seattle, WA


Barbara Gallo Farrell, “Art Show: ‘Free Will or Chance’, Pourghkeepsie Journal, February 14, 1008 (Reproduction)

Regina Hackett, “Byron Kim’s simple surfaces invite deeper exploration”, Seattle Post Intelligencer, July 21-27, 2006

“Hot Ticket”, The Seattle Times, Ticket, July 21-27, 2006 (Reproduction)

Mathew Kangas, "Making Their Mark at Cornish, In Seattle and Beyond", The Seattle Times Dec 2003

Regina Hackett, "Works by Cornish Alumni Definitely Worth a Look", Seattle Post Intelligencer, Nov. 28, 2003

Stuart Eskenazi, "Museum Film Project…" The Seattle Times, Sept. 21, 2001 (Reproduction)

Emily Hall, "Now With Goats", The Stranger, April, 2001

Emily Hall, "The Bellevue Art Museum’s Annual Impresses, The Stranger, July, 2000 (Reproduction)

2007    The Artful Home, by Toni Sikes
2007    IKEA Catalog
2007    PF Fliers Catalog
2006 The Guild Catalog
2005-2007 Grand Image, Seattle WA


2008    Certificate of Directing, New York Film Academy, NY

2000    BFA in Fine Arts Magna Cum Laude, Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle, WA


Encaustic on canvas on board


Alicia Berger is an accomplished painter, experimental filmmaker and screenwriter who's works have shown in galleries, museums, public spaces and on public television. For several years after graduating from art school, Berger divided her time between painting and experimental filmmaking—eventually leaving both practices to study filmmaking in NY and then LA. Several scripts later, the urge to express a particular idea in paint drove her back to the studio where she completed her latest body of work, ASTRAL