Alice Iiescu

Alice Andreea Iliescu is associate professor, PhD, within the Graphic Arts Department and the Comics and Cartoons MA Program of the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Art and Design in Cluj-Napoca, Romania (UAD). She graduated BA, MA and PhD. programs at UAD as well as the MA program of the Comics Department of École Supérieure Européenne de l'Image, EESI, Angoulême, France. She attended specialization curatorial summer courses within École du Louvre, Paris, France. Since 2009 she has been teaching in fields such as mixed media, sequential art, comics, animation, engraving and printing techniques. Her exhibition activity includes more than 40 national and international group shows, as well as 8 personal exhibitions - Detailism, Intimistique, Unrelieved, Exaltink, Alice doesn't live here anymore, Olympus, Olympiad, 52 m2 under the ceiling - in which she explores the sequential image in high print, linocut and woodcut, large scale 200x150 cm. She has collaborated in the implementation of nationally and internationally funded cultural and community projects, coordinated 21 workshops, 11 exhibitions and she is author and co-author of more than 10 artistic publications, journal studies and collective volumes. Since 2019 she is the art director and artistic research coordinator of ArtiViStory Collective.