Allyson Vieira

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Allyson Vieira

Assistant Professor & Coordinator, Foundations; Undergraduate Advisor BA & BFA in Fine Arts, Dual BA in Art History & Fine Arts



Sculptor Allyson Vieira lives and works in New York. She is Assistant Professor of Foundations at the Corcoran School of Art at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C.. She has exhibited extensively internationally and in the U.S., including institutional projects with Kunsthalle Basel, Swiss Institute, Fall River MoCA, Storm King Art Center, PinchukArtCentre, Non-Objectif Sud, Frieze Projects, The Public Art Fund, The Highline, and SculptureCenter. Her catalog, Allyson Vieira: The Plural Present, was published by Karma Books in 2016, and her book of interviews with Greek master marble carvers, On the Rock: The Acropolis Interviews, for which she received grants from the Graham Foundation, the Henry Moore Foundation, and FLACC,  is now available from Soberscove Press.

Bard College, MFA Sculpture
The Cooper Union, BFA Fine Arts