• February 2020 •This latest article on Artsy!
    The article Crystal Bridges New Space the Momentary Targets Millenial Art Lovers has a nice little nod to me and two others:

    "Highlights that both flaunt the space’s architectural potential and honor the integrity of the artwork include Edra Soto’s Open 24 Hours (2017). Her pristine white vitrines house polished liquor bottles found on her daily walks in Chicago’s Garfield Park, challenging notions of “detritus” and making an industrial room devoid of natural light shine. Additionally, Alice Pixley Young’s installation Geist, Lighthouse and Transmissions (2020) enlivens the closet-like Hydration Column space with dynamic silhouettes of light projections and cut paper. Suchitra Mattai’s Dialectic (2019) commands an enormous, more traditional gallery space with a vibrant bricolage of vintage saris from India and Sharjah, as well as some owned by the artist’s relatives."

  • November 2019 •Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
    Very excited to share that I will be a part of Crystal Bridges State of the Art II in early 2020! Come see me at the beautiful Crystal Bridges/Momentary!

  • Fall 2019 •Studio News
    Check out all the Studio News this Fall!

  • October 2019 • 'Fearful Symmetry' artist talk at the Taft Museum of Art
    Join me on November 3rd at 2pm! I will give a talk at the Taft about my installation and other work.

  • August 2019 • 'Fearful Symmetry' brochure for the Taft Museum of Art exhibition
    The brochure is printed, my work is delivered, all we have left to do is install the show and open it up! I'm so happy with this beautiful brochure and excited for the show to open next week. I hope some of you will be able to make it while it is open August 31- December 1. I will give an artist talk on November 3rd.

  • June 2019 • Residency at Hambidge Center for the Arts and Sciences
    I was thrilled to return to one of my favorite places- Hambidge- for a very productive and restorative studio time. Thank you, Hambidge!

  • May 2019 • Active Directions of the Mind
    Opens in May at AIR Gallery in Brooklyn. Wonderful to be a part of this show and this community as a National Member of AIR Gallery!

  • May 2019 • The World is a Handkerchief/El Mundo es un Pañuelo
    So happy to be a part of the exhibition co-curated by Claudia DeMonte and Cecilia Mandrille. This will travel from London to Jordan, Argentina and back to the U.S.

  • April 2019 • Ohio Arts Council Individual Award of Excellence
    Proud to be in such esteemed company with the other OAC awardees!

  • January 2019 • Transmisions
    I hope you can take some time and visit with my installation at Thomas More University. It is meditative to experience and was deeply satisfying to create.

  • October 2018 • FotoFocus: Open Archive
    I'm pleased to announce that my work Flood will be on view all month at the Mini Microcinema in Cincinnati for the FotoFocus Biennial.

  • June 2018 • Altered Views: Experiencing the Contemporary Landscape
    Very excited to announce this project that I curated at the Loudoun House in Lexington, KY. This opens May 25- July 27. Artist talk with Denise Burge, Eric Kniss and Terry Berlier at the 21c Lexington.
    Terry Berlier • Katlyn Brumfield • Heather Duffy • Charles Ellis • Michael Endo • Llewelynn Fletcher • Steven Foutch • Jessie Henson • Amy Honchell • Eric Kniss • Magnolia Laurie • Meredith Leich • Maidens of the Cosmic Body Running • Logan Marconi • Emily Hanako Momohara • Emily Moores • Colby Parsons • Letitia Quesenberry • Rachel Rampleman • Erica Stoller • Tanya Synar • Travis Townsend • C. Jacqueline Wood • Lisa Young

  • May 2018 • AIR Gallery
    I'm pleased to announce my first member exhibition with AIR Gallery! Facing Disjunction opens May 24-June 24, 2018.

  • April 2018 • Pattern Magazine
    Thanks to Shauta Marsh for a great little feature on my work in Pattern Magazine!

  • February 2018 • SUNY POTSDAM
    Across the Divide opens February 15 - March 24, 2018 at the Art Museum at SUNY Potsdam.

  • October 2017 • Summerfair Aid to Individual Artists
    Alice Pixley Young is awarded a Summerfair Cincinnati Aid to Individual Artists grant

  • September 2017 • Hyperallergic Magazine
    Hyperallergic Magazine covers my work at the Governors Island Art Fair

  • August 2017 • Creative Capital
    I was included in Sharon Louden's Creative Capital article 3 Examples of Proactive Artists Creating New Opportunities

  • September 2017 • Governors Island Art Fair, NYC
    You can see my work on Governors Island every weekend for the month of September- Space 404B-3.

  • August 2017 • A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn
    I'm very happy to announce that I have joined the A.I.R. Gallery in Brooklyn.

  • April 2017 • Cincinnati 5: First Person
    Thanks to Emily Moores for including me in Vol 2 of Cincinnati 5!

  • September 2016 • 21c Lexington
    I was invited to lecture at the 21c for the opening of their latest exhibition exploring environmental, economic, and technological conditions shaping the earth.
    KY Forward Article

  • March 2016 • Sculpture Magazine
    Excited to share Kate Bonansinga's great article about the 21c Museum/Hotels in Sculpture Magazine!

  • March 2016 • Mini Microcinema opens at the Carnegie
    March 11-April 22, 2016. The Carnegie, Covington, KY.

  • December 2015 • Holton Arms Alumni Spotlight
    I was honored to be remembered by my high school alma mater, the Holton Arms School, for my work at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Thank you, Holton! Find a way or make one!

  • December 2015 • Salisbury University
    See Things Differently with SU's 'DarkGlass'
    A nice little write up about my solo exhibit at Salisbury University on the eastern shore of Maryland.

  • November 2015 • Best in Show at InLight Richmond
    Thrilled to announce that Alice Pixley Young was awarded "Best in Show" for 1708 Gallery's InLight Richmond at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
    Thanks to all that participated!

  • October 2015 • DarkGlass opens at Salisbury Universiy

  • October 2015 • InLight Richmond at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
    My work will be included in the exhibition, InLight Richmond at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in conjnction with 1708 Gallery.
    I'm very excited to be presenting new work for this exhibition, if you are in Richmond, VA on November 13 or 14, please stop by!

  • June 2015 • Currents: Santa Fe International New Media Festival
    Pleased to be involved with this festival, Currents New Media Festival and have my work travel to Santa Fe! If you are in the southwest this June, please check it out!
    Opens Friday, June 12, 2015

  • April 2015 • My work at 21c Museum Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky!
    I got to install my ash wallpaper piece and video installation on Easter Sunday at the 21c in Louisville. Check it out if you're in the area!

  • November 2014 • Lightgeist at Rhinegeist
    Lessons from Lightgeist
    Steve Rosen writes about the one night light installation exhibit at the cavernous Rhinegeist brewery in Over-the-Rhine.

  • November 2014 • Cincinnati Art Museum I was asked to present for "Dialogues with Artists". A nice evening of conversation about visual literacy, technology and art.

  • July 2014 • My work at the 21c Museum Hotel this summer!
    I am so pleased to be involved with the exhibition, Hybridity: The New Frontier and to share my piece, Will You Miss Me When I Burn, II. If you are in Cincinnati, please check it out!
    Opens Friday, July 25, 2014

  • July 2014 • Anderson Ranch
    Thrilled to travel to Anderson Ranch in Snowmass, CO this summer to learn about 3D animation software and 3D printing! I am so excited to receive Anderson Ranch's support as I continue to include new media in my work and teaching. Makerbots and mold making, here I come!

  • June 2014 • Bullseye Resource Center in Santa Fe
    Traveling to Santa Fe, NM and the Bullseye Resource Center to take a class with Richard Whiteley and hone my skills with casting/cold working glass- he is a master!

  • June 2014 • North by Northside
    Christopher Hoeting writes about the North by Northside Studio Tour event hosted by the Weston Art Gallery.

  • May 2014 • North by Northside and the Weston Art Gallery
    I opened up my studio to visitors during the Weston Art Gallery's "North by Northside event. It was fun! Thanks to all who came out.

  • May 2014 • New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art
    Pleased to announce that my work has been included in a traveling exhibition, Displacement, that started at the Huff Gallery at Spalding University in Louisville, KY and ended at the New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art in Indiana.

  • April 2014 • Bullseye Gallery eMerge 2014
    I am very excited to be included with the REAL glassies! I am a finalist for the Bullseye Gallery eMerge 2014 Glass Biennial in Portland, OR. My work, You Can't Go Home Again, will be up through June, 2014. if you're near Portland, check it out! It is a beautiful show, and I am in extreme good company!

  • March 2014 • My work at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington
    My work has been included in the exhibition, Mending: New Uses for Old Traditions at the University of North Carolina at Wimington. This is in conjunction with the Southeast Conference on Women's Studies. Please go if you are in the area!

  • September 2013 • Findlay Street Project Space
    Aeqai: New Works on Findlay Christopher Hoeting reviews "New Works" at Findlay Street Project Space

  • March • 2013
    Tales They Told Us opens at LAL Louden House in Lexington, KY

  • October 2012 • WVXU Interview
    Jane Durrell interviews Alice Pixley Young on Cincinnati's Around Cincinnati program on WVXU. They discuss ArtPrize and the Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts in Grand Rapids, MI as well as upcoming exhibitions in Detroit, Lexington and Cincinnati.

  • August 2012 • Art Academy of Cincinnati
    Jane Durrell reviews Parallels at the Art Academy of Cincinnati in 2012 for CityBeat.

  • April 2012 • PAC Gallery
    Alan Pocaro reviews Alice Pixley Young's solo exhibition, Looking Glass for CityBeat. Looking Through Another Alice’s Looking Glass

  • March 2012 • PAC Gallery
    Alice Pixley Young's Looking Glass, is discussed by Maya Drozdz of Visualingual.

  • March 2012 • Looking Glass
    Looking Glass discussed by Karen Chambers of Aeqai

  • January 2011 • Sculpture Magazine
    Jane Durrell reviews Nightfall at the Weston Art Gallery in Cincinnati, OH January 2011 issue of Sculpture Magazine.