Agelio Batle

Education

1993 MFA Sculpture, California College of Arts and Crafts (CCAC). Graduated with High Distinction

1986 BA Biological Sciences, University of California, Santa Barbara


Selected Exhibitions

2013 Lois Lambert Gallery, CA, Sept – Nov, Group Show – 70% Water

2012 art MRKT San Francisco, Jack Fischer Gallery, CA May
Velvet Da Vinci Gallery, CA, April-Mai ´12, Art Jewelry Group Show – Wood

2011 Lois Lambert Gallery, CA, Sept – Nov, Solo Show – Almost Diamonds

San Francisco Museum of modern art (SFMOMA), CA, May – Artist Warehouse Show

2010 Art Zone 461, CA, Sept – Oct, Group Show Aqua: Art on water

SFMOMA Artists Gallery, CA, July – August, Group Show – “Wondrous Strange: A 21st Century Cabiinet of Curiosities”
Lois Lambert Gallery, CA, May – July, Group Show – NEW GRAPHITE

San Francisco Arts Fair, Art Zone 461, CA, May
SFMOMA, CA, May – Artist Warehouse Show

2009 Los Gatos Art Museum, CA; December – February´10 – Solo show of recent Sculpture and Graphite Paintings

Howard Skinner Gallery, CA, November – Two person show

2009 Crocker Art Museum, CA, January – February, “The 75th Crocker-Kingsley: California´s Biennal”

BEST OF SHOW was awarded to Agelio Batle, Black Growth, 2008

2008 Art Zone 46, CA; December – January ´09, Solo Show – Heads and Tales

Velvet Da Vinci, West Coast Design Group Show, CA, January – February ´08

2003 Art Exchange 2003, CA, April, Solo Show of mixed media paintings an objects

America Craft Council, Sarasota, FL, Decemberr, ACC craft show

American Craft Exposition Craft Show, Evanston, IL, August, ACE craft show

American Craft Council, San Francisco, CA, Augst, ACC craft show

Lincoln Center, NY City, June, ACAC craft show

Lyndhurst Castle, Westchester County, NY, May´03, Artrider craft show

American Craft Council, St. Paul, MN, April, ACC craft show

American Craft Council, Atlanta, GA, March, ACC craft show

American Craft Council, Baltimore, MD, February, ACC craft show

2002 KPFA Craft Show, San Francisco, CA, December ´02, KPFA craft show

Philadelphia Museum Art Craft Show, PA November, PMA craft show

American Craft Exposition Craft Show, Evanston, IL, August, ACE craft show

American Craft Council, San Francisco, CA, August, ACC craft show

American Craft Council, Baltimore, MD, July, ACC craft show

American Craft Council, Chicago, IL, April, ACC craft show

American Craft Council, Baltimore, MD, February, ACC craft show

2008 Bindlestiff Theater, CA, October, Designed and constructed stage set for Jeannie Barroga´s play Gadgets

1998 Rayono Vert, San Francisco, CA, September, Flora and Fauna

1997 SFMOMA Artists Gallery, Fort Mason, CA, November, Group Show of works on paper

1996 Institute of Contemporary Art, San Jose, CA, September, Group show of works relating to ideas of place an geography. California College of Arts Crafts and the City of Oakland. Oakland, CA, August – Neighborhood Flags. Worked with 12 Oakland youths to design flags for their individual neighborhoods. Flags hang over Oaklands Chinatown.

1995 Euphrat Museum, Cupertino, Oakland and Berkley, CA, September – Faces for change. A collaboration with homeless youth to create Kiosk-like structure oh wheels, in the shape of a house containing images and poetic text about homeless experience. Structure travelled for one year on the streets of the East Boy in various outdoor sites.

Ren Bransten Gallery, San Francisco, CA, June – Beyond the Refrigerator door. A show of innovativechildren´s artwork made in collaboration with teacher / artists.

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, January – Brick project. Exhibited at the opening ceremonies of SFMOMA. A one-day installation / construction of 1200 brick sized blocks of wood made by S.F. children about their ideas of home. Awarded, The National Scholastic Art Award, and a smaller scale installation in the Cocoran Museum in Washington DC.

1994 Southern Exposure Gallery, San Francisco, CA, November – Re: Drawing

Center for the ArtsYerba Buena Gardens, San Francisco, CA, September – Next to Nothing

1994 Center For the Arts Yerba Buena Gardens, San Francisco, CA, August – Peregrinasyon. Set design stage play for Teatro Ng Tanan.

1994 Capp Street Project, San Francisco, CA, two year project – Art in the Urban Landscape.

Various sites throughout San Francisco. Collaboration with Diwa Arts, a Filipino-American art Collective.

1993 Southern Exposure Gallery, San Francisco, CA, December – Drawing First

San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA, August – Voices of citizenry. A collaboration with DIWA Arts on installation diagramming a Filipino identity.

Gallery here, Oakland CA, July – Moments of perception. Group show dealing with human perception.

Gallery here, Oakland, CA June – This space. Group shows dealing with the architectural elements of the gallery.

California College of Arts Crafts Main Gallery, Oakland, CA, April – MFA Exhibition

De Vera Gallery, San Francisco, Ca – Unabridged. One-person show.

1992 Mills College, Oakland, CA, November – book show. group show of innovative art books.

Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA, September – Truth or consequences. With DIWA Arts, designed and installed multimedia installation dealing with the colonization of the Philippines.

Asian American Arts Conference, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA, February – Balance Performance dealing with bicultural conflict.

1991 Mission Cultural Center, San Francisco, CA October – rooms for the dead. With DIWA Arts, designed and built multimedia installation dealing with death in Filipino-American culture.

South of market cultural center gallery, San Francisco, CA, May – Salinlahi. Curate an exhibition of contemporary Filipino-American artists.

Davis Art Center, Davis, CA, April – Asparagus. Organized a multimedia installation about Filipino pioneer asparagus workers of California.

1990 Pro Arts Gallery, Oakland, CA, October – altar / alter group show.

New Langton arts, San Francisco, CA, November, extended family: 250.000 Filipinos. Installation of documents from the Filipino community.

Cowell Theater, San Francisco, CA – Cycles. Stage set design, Kulintang Arts

TransAmerica Pyramid, San Francisco, CA – Functional Fanasy

1989 Alligator Gallery, San Francisco, CA – Frisco 100

Miller / Brown Gallery, San Francisco, CA Annual show

Running Ride Gallery, Santa Fe, NM, One-person show

Downey Museum of Art, Downey, CA – Ceramics now

1988 Miller / Brown Gallery, San Francisco, CA – Vessels: Variation on a form

American craft museum, New York City, NY two year national tour – young Americans

Freehand gallery, Los Angeles, CA – Clay


Articles and Publications

2012 Casa Brutus, Japan, January issue

2011 In Style Magazine, December issue

2011 Country Living, November issue

2011 Elle Décor, UK, February issue

2010 Parents Magazine, December issue

2009 Chicago home and garden magazine, Nov. / Dec. issue

2008 San Francisco Chronicle

2008 Inside out, Australia, Jan. / Feb. issue

2008 US Airways, February issue

2007 Readers Digest, December issue

2007 Pen world, September issue

2006 Oprah, June issue

2003 High fashion, Japan, October issue

2003 Casa Brutus, Japan, January issue

1991 Artweek, July issue

1990 Artweek, December issue

1989 Artweek, May issue

1988 Artweek, may issue

(for a complete list, please see Agelio Batle´s website at www.asbworkshop.com)


Teaching experience

2013 The workshop residence, San Francisco, CA.  Artist in residence june. With Batle family; artist explored designs using recycled milk jugs in the creation of lamp product ehat will be locally sourced an produced.

2013 Tuth Asawa school of the arts (SOTA), San Francisco unified school district (SFUSD). Artist in residence. January to present. The Independent Interdisciplinary Arts Project is a pilot program that will explore a curriculum for high school level contemporary art.

2013 Emeryville, CA. Pixar Studios. Guest Speaker.

2012 The Noguchi Museum, Long Island City, New York. Guest Speaker.

2011 Craft Forward Symposium, California College of the Arts, San Francisco & Oakland. Panelist.

2008 Design within Reach – San Francisco Studio, Fillmore St. Guest Speaker.

2007 Velvet Da Vinci (West Coast Artists), San Francisco, CA. Guest Speaker.

1997 School of the Arts, San Francisco (SFUSD). Artist in Residence. September 1992 – September 1997. Artist taught high school classes in sculpture, photography and drawing.

1997 San Francisco Arts Education Foundation. Artist in Residence. January 1994 – June1997. As an Artist / teacher worked with middle school students to create collaborative works with an emphasis in social consciousness.

1996 San Francisco Art Institute, Sculpture (Bette Burgoyne). Guest speaker.

1995 Berkley Oakland support services. Artist in residence. Worked with homeless youth to create outdoor public sculpture that travelled through East Bay streets.

1995 San Francisco Art Institute, Sculpture (Bette Burgoyne). Guest speaker

1995 Southern Exposure summer program. Artist in residence. Work with mission district youth to create art that give a “voice” for their issues and concerns.

1994 California College of Arts Crafts, Sculpture (Mark Thompson). Guest speaker.

1993 University of California Berkeley, Yolanda Lopez. Painting

1993 University of California Berkeley, Panel at Asian American Art Conference – Voices of Persistence

1993 San Francisco Art Institute, Panel for Voices of Citizenry (with DIWA). Guest speaker.

1993 San Francisco Art Institute, Worlds in collision (Carlos Villa). Guest speaker

1991 San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD). Selected Artist. Arts project for the SFUSD to introduce innovative integrated multidisciplinary arts projects to district teachers.

1986 University of California, Santa Barbara. Teaching assistant. Intro to Ceramics.


Awards

2009 Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA. Best of show, California Biennale.

2007 American Craft Council, San Francisco, CA. Award of excellence, for wood Jewelry.

2005 Saint Louis Art Fair, Cheryl Riley. Jurors Award for Sculpture

1995 National Scholastic Art Award

1993 High Distinction, MFA candidate CCAC

1992 All College Honors CCAC

1991 James Irvine Foundation Award CCAC

1988 Young American, American Craft Counci