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Alexandria Douziech
Alexandria Douziech (She/Her)
General Education

AMDA Faculty since: 2018

Alexandria Douziech is an educator and artist, dedicated to creating inclusive and approachable environments within art institutions. She specializes in inquiry-based learning techniques that encourage analysis, reflection and in-depth discussion. Alexandria has worked in education throughout various museums in Los Angeles, including the California African American Museum (CAAM) and the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA). As lead educator at MOCA, she oversaw adult education and initiated community programs to connect the museum with local nonprofits such as the Downtown Women's Shelter, My Friend's Place, and Skid Row Housing Trust. Additionally, she is an Education Consultant for the Underground Museum where she designs tours and trains docents on artists, artworks, theory and art movements. Alexandria's knowledge of art history is enhanced by years of teaching drawing and painting as well as her own ongoing artistic practice.

Degrees

M.F.A., Studio, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
B.A., Painting, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts