2017 | MFA Studio Art, University of Texas at Austin
2012 | BFA Painting, Boston University, College of Fine Arts
2011 | Tuscany Landscape Painting Program, Boston University, Borgo San Lorenzo, Italy


2021 | Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Philadelphia, PA
2016 & 2019 | Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT


2023 | “Festering,” AUTOMAT Gallery, curated by Addison Namnoum, Philadelphia, PA
2023 | “When it starts, we will let the host know you are waiting,” curated by Kevin Brophy, Freyberger Gallery, Penn State Berks, Reading PA
2021 | “Syrena,” Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Philadelphia, PA
2019 | “Preludes,” collaboration with Stephanie Concepcion Ramirez,  Partial Shade/ Co-Lab Projects, Austin, TX
2012 | “Static Fictions,” featuring poetry by Darcy Berenberg, The Center for Gender, Sexuality, and Activism at Boston University


2024 | “Commemorations,” curated by Libby Rosa, Spruce Street Harbor Park, Delaware Waterfront Corporation, Philadelphia, PA
2023 | “Fleisher Faculty Show,” Fleisher Art Memorial, Philadelphia, PA 
2023 | “Moore Faculty Triennial,” Moore College of Art, Philadelphia, PA
2022 | “Now, One with Everyone!,” Icebox Project Space, Philadelphia, PA
2021 | “Syrena,” Roy G Biv Gallery, Columbus, OH
2020 | “Videos on Loop,” curated by Sandrine Schaefer, Gallery II/ Wolf Kahn Building, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT
2018 | “Staycation: Thresholds,” MASS Gallery, Austin, TX
2018 | “IncREDible,” Women and Their Work Gallery, Ausitn, TX                           
2018 |  “Paper Cut,” Musa Collective, Boston, MA
2018 |  “Partial Shade II: Finer Feelings,” 5704 Ave. D Austin, TX
2017 | "Artbash": East Studio Tours, Austin Art Alliance, The Native, Austin, TX
2017 | "ATM Cigarettes Flowers Lottery"  Space Heater Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
2017 | "Trouble": MFA Thesis Exhibition, Visual Arts Center, Austin, TX
2016 | "Paraphrase," Visual Arts Center, Austin, TX   
2016 | "Partial Shade," 3200 Dancy St, Austin, TX
2015 | "Fables," The Record Company, Boston, MA
2014 | "Convergence" : School of Visual Arts Alumni Exhibition, Boston University
2012 | "ASK ME," The Howard Art Project, Dorchester, MA
2012 | "Surprise," Anthony Greaney, Boston, MA
2012 | "Thesis Show," 808 Gallery, Boston University
2011-2012 | "Boston University Student Art Show," Families United in Educational Leadership
2012 | "Woody Guthrie’s Centennial Celebration," Gallery 5, Boston University
2012 | Galatea Fine Art, Boston, MA
2011 | "The Metaphorical Body," Ruben Frankel Gallery, Boston University Hillel
2011 | "A Private Glimpse," Ruben Frankel Gallery, Boston University Hillel
2010 & 2011 | "Showcase," 808 Gallery, Boston University


2021 & 2022 | Illuminate the Arts Grant Awardee, Office of Arts, Culture, and Creative Economy, Philadelphia, PA
2019 | Capacity Building  Award/ City of Austin Cultural Arts Division, Austin, Texas
2016-2017 | David Bruton, Jr. Endowment for Graduate Fellowships in the College of Fine Arts
2016-2017 | Michael Frary Endowed Scholarship in Painting
2016-2017 | Lucas Foundation
2016 | Vermont Studio Center Residency Fellowship, UT Austin
2016 | Austin Arts League Scholarship
2015-2016 | David Bruton, Jr. Endowment for Graduate Fellowships in the College of Fine Arts
2015-2016 | M.K. Hage Endowed Scholarship in Fine Arts
2015-2016 | Martha Leipziger-Pearce Endowed Scholarship in Art


Study Abroad Office, Boston University


2022- present | Instructor for Saturday Young Artist Program and Adult Classes at Fleisher Art Memorial, Philadelphia, PA

2021- present | Adjunct Professor at Moore College of Art and Design, Philadelphia, PA
courses include: Drawing 1 and Visual Thinking (advocacy)

2019- present | Adjunct Professor at Tyler School of Art and Architecture, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
courses include: 3D Foundations (woodshop and mold making), Philadelphia Sketchbook, and Visual Language, Painting 

2019- present | Contributing Writer for “The Broad Street Review,” Philadelphia, PA

2019-2020 | Production Staff Assistant (contractor) at The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia, PA

2019 | Studio Assistant to John Yancey

2017-2019 | Lecturer at the University of Texas at Austin
courses include: Painting III, CORE I, II, III (Freshman Foundations), Painting for Non-Art Majors, Drawing for Non-Art Majors

2018 | Lecturer at St. Edward’s University, Austin, TX
courses include: Painting I/ II, Watercolor I, and Foundation Drawing

2015-2017 | Teaching Assistant at University of Texas at Austin
courses include: Painting II, III, IV, Intermediate/ Advanced Drawing, Life Drawing, 2D Foundations, Intro to Screen Printing

2013-2015 | Studio Art Teacher, Beaver Summer Programs, Chestnut Hill, MA

2012-2013 | Visitor Services Gallery Assistant, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA

2012 | Intern, Galatea Fine Arts Gallery, Boston, MA


2022 | Teaching Inside the Space of Making, Presentation with Adam Lovitz, Faculty Teaching and Learning Series, Pennsylvania College of Art and Design
2021 | Roy Talks,, Columbus, OH
2020 | Show and Tell: Second State Press, Philadelphia, PA
2018 | TalkAbout: Many Mini Murder Scenes, Women and Their Work, Austin, TX
2017 | Trouble Colloquium, Visual Arts Center, University of Texas at Austin
2016 | Austin Arts League Award Lunch


2024 | Broad Street Review, “The Gamification of Care Work. The Fabric Workshop presents Risa Puno: Group Hug,” March 6, 2024.

2020 | Broad Street Review, “Voyeurs, viewers, buyers,” February 4, 2020.


2023 | Penn State, “Penn State Berks Freyberger Gallery hosts multimedia exhibit addressing inequity,” April 6, 2023.

2021 | Shout Out Miami, “Meet Alicia Link | Artist & Educator,” July 21, 2021.

2020 | The Broad Room, “Issue 149: Trump Puts a Target on Pregnant Womxn” The Broad Memo.
January 29, 2020.

2019 | The Broad Room, “Issue 131: Do the Hustle” The Broad Memo. September 4, 2017

2018 | The Austin Chronicle, “MASS Gallery's "Staycation: thresholds,” November 16, 2018.

2017 | Austin Art Alliance, “Beyond the Bio: Alicia Link,” November 11, 2017.

2017 | The Broad Room, “Issue 29: Wait There’s An Election Next Week??” The Broad Memo. September 6, 2017.