Born in Portland, OR, Elizabeth Malaska earned her MFA from the city’s Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA). Her work has been exhibited nationally at various institutions including Portland’s Nationale, Froelick Gallery, Disjecta Contemporary Art Center, Portland Center Stage, University of Oregon's White Box gallery, and San Francisco’s California College of the Arts, where she also received her BFA. She was named a finalist for The Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA Grant and the Fine Arts Work Center fellowship in Provincetown, MA. Malaska received support from the Barbara Deming Memorial Fund in 2015 and a Project Grant from the Regional Arts & Culture Council in 2016. Most recently, she was honored with a 2016 Individual Artist Fellowship through the Oregon Arts Commission. She has lectured, taught, and mentored at Pacific Northwest College of Art, Oregon College of Art and Craft, and Eastern Oregon University. Malaska lives and works in Portland, OR. She joined Nationale as a represented artist in the spring of 2013.

CURRENT SOLO EXHIBITION: WHEN WE DEAD AWAKEN II, 2016
PAST SOLO EXHIBITION: WHEN WE DEAD AWAKEN, 2014
PAST SOLO EXHIBITION: VENUS IN FUR, 2013
PAST SOLO EXHIBITION: WE NEVER BELONGED TO YOU, 2012
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