(stillness)19, Lead forager and Cook for the Foraged Feast
Exhibiting Artist at the 58th Venice Biennale representing the Kiribati Pavilion
Reality Under Construction, The Collective Gallery, Denver, CO
Water and Fire, Drawings and Dirt, Maine Farmland Trust Gallery, Belfast, ME
Artists in Residence: The First Three Years, Fiore Art Center, Jefferson ME
PLANT/MATTER, solo show, Oxbow Blending and Bottling, Portland, ME
(stillness)18, Lead Forager, Cook, Performer, Jefferson, ME
(stillness)17, Performer, Forager and Cook, Newcastle, ME
The Pre-Vinylite Society Show Card Show, Calico, Brooklyn, NY
Touring Performer, “Chew and Swallow Gastrointestinal Circus”, Providence, RI → Oakland, CA
Awards, Grants, Residencies
Gardener in Residence, Joseph A. Fiore Art Residency, Jefferson, ME
SCOPE grant for community and social justice, growing seedlings for low income families
Artist in Residence, Damariscotta River Association, Damariscotta, ME
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Dean’s Exhibition Award
Foraged Feast Cook booklet
Selected Artwork, The New Farmer’s Almanac Vol. IV, Greenhorns Press (forthcoming)
Chapter Illustrations, The New Farmer’s Almanac Vol. III, Greenhorns Press
(re)Materializing the Biological Imagination, Intermedia Program UMaine Orono
Scientific Illustration Workshop, Darling Marine Center, Walpole, ME
Bob Keyes. “At ‘(stillness) 18’, the world around us is what’s for dinner.” Portland Press Herald, June 10, 2018.
College of Natural Sciences, Forestry and Agriculture. “Environmental horticulture student illustrates the beauty of nature.” College News, August, 2017.
School of Food and Agriculture. “Rachel Alexandrou works with Damariscotta River Association as resident artist.” UMaine News, August, 2017.