John William Bailly in the historic Power House Studio Photo: Pedro Wazzan Courtesy The Deering Estate, Miami FL www.pedrowazzan.com

John William Bailly is a French–American artist born in the UK. He is an Artist-in-Residence Fellow at the Deering Estate in Miami. He received his MFA in painting and printmaking from Yale University, and has been a Faculty Fellow of the Honors College at Florida International University since 2004. His work explores history and culture, with an emphasis on the Transatlantic dialogue. His paintings explore the question of how we are who we are in relation to history, place, and culture. His works have been exhibited at University of Maine Museum of Art, Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Art, John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Texas State University, as well as other venues in the US and France. He was awarded the South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship for Visual and Media Artists and a State of Florida Individual Artist Grant. In 2007, Bailly and critically acclaimed poet Richard Blanco produced a collaborative project, Place of Mind. At FIU, Bailly is the Faculty Director of Honors France, Italy, and Spain study abroad, annually leading students throughout Western Europe for three months. He has been awarded two Excellence in Teaching awards and a European Union grant for course development. John William Bailly is represented by LnS Gallery in Miami.

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  1. Dear Dr Bailly,

    I read the cover story about your seminar in the Miami Herald and was surprised to learn that a class like yours exists in Miami. It is so needed!

    I am interested in the seminar Miami in Miami but not in pursuing a degree. I already have one. Do you accept or have other seminar for adult people who are not students at FIU?

    Kind regards,

    Mary Lichtenberger


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