Alexander Jarman

Alexander Jarman is an artist, educator, and curator living in Baltimore, Maryland. The opportunity to make art is just as important to him as the responsibility to serve the art community well.  Jarman is currently Manager of Adult and Community Outreach Programs at the Walters Art Museum.  He previously worked as an adjunct professor at Point Loma Nazarene University and as Manager of Public Programs for the San Diego Museum of Art for 6 years. 

As a curator, he has worked with artists including The Yes Men, Yinka Shonibare, M.B.E., Pierre Bismuth, Jon Rubin, My Barbarian, Mark Tribe, Steve Lambert and Jaimie Warren. He has organized shows at the San Diego Museum of Art and Southwestern College Art Gallery in the past.  From 2011-2014, Jarman proudly served as a Board Member at SDSpace4Art in the East Village neighborhood of San Diego.  He has exhibited as an artist at many local San Diego galleries, including Helmuth Projects, Canvas Gallery, Bread and Salt, and Mesa College Art Gallery. 

Curatorial Experience

-Jaimie Warren: The Artist as Object, Helmuth Projects, August 2014

-Double Portraits, The San Diego Museum of Art, 2013

-Imagined as the Truth: Works by Yinka Shonibare, M.B.E., The San Diego Museum of Art, 2012

-More Real Than Life, Southwestern College, 2011

Exhibitions as an Artist

-Ritual, Heavy Bubble, Philadelphia, PA, 2016

-Lure, Mesa College Art Gallery, San Diego, CA 2014

-Who is Your Neighbor?, Bread and Salt Gallery, San Diego, CA 2013

-The Afterfuture, Canvas Gallery, San Diego, CA 2013

-Object, Object!, Helmuth Projects, San Diego, CA 2013

-New Contemporaries: The San Diego Art Prize, San Diego, CA 2012

-ReCover, Casa del Lago, Mexico City, Mexico, 2011

-This is a City, Sala de Espera, San Diego, CA 2011

-Picnic, Art Labs San Diego, San Diego, CA 2011

-CityBeat Covers, Alexander Salazar Gallery, San Diego, CA 2011

-Social Climbing, Seminal Projects, San Diego, CA 2009