Kim Maxime Baglieri is queer interdisciplinary artist of Waray (Filipinx), Armenian and Sicilian descent, born in Staten Island and living in Lenapehoking, NY. Her work explores expressions of inter-dimensional and inter-cultural bridging and longing, animist Waray and Armenian relationship to the Earth and cosmos and the liminality created by assimilation, colonization and language loss.
Kim is also a Reiki 2 practitioner and arts educator, using art with young people as a means of exploration, healing and connection.
2021 MFA in Integrated Media Arts, Hunter College, New York, NY
2015 Teaching Artist Training Program, Community Word Project, New York, NY
2002 BA in Studio Art, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
2021 QTPOC Visions, Center for Fiction, Brooklyn, NY
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2022 Tripvill International Film Festival, The International Society for Performing and Visual Arts, Brooklyn, NY, Best Documentary Short.
2022 FlickFair On-Demand Film Festival, Official Selection.
2022 Social Impact Film Festival, Los Angeles, CA, Official Selection.
2021 Doc NYC, New York, NY, Official Selection.
2021 Hunter MFA Thesis Show, New York, NY
2019 QTPOC Visions, Cinema Cobra, Soft Surplus, Brooklyn, NY
2021 Titze, Anne-Katrin, Eye for Film, “Resilience, Hope and Magic” Film, November
2022 LIGEIA Magazine https://www.ligeiamagazine.com/spring-2022/
All images and video copyright Kim Baglieri, 2011 - 2023