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2011     University of New Mexico, Bachelors in Fine Arts, Painting and Drawing

2017     The Year of the Moths, Slate Fine Arts, Chicago, IL
2014    CONCUSSED, Chicago Art Department, Chicago, IL

2018     Fugitive Narratives, Kanter McCormick Gallery, Chicago, IL
             Decks For Charity, House of Vans, Chicago, IL
             Pink Tape Party, AMFM Gallery, Chicago, IL
             Beyond Words
, Chicago Artists Coalition, Chicago, IL
2017     30 flirty & thriving, After Gallery, Milwaukee, WI
             Required Reading, Galerie F, Chicago, IL
            Three-person exhibition: Of Memory and Forgetfulness, Chicago Artists Coalition, Chicago, IL
             Maskerade, Lost Arts, Chicago, IL
             Hybrid Ground, Bridgeport Art Center, Chicago, IL
             Igotchu: Showing Up For Intersectional Women's Rights, Canvas, Chicago, IL
             Two-person exhibition: when words fail us, Chicago Art Department, Chicago, IL
             Two-person exhibition: Trace Elements, Miishkooki Art Space, Skokie, IL
2016     Layers of the External, Voices of the Internal, Deadly Prey Gallery, Chicago, IL
             Continuous Span, Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, IL
2015     Two-person exhibition: NO CHILL: New Works by Caroline Liu & Dud Lawson, Chicago Art Department, Chicago, IL
             Still Collisions, Locallective, Chicago, IL
             Contemporary Portraits, Water Street Studios, Batavia, IL
             Community. Memory. Dignity., I AM Logan Square Gallery, Chicago, IL
2013     Close Contact, Gallery 914, Chicago, IL
             Sqaure Feet, North Shore Studio, Chicago, IL
2012     4''x4'', OFFcenter Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
             Home: Spotlighting Albuquerque's Finest Emerging Artists, Hydra Gallery,
             Albuquerque, NM
             Con.Fusion, Downtown Contemporary Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
2011     Two-person exhibition: Lost & Found: New Works by Caroline Liu and Amber
             Stanislawa Harper-Slaboszewicz, The Press Club, Albuquerque, NM
             A Day to Remember, Boros, Albuquerque, NM
             Showcase, Mea Culpa Gallery, Corrales, NM
             Three-person exhibition: Traces: Noah Gelb, Caroline Liu, Inka Markowski, Hydra
             Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
             Starving Artist Showcase, Tijeras Pop-up Gallery, Albuquerque, NM 
             Separately Spinning Atoms, Hydra Gallery, Albuququerque, NM
             Articulation, Harwood Art Center, Albuquerque, NM, 2011

2018     Always slightly chuckling, Chicago Athletic Association Hotel, Chicago, IL
             Learning How To Love (in many different forms), AMFM Gallery, Chicago, IL
2017     13 going on 30, AMFM Gallery, Chicago, IL
             30 flirty + thriving,
 mural with Sick Fisher, After Gallery, Milwaukee, WI
             The Year of the Moths, Slate Fine Arts, Chicago, IL
             When words fail us, Chicago Art Deparment, Chicago, IL

2017     Hatch, Chicago Artist Coalition, Chicago, IL
2016     Bridge, Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, IL
2005     Joanna Jones, Dover, England

2017     The Year of the Moths, Slate Fine Arts, Chicago, IL
             Of Memories and Forgetfulness, Chicago Artists Coalition, Chicago, IL
2016     Continuous Span, Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, IL
2015     Still Collisions, Artist Panel Discussions, Locallective, Chicago, IL 

2018     Chicago CreativesEach Painting Led to the Rebirth of Caroline Liu
2017     Media Milwaukee, Vianca Fuster, 'Artist Collaborates with 30 Others for 30th Birthday'Video Interview
             Red Eye Chicago, Sade Carpenter, 'Creative Expression: Chicago Artist Caroline Liu Reclaims Identity Through Her Art 
             Shephard Express, Tyler Friedman, '30 Flirty + Thriving' at After Gallery
             Chicago Tribune, KT Hawbaker, 'Reclaiming memory focus of group exhibit' 
             Artworker GalleryKnow Yourself, Trust in Yourself             
             Chicago Splash
, Andrew DeCanniere, 'Local Spotlight: In Conversation with Chicago Artists Ellen Hanson & Caroline Liu
2015     The Logan Squarist, Lauren Dixon, Community.Memory.Dignity’ Depicts Logan Square Resident Portraits