Liz Rudnick was born in 1989 in Herlev, Denmark.
She grew up in Mahwah, New Jersey and currently
lives and works in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
2012 BFA Carnegie Mellon University
Chaos Garden, The Union Hall, Pittsburgh, PA.
Liquid Foundation, Bunker Projects, Pittsburgh, PA.
You're not real. I'm real, Gallery 707, Pittsburgh, PA.
Exposures:Treasure/Trash, The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA.
NO OUTLET, Spinning Plate Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA.
Blue Light Special, Ellis Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA.
PUSH, Ellis Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA.
AAP Group Show: Nothing is Itself, The Mine Factory, Pittsburgh, PA.
Labor Defines, The Mine Factory, Pittsburgh, PA.
Crystal Vision, Bunker Projects, Pittsburgh, PA.
Over Time, Cindy Lisica Gallery, Houston, TX.
FTW! For the Win / Fare Thee Well, Revision Space, Pittsburgh, PA.
Women Photographers in Pittsburgh, Framehouse Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA.
Screen Memories, Lawrence Hall Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA.
12×12, Modern Formations Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA.
Close to Home, Silvereye Center for Photography, Pittsburgh, PA
AAP Group Show Curated by Tom Sokolowski, The Mine Factory, Pittsburgh, PA
AAP Group Show, Most Wanted Fine Art, Homestead, PA
Three Rivers Arts Festival Juried Visual Arts Exhibition,Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Pittsburgh, PA
Welcoming the Future, Honoring the Present: AAP New Members Show, 937 Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
Encompass, CAVO, Pittsburgh, PA
Lifeforms, Pittsburgh Glass Center, Pittsburgh, PA; travels to The National Liberty Museum, Philadelphia, PA
Terms and Conditions, The Miller Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
London Exchange Drawing Exhibition, Uni. Arts London, London, UK
Here Hear, Artist Image Resource, Pittsburgh, PA
2011 Pittsburgh Rising, Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Pittsburgh, PA
Remove//Transform, Frame Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
Duality, Frame Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
2010 Liar Liar, Frame Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
2008 The Human Being, Frame Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
2007 Paintings in the Park, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
Rudnick, Elizabeth. "Studio Visit: Elizabeth Rudnick." Interview by David
Bernabo. The Glassblock. 5-6. Web. <http://theglassblock.com/2016/05/0
Shaw, Kurt. “You're Not Real, I'm Real.” Review, TribLIVE. 2-10, Arts and
Entertainment sec. Web. <http://triblive.com/aande/moreaande/9925048
Rudnick, Elizabeth. “One’s trash is another’s treasure” Interview by
Brandy Langmann. PITT NEWS. 7-21, Arts and Entertainment sec.
Rudnick, Elizabeth. “Exposures: TREASURE/TRASH.” Warhol
Museum Web Log, 7-13. Web. <http://blog.warhol.org/exhibitions/
Rudnick, Elizabeth. “Something Missing, Something Hidden.”
Interview by Katie McGrath. Creative Nonfiction. Web.
Cover/Feature, Creative Nonfiction. Issue 55, Spring 2015.
Shaw, Kurt. “Close to Home.” Review, TribLIVE. 10-5, Arts and Enter-
tainment sec. Web. <http://triblive.com/aande/museums/7083277-
Thomas, Mary. “Art Notes.” Review, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. 10-22,
Arts and Entertainment sec. Web. <http://www.post gazette.com/ae/
Keyster, Todd. “Selected Exhibition of AAP members curated by Tom
Sokolowski at the Mine Factory” Review, Pittsburgh Articulate. 10-20. Web. <http://pittsburgharticulate.com/2014/10/20/aaptoddkeyser/>