I was awarded the year long Stutz Artist Association Studio Residency. I will be in studio B255 from now until September 2020.
I feel absolutely grateful for the opportunity to be the Studio Resident Artist with the Stutz Artist Association. Being a recent graduate, I lost access to the large studio spaces I need to create. My sculptures have shrunken into model sculptures, drawings, and ideas—until now. I will be able to make the work that I want to make because of the space I am being provided at the Stutz. I will be able to expand my network, learn from my assigned mentors, and grow as an artist! I am very excited to see what lies ahead.
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You can follow my journey a little more closely on my instagram, @kassiewoodworth.art
My wonderful friend Jen Broemel asked me to participate in her blog, The Art of Improv! It shares the improvisational processes of various artists and their stories. It makes for a great afternoon read!
I am very passionate about improvisation in art, it is definitely at the center of my personal making process. During this time of isolation, artists can get in a rut or feel uninspired. This blog will inspire you to try new things, see in a different perspective, and maybe even learn something! Check it out fellow makers!