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Working primarily with found and discarded materials, Katie's work explores a rapidly changing northern landscape and the human and non-human struggles to keep up with the climate crisis. She lives in a small community in Southeast Alaska.


Selected Solo Exhibitions

Landfalls: Dedications to Alaskan Women Writers and Storytellers

TBA Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO

2019 Haines Sheldon Museum, with Artist Talk & Author Discussion, Haines, AK

Bear Gallery, with Artist Talk and Author Discussion, Fairbanks, AK

NorthWords Writers Symposium, Skagway, AK

2018 Kenai Peninsula College, Soldotna, AK

The Pratt Museum, Homer, AK 

2018  ICELAND, Alaska Arts Confluence, Haines, AK 

          Downstream, Alaska Pacific University, Anchorage, AK 

2016  SURFACE/LAYER, Juneau Arts & Humanities Council. Juneau, AK

          Albedo, International Gallery of Contemporary Art, Anchorage, AK

          Melt: Commentary on Alaska's Warming Winters, Skipping Stones, Haines, AK

2015 Deciphering Change, Sheldon Museum & Cultural Center, Haines, AK


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