Caroline Woolard makes objects and systems at the intersection of art, technology, and the economy.
Woolard makes objects and systems at the intersection of art, technology, and the economy.
A committed teacher, Woolard’s pedagogical method is articulated in the innovative textbook and website for arts educators, Ways of Being (Punctum Books, 2018), co-authored with Susan Jahoda. Woolard is a member of the Community Economies Research Network, the Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education (ACMHE), and the board of the Schumacher Center for a New Economics.
The third and last installment of her project, Carried on Both Sides, will be shown at the Knockdown Center in New York this summer and fall (August - November 2018). Recent project premieres include Carried on Both Sides at Lesley Heller (November 2, 2017), LMAK (January 19, 2018), and Listen at Wave Pool and the Contemporary Art Center in Cincinnati (March 11, 2018). She is an Assistant Professor of Sculpture at the University of Hartford, and a mentor in MFA Fine Arts at the School of Visual Arts. Woolard speaks internationally about art, design, technology, and economic justice. She received her MFA in Public Action at Bennington in Spring 2020.