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Nov. 18, 2021

The CATK Interview: Baltimore Artist Kim Rice

The CATK Interview: Baltimore Artist Kim Rice

Join Torin and Julie in welcoming creator of Being White, Redlining, and The Inheritance on a must listen interview.


Join Torin and Julie in welcoming creator of Being White, Redlining, and The Inheritance on a must listen interview.

Kim Rice creates large-scale works using common materials. Her installations are a meditation on institutional racism and the policies that continue to affect American society today.

Kim earned her BFA in Sculpture and MFA in Printmaking from the University of Oklahoma. Her work has been shown throughout the country including the Alexandria Museum of Art, the Fred Jones Museum of Art, the Northern Illinois Art Museum, the Delaware Museum of Art, the Peale Museum, and Prospect.4 Satellite. She has received multiple awards, including the McNeese Grant for Socially Engaged Practice.


Born in Kentucky, raised in California, educated in Oklahoma, loved in New Orleans and now home in Baltimore, Kim’s work is influenced by her two children and the pile of books by her bed.

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Kim Rice

Artist

Kim Rice creates large-scale works using common materials. Her installations are a meditation on institutional racism and the policies that continue to affect American society today.

Kim earned her BFA in Sculpture and MFA in Printmaking from the University of Oklahoma. Her work has been shown throughout the country including the Alexandria Museum of Art, the Fred Jones Museum of Art, the Northern Illinois Art Museum, the Delaware Museum of Art, the Peale Museum, and Prospect.4 Satellite. She has received multiple awards, including the McNeese Grant for Socially Engaged Practice.

Born in Kentucky, raised in California, educated in Oklahoma, loved in New Orleans and now home in Baltimore, Kim’s work is influenced by her two children and the pile of books by her bed.