Lake Oswego, OR • www.carterhubbard.com
Through interdisciplinary education and collaborative community engagement, visual linguist Carter Hubbard thrives on redefining, elevating, and broadening the role of the creative person in society. Her efforts generate multiplicitous opportunities for more conscious interactions and project implementation. Her work examines how human relationships juxtaposed against social and environmental issues. Her time is shared between community education, engagement, and facilitation while she pursues curatorial work and practice as a visual artist. She is a graduate of Meredith College’s Arts Program and has completed added study at Penland School of Crafts and Duke’s Center for Documentary Studies. She maintained a business in clay for 12 years selling nationally and internationally through the American Craft Council and Rosen Group Shows before transitioning into her contemporary work in clay and metal sculpture. This work, representing the rich clay history of NC, traveled to five museums. Most recently, her focus has turned toward curatorial work and creating large scaled installations that encompass education, and social engagement.