Bio: Kate Clark (b. 1983) is a multimedia sculptor who grew up in Cold Spring, Minnesota. She received an M.F.A in Interdisciplinary Visual Arts from the University of Washington in Seattle (2011). She received a B.A. in Studio Art from Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota (2006). In the time between her degrees, Kate spent two years as an artist-in-resident and staff member at Franconia Sculpture Park, a non-profit arts organization that supports emerging artists. While there she focused her efforts on fabricating large-scale outdoor sculpture and organizing community oriented programs. Upon returning to Minneapolis in 2015, after six years on the west coast, Kate worked as a Studio Assistant for In Plain Sight Art, a public art studio located in Northeast Minneapolis. In 2016, she returned to school to earn her teaching license through Bethel University and began teaching Art at Totino-Grace High School in 2017.