With all the challenges Arts for Learning has faced in the past year, there’s one very positive side effect—thanks to virtual programming, our roster has expanded to include vibrant and culturally diverse artists who live in other parts of the United States. We’re especially excited about Chicago-based artist Karim Nagi joining our team. Karim is […]
Originally from Providence, RI, Katherine received her undergraduate degree in art from East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina, and her Master’s degree from Hollins University. She received the Woman of Achievement Award in Art from DePaul Community Resources in 2011, and the People’s Choice, Top Three Best Local Artists, from the readers of City Magazine in 2013.
She has over twenty years experience exhibiting and teaching in a variety of media to all ages and has been a guest artist participating in community art projects at Floydfest, the Floyd Yoga Jam, the Roanoke Greek Festival, Roanoke Parks and Arts Program, and many other festivals and events. She has created logos, murals and commissions for many area businesses and private collections.