Media: Trade School 2011
Caroline Woolard wll present her work from 7:30-8:30pm at Boston University: 808 Commonwealth Ave. (Room 303).
Caroline Woolard will give an Artists Talk at UMass Boston, sponsored by the Fibers Department and the Studio for Interrelated Media, from 1:45-3:00pm. Contact email@example.com for the exact location.
From 1-3pm on Feburary 4th, Caroline Woolard, Susan Jahoda, and Emilio Martinez Poppe of BFAMFAPhD will lead a Supply Chain / Ten Leaps workshop at the CUE Foundation. CUE is located at 137 West 25th Street, Ground Floor, Between 6th and 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10001. Contact curator David Borgonjon for more information and to RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
From 1-3pm on Feburary 8th, Caroline Woolard, Susan Jahoda, and Emilio Martinez Poppe will lead a Supply Chain / Ten Leaps workshop at the CUE Foundation for New York Studio Residency Program students. CUE is located at 137 West 25th Street, Ground Floor, Between 6th and 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10001.
Caroline Woolard presents her work at the New York Studio Residency Program from 5-6pm at 20 Jay St, Brooklyn, NY 11201.
Caroline Woolard will appear on a panel at the New York Academy of Art as part of their Professional Practice Lecture Series for Sharon Louden’s new book with Mark Tribe, William Powhida, and Deanna Haggag.
Caroline Woolard will take part in a workshop, (Re)Drawing the Economy project at CERN in Bogota, Colombia along with Stephen Healy, Katherine Gibson, and others.
Caroline Woolard will give a talk at Oxbow School in Napa, California
Caroline Woolard will present in Bolsena, Italy with Community Economies Research Network.
Caroline Woolard and Jodie Evans are writers in residence at the Mesa Refuge to work on their book, Growing a Local Peace Economy (Chelsea Green, 2017).
Caroline Woolard will be a session leader at Nomad9 at the University of Hartford
(March 2014) by Caroline Woolard
Artists Report Back used data about artists’ demographics, occupations, educational attainment, field of degree, and earnings as recorded by The Census Bureau’s 2012 American Community Survey (ACS) to make statements about the current conditions and contradictions of working artists and arts graduates.
from BFAMFAPhD (July 2014)
(Solidarity Economy Poster, 2010)
This is a guide to think through: (1) how a project communicates your intentions (2) how you can best learn and grow as an artist / designer.
(April 2014) by Caroline Woolard
Caroline Woolard a participant in Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's Workspace program, located at 28 Liberty Street in Lower Manhattan.
Caroline Woolard co-creates projects and institutions for the solidarity economy. Her feminist, transdisciplinary method connects discrete objects to aligned contexts of circulation. For example, Woolard builds sculptures for barter only as she also co-creates international barter networks; she fabricates model Shaker housing and she also co-convenes organizers of community land trusts; she co-creates card games for the commons as she also directs a study center for group work.
Her multi-year, collaborative institutions include OurGoods.org (since 2008); TradeSchool.coop (since 2009); BFAMFAPhD.com (since 2014); NYC Real Estate Investment Cooperative (since 2015). Recent commissions include WOUND, Cooper Union, New York, NY (2016); and Capitoline Wolves, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY (2016), and Exchange Café, MoMA, New York, NY (2014).
Woolard's upcoming events, full bio, projects, institutions, writing, and past talks are below. Download a PDF of her career narrative here and critical writing about her work here. Email Caroline Woolard [at] gmail [dot] com to request more information.