Media: Trade School 2011
Caroline Woolard, Helen Lee, Alexander Rosenberg, and Lika Volkova talk about their project, Carried on Both Sides, and their research in relationship to the Greek and Roman collection at The Met.
Caroline Woolard will present to MFA Design and Technology students at the New School in a course led by Ed Keller and Melanie Crean called Design for this Century from 12-1:30pm.
Caroline Woolard will present at the 2017 Robert M. Minkoff Foundation Academic Symposium at UrbanGlass. Eact timing to be announced.
Caroline Woolard's Capitoline Wolves will be on view at LMAK from January 19 - February 25, with an opening party on Friday, January 19th from 6-8pm.
From April 18 - May 20, 2018, Caroline Woolard, Helen Lee, Alexander Rosenberg, and Lika Volkova will present Carried on Both Sides at Lesley Heller gallery.
(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)
A list of places where some of the most kind and generous neighbors, artists, designers, and activists I know gather -- these people make NYC great.
(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.