lauracarlsonis at gmail.com
laura c carlson (they/them) is an Albuquerque artist-researcher informed by ecology and interspecies relationships. carlson received their MFA in Interdisciplinary Art from the University of Pennsylvania (PA, 2017) and their BFA in Art History and Studio Art from Creighton University (NE, 2013). carlson has attended residencies at Wassaic Project (NY), BigCi (NSW, Australia), Montello Foundation (NV), Vermont Studio Center (VT), Kimmel Harding Nelson (NE), the Union for Contemporary Art (NE), and Feminist Summer Camp (UT). carlson has participated in group and solo exhibitions as well as lectured, performed across the U.S. and internationally. carlson has received awards including Puffin Foundation Environmental Grant, Albuquerque Public Art Program grant and Penn Praxis Social Impact Award Project & Grant. carlson is a part-time faculty and program coordinator for the Art and Ecology program at the University of New Mexico. They have held positions at Bemis Center for Contemporary Art (NE) and the Institute for Contemporary Art (PA).