Carin Walsh is a museum educator, visual artist, and exhibit organizer. Her illustration, animation, audio/video work, and assemblage sculpture have been exhibited throughout the Triangle, NC. Walsh splits her time between her work at The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, as a Board member of The Carrack Modern Art, and developing her ability to effectively message through her own visual art. She is trained in Visual Thinking Strategies and regularly engages viewers in meaningful discussions about art.
WALSH/BLAZING is a collaborative practice between Carin Walsh and Jenny Blazing that includes video, sculpture, large scale installation, and commercial commissions. The artists use multi-media installation to reframe the environmental issues we currently face and our need to engage in conversations about measures to solve them. WALSH/BLAZING have also delivered university talks on effective environmental communication through visual art. Click here for WALSH/BLAZING current projects.
Jul 2017 "Truth to Power 5" – Pleiades Arts
Nov 2016 Exhibit organizer of "The Mobile: Composition in Motion" – The Carrack Modern Art
Jul 2016 “Fraqture” a 21c Museum Hotel storefront video installation in partnership with digital product agency Smashing Boxes
Feb 2016 “Durham Under Development” – Pleiades Arts in partnership with Aaron Mandel
May 2015 “Phone Home Durham” – Power Plant Gallery in partnership with Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University
arts & community involvement
Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Durham NC
The Carrack Modern Art, Durham NC
NC Modernist Houses: Modern architecture archiving and preservation
State University of New York College at Buffalo, Bachelor of Arts