Photo by a former Student, Holly Fisk
Kat Harrison (she/her)
is an artist and educator from Berlin, Connecticut currently based in Rochester, New York. She has her BFA from Alfred University School of Art and Design & a minor in Education and Art History. She received her Master of Science for Teachers degree from Rochester Institute of Technology.
Prior to receiving her masters degree, Harrison was a high school Digital Imaging and Design Teacher and Associate Artist at The Clay Studio in Philadelphia. Harrison has taught at art facilities, residencies and workshops in New York, Philadelphia, Massachusetts and Connecticut. Most recently, the Summer Art Space Program located in New Haven, CT.
Her work has been exhibited at The Clay Studio in Philadelphia; the New Britain Museum of American Art in New Britain, Connecticut; the World’s Fair Exhibition at the Canton Museum of Art in Canton, Ohio; as well as in group exhibitions in New York, Massachusetts, Oregon, Italy, and Australia. Her past research dove into three dimensional scanning, digital modeling and rapid prototyping technology and was funded by the Alfred Undergraduate Research Grant.
Currently, Harrison is working as an art teacher at Webster Thomas High School and is creating in her home studio and the Flower City Arts Center in Rochester, NY.