Kim Charles Kay – Communications & Special Projects
Kim develops and tends communications via social media, diverse internal and external communities, and the unseen. She is an artist, queer auntie, ancestral healing practitioner, and lover of the many beings with whom she communicates in her multi-spatial and interdisciplinary practice. Kim’s professional background includes years of social justice work, artistic practice, and arts education. She has a BFA in painting, and her arts projects and programs have been shown in museums, residencies and fellowships including The Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, The Bubbler at Madison Public Library, The New Museum, and The Vermont Studio Center. Kim’s ancestors hail from the British Isles and northern Europe by way of Massachusetts, Georgia, Ohio, Wisconsin, Washington, and California. Kim currently lives on traditional Potawatomi land in Kalamazoo, MI. Visit Kim’s site at www.kimcharleskay.com.