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Carol Padberg

Associate Professor


Hartford Art School

Art School V201
860.768.4639
padberg@hartford.edu


Carol Padberg’s painting practice incorporates painting, collage, textiles and media arts. Her work has been exhibited in galleries, alternative spaces and museums in the US and abroad. Carol Padberg’s work is the focus of a 2011 NEW/NOW solo exhibition at the New Britain Museum of American Art. In 2010 she had a solo show at La Cova in Barcelona, Spain entitled Woven Code. In 2008 her 40-foot wall drawing Helvetica Mash Up was exhibited at Real Art Ways (Hartford, CT) in Carol Padberg: Face Value. Recent venues include the Kathryn Markel Gallery in New York, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, the Living Art Museum, Reykjavik, Iceland; Kunstlerhaus, Hamburg, Germany; and Gallery Woong in Seoul, South Korea. Carol Padberg is part of Jen Bekman’s project 20x200 in New York City. Padberg has been awarded a Skowhegan Fellowship, two grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board, and an Individual Artist Fellowship from the Greater Hartford Arts Council, as well as numerous residencies. Carol Padberg has been a visiting lecturer at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, and the University of Connecticut, Storrs. An Associate Professor at the Hartford Art School, Padberg teaches Painting and Drawing.