Carrie Kim serves students as the Career Specialist for Arts and Culture. She is excited to work with Carthage students in the arts and humanities to access meaningful experiential learning and professional development opportunities and build inclusive programming to advance their entrepreneurship, leadership, and creativity skills.
Carrie has over twenty years of experience in the arts and education and has worked as an arts administrator, curator, visiting artist, consultant, mentor, and art educator for learners of all ages and abilities. She has received several teaching awards and has exhibited her prints and drawings throughout the Midwest. Carrie recently served as the Curator of Education and Public Programming at the Oklahoma State University Museum of Art, where she collaborated with artists, scholars, curators, and faculty to develop exhibitions and create innovative and inclusive academic and community programming. Carrie mentored undergraduate and graduate students through multi-year internships and practicums and taught museum education and Design Thinking courses for the OSU Department of Art, Art History, and Graphic Design. She has served on several executive-level arts boards and committees to plan state and regional arts conferences and expand access to arts education.
Carrie spends her free time with family and friends, seeing and making art, reading, baking, traveling, collecting vintage curiosities, and attempting to garden. She is delighted to be back in her home state and is thrilled to be a part of the Carthage family.
Masters in Visual Studies from Cardinal Stritch University
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art Education, Minor in Art History and Criticism from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee