Want to collab on a project, zine, workshop? Please email cnicholls (at) mica (dot) edu or use the form below.
Clare Nicholls is an artist and museum educator living and working in Baltimore, Maryland. Clare is a weaver, painter, spinner, zinester, maker, etc-er who loves touching soft things and is obsessed about knowing everything. As the manager of The Shed, an exhibit makerspace within the Maryland Science Center, she focuses on STEAM education in informal contexts. Her professional goal is to connect people to process.
Clare earned a BA in Art and Art History from St. Mary’s College of Maryland in 2010, and obtained a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate from MICA in 2013. She most recently showed work in the School of Design Gallery at Stevenson University, as well as Across the Ages at Boyden Gallery at St. Mary's College. She has previously shown in the Riggs and Leidy Galleries at MICA. Her work engages with language, memory, history, and when they turn the corner too quickly and run into mythology. She has always been told she was raised by wolves.