Caroline Woolard


Caroline Woolard was selected by Moore College of Art & Design as the first recipient of the Jane and David Walentas Endowed Fellowship. The prestigious annual fellowship underscores Moore’s ongoing commitment to social engagement by offering opportunities to thoughtful artists who bring their vision for the future of cultural production to the Moore community and the larger artistic community of Philadelphia. Read full press release.

Caroline is a Trustee on the The Oxbow School Board of Trustees has served since July 2018.

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Lulu Waks


Pack Trips in Patagonia!

Lulu Waks lives in her native California and works in land conservation with local ranchers, farmers and other landholders to protect their properties from further development. She also leads women on pack trips in Patagonia, Argentina with fellow guide Aly Moyer. Along for the 2nd annual pack trip was Oxbow's own Admissions Director, Holly McVeigh.

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Caroline Woolard


Caroline Woolard was interviewed in BOMB 132 | Summer 2015 by author John Haskell and it includes some of her work. BOMB publishes conversations between artists.

Caroline (left) - from Crain's New York Business Magazine

"Hundreds join a new kind of co-op to buy commercial property in high-rent areas. The goal is to create affordable spaces for small businesses and arts organizations. The idea for the co-op came out of a Facebook conversation between Ms. Woolard, who built "sharing economy" websites Our Goods and Trade School, and her friend Paula Segal, an attorney and founder of nonprofit 596 Acres, which helps people turn vacant city lots into community gardens." - Caroline Lewis


Case Conover


Case Conover is the producer for West Coast Live a weekly radio program featuring Sedge Thompson. The program features a live studio audience, and recently broadcast from Silo's here in Napa. The show is a rich mix of authors, musicians and other cultural figures who perform and are interviewed. Patricia Curtan was interviewed.


Caroline Woolard



Caroline Woolard and Lisa Volkova hosted the opening of a new project BFAMFAPHD at Queens Museum in New York. BFAMFAPHD.com is an interactive website, an installation, and a community of thinkers that wonder: How might we mobilize artists in the United States? BFAMFAPHD.com visualizes the number of students graduating with creative degrees, generates dialog about our collective power, and elicits proposals for organizing efforts.

Caroline was interviewed for the article Reframing the Debate with BFAMFAPHD by Nate Coleman in the February issue of Art in America and was also featured in the article BFAMFAPHD: An Imaginative School of Thought by Jacqueline Gleisner in the April online magazine and blog Art21.


Caroline Fletcher


Caroline Fletcher is getting married in a double wedding with her sister OS6 Alden Fletcher in June (correction from last issue) .

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