Mills College, M.F.A.s, Studio Art: Book and Paper Art and Creative Writing: Poetry 2013
Brandeis University, B.A., Majored in Creative Writing, Art History 2006

Features + Publications + Awards

Interviewed for The Praxis Journal, Buenos Aires 2022
Interviewed for Catskill Culture Club 2022
Interviewed for O+ Radio Hour 2021
Interviewed for Cottage Home & Living Magazine 2021
Interviewed for The Professional Weaver Society Podcast 2020
Featured in Architectural Digest 2020
Featured in Chairish 2020
Featured in House Beautiful 2020
Featured and Interviewed for Chronogram - 'By a Thread: Women Fiber Artists in the Hudson Valley' 2020
Interviewed for Field and Supply: Meet the Maker 2020
Featured and Interviewed for In Her Studio Magazine May Issue 2020
Interviewed for Creative Hudson Valley 2020
Poetry and Artwork featured in artist's book Don't Cut Your Hair It's Beautiful, Black Rock Press, UNV, Reno 2020
Featured in Kingston Happenings Radio Interview 2020
Featured and Interviewed for Where Women Create: Mindful Studios Magazine November Issue 2019
Interviewed for Where They Create Blog 2019
Interviewed for the Free Her Spirit Podcast 2019
Interviewed for Houzz 2019
Interviewed for the Unbroken Chain Podcast 2018
Artwork featured in Architectural Digest 2018
Artwork featured in Williams Sonoma 2018
Interviewed for The Common Thread Blog 2018
Interviewed for The Weaving Loom Blog 2016
Artwork featured in Design Sponge 2016
Artwork featured in Darling Magazine: Issue 14 2016
Artwork featured on My Domaine 2016
Featured Artist on Bookbinding Now Podcast with Susan Mills 2016
Artwork reviewed for Northampton Arts Council 2016
Poetry featured in Piecework 2015
Featured in Lark Books: 500 Handmade Books Volume 2 2013
Artist-in-Residence, Kala Art Institute 2012
Featured Artist, 2012 SFCB Road Works Printing Festival 2012
Editioned S.O.S. with Zenon Fajfer 2011
Recipient of Annual Brandeis Poetry and Fiction Awards 2006
Featured Poet, Boston Intercollegiate Poetry Festival 2006


Featured Artist in Upstate Diary's Second Annual ART + NATURE + HOME Exhibition 2022
Featured Artist at the Fuller Building, Kingston 2022
Featured Artist in Ravenwood's Exhibition: "ReGrowth 2022
Featured Artist in Kips Bay Showhouse, Palm Beach 2022
Featured Artist in Kingston Art Walk: "Solitary Confinement" 2021
Featured Artist in O+ Festival, Installation: "I Must Like it If I Stay" 2021
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Placed in Private Collection of Beth Rudin DeWoody's The Bunker Artspace, West Palm Beach 2021
Featured Artist in Upstate Diary's First Annual ART + NATURE + HOME Exhibition 2021
Featured Artist at Lawton Mull, New York City 2021
Featured Artist at Black Dot, Stone Ridge 2021
Featured Artist on Permanent View at the Globe Mill Lofts, Utica 2020
Featured Artist for Third Annual Kingston Design Connection Showhouse 2020
Featured Artist at the Pinkwater Gallery, Kingston 2020
Featured Artist at D Day Gallery in Citizen, Woodstock 2020
Partnership with Supima Cotton as a Featured Fiber Artist 2020
Featured Artist at the Lockwood Gallery in Smoke Show 2020
Featured Artist at Arts Society Kingston in Fem Gens 2020
Featured Artist at Kingston Bread + Bar, Kingston 2020
Permanent Installation at the Kingston Standard, Body of Water, Kingston 2020
Featured Artist at Miku Restaurant, Toronto 2020
Featured Artist in Special Delivery at Beekman 1802 Gallery, Sharon Springs 2019
Featured Artist in Made in Kingston 2019
Exhibitions (cont.)
Featured Artist Studio for Annual Fall Art Walk Kingston 2019
Featured Artist in Speechless at Brush & Reed Gallery 2019
Featured Artist in Second Annual Kingston Design Showhouse, Kingston 2019
Featured Artist in Brooklyn Designer Showhouse, Brooklyn 2019
Solo Show: Fantastic Fibers at Artbar Gallery, Kingston 2019
Featured Artist for Summer Season at Ravenwood Barn 2019
Featured Artist in Hudson Design Weekend, Drop Forge and Tool, Hudson 2019
Featured Artist in Gather, ArtBar Gallery, Kingston 2019
Featured Artist in Transformation: Fiber as Medium, Saatchi Art 2019
Solo Show: Winter, Clove & Creek, Kingston 2019
Featured Artist, Kingston Creative Exchange in partnership with Pratt and MAD Workshop 2019
Featured Artist at Village Coffee & Goods Gallery 2019
Featured Artist, Hendley & Co., Newburgh 2018
Featured Artist in Kingston Design Showhouse, Kingston 2018
Solo Show: Witch Tapestries, Rebecca Peacock, Kingston 2018
Featured Artist for Summer Season at Ravenwood Barn 2018
Featured Artist in All Women's Eve, Drop Forge & Tool, Hudson 2018
Featured Artist in Degrees of Innovation, San Francisco Center for the Book 2017
Solo Show: New Work by Kat Howard, Surface Gallery, Asheville 2016
Featured Artist in Keeping Busy: Five Artists Respond to Henrietta Lambie's Mourning Quilt, c. 1884 2016
Featured Artist in Ideation, Abecedarian Gallery, Denver 2013
Featured Artist in Siberian Self-Publishing Festival, Tomsk, Russia 2013
MFA Thesis Show, Cornered exhibited at Swarm Gallery, Oakland 2013
Installation, Dissection exhibited at Columbia College Chicago 2012
Installation, This is Not a Tent, Mills College 2012
Assistant Curator for The Angel Leaves the House, Mills College Library 2012
Curated The Cuala Press, Mills College Library 2011
Work exhibited at Mills College 2010-2013
Curated Mills College Book Art Gallery 2010-2011
Curated The Visual Studies Workshop: A History, Mills College Library 2010

Kat Howard was born in Rochester, New York in 1984. She earned a BA in Creative Writing and Art History from Brandeis University in 2006, and worked at the Whitney Museum of American Art as their first Manager of Interactive Media until 2010, when she left the museum world to pursue two MFAs contingently in Studio Art: Book & Paper Art and Creative Writing: Poetry, which she received from Mills College in 2013. Since graduating, she has been working as an independent artist. She has been featured in DesignSponge, Houzz, Architectural Digest, and Chronogram. Her work is available through the artist directly, and through Lawton Mull in New York. Howard lives in Kingston, New York