Kaitlin Pomerantz is a visual artist, writer and educator based in Philadelphia.
Pomerantz's interdisciplinary work in sculpture, site-specific installation, photography, and painting explores the relationship between humans and nature, landscape and land use, and themes of history, vacancy, and loss. Pomerantz is co-facilitator of the botanical arts project, WE THE WEEDS, which explores and responds to natural histories and the relationship between built landscape and "nature". Pomerantz has recently participated in place-based residencies including Land Arts of the American West (Texas and South West USA), Cabin Time (Sierra Nevadas) and Lugo Land (Lugo, Italy). She has most recently shown work at Sierra Nevada College, Nevada; Texas Tech Museum, Lubbock, Texas; Fjord Gallery and Little Berlin, Philadelphia. Pomerantz was part of Philadelphia's public art festival, Monument Lab, for which she did a project about stoops.
Pomerantz's reviews, essays, and creative writing appear in Title Magazine, Art Blog, Bomb, and Imaginations Journal, among other publications. She has worked as an editorial assistant at Cabinet Magazine, an English teacher at Friends Seminary elementary school, and as a copyeditor for The Arts in Psychotherapy, as well as independent clients. She is currently a managing editor of Title Magazine, and a writing advisor in the graduate program at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. She provides writing services (grants, editorial, tutoring, creative) to private clients, and is available for hire.
Pomerantz has taught studio, seminar and art history courses at Haverford College, University of Pennsylvania, Pafa, and Temple University (Tyler School of Art); and has worked with high school/elementary students at Germantown Friends School, Shoemaker Mastery Charter, Friends Seminary (NY), and more. She is currently teaching drawing and screen printing at Moore College of Art, and is an MFA Critic, Post-Bac Lecturer, and assistant to the MFA Chair at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Arts.
Pomerantz' research topics include land art, landscape and land use, public art and installation, locality and local histories, pedagogy/art education, and "Outsider Art". She lectures widely on these topics, and has most recently spoken at the ICA Philadelphia, Haverford College, Kutztown University, and Stockton University.
For teaching, lecturing, writing, editing, and exhibition opportunities, please contact: email@example.com
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(photo by Naomieh Jovin)