Allison Carter-Beaulé

poetry, biology, letterpress, magnolias, artists’ books, silkscreen, dinoflagellates1, typographical ornaments, cats, “wetsuit,” etymology, organic chemistry, 35mm, epistles, research libraries, The Web, webs, tactile switches, broadsides, carpals, interdisciplinary, pluck, plucky, [sic], “and,” ornithology, marbles2, southern resident orcas3

[1] Artist-at-Sea resident, August 2023; two weeks sailing aboard the R/V Sally Ride with mesozooplankton scientists. (Photos; developing)
[2] Preview of marbling/microscopy
[3] The Names of the Glaciers artists’ book on view Jan 18 - May 1, 2024 at Center for Book Arts, NYC.
Interdisciplinary cross-pollination; convergences between art, science, language, material, & form.

Currently pursuing intersections between marine biology, oceanography, and research methodologies with art, publication, and education.


MFA writing poetry, independent studies in printmaking
  Columbia University, New York, NY
BSc in biology with double major in English literature
  University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC

residencies, scholarships, & fellowships:
Artist-at Sea, Sitka Center for Art & Ecology 
Max Ritvo Poetry Fellow, Columbia University
Fine Press Scholarship, Center for Book Arts
Pine Tree Scholar, Barnard College

Letterpress printing, risograph, silkscreen, intaglio, mimeograph; paper marbling, illustration; hardcover binding, hot foil, slipcases & boxes; hybrid genres; 35mm film, digital photography.  

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