Carolyn Lewenberg

Carolyn Lewenberg is a Public Artist whose practice explores possibilities of how our species can be in right relationship with each other and the ecosystems around us. She asserts that the strength and humility of these relationships will determine our ability to adapt to changing environmental and social conditions in ways that can make our communities more resilient. She creates work in collaboration with community organizations, non-profits, municipalities, and state and national groups including the National Park Service and Department of Conservation and Recreation. She was the 2017-2018 Artist in Residence at the Metropolitan Area Planning Council. Her reflections on working with planners and municipalities on public art have been featured on ArtPlace America and National Endowment for the Arts blogs. Carolyn recieved a Masters in Art Teaching from Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt), and BS in Landscape Architecture from UMass Amherst.