Landscape and Memory , 2018, Photographed by Lindy Schoenborn

Landscape and Memory, 2018, Photographed by Lindy Schoenborn

Kristen Crouch (b. 1991) received a BFA in photography and a minor in sculpture from SCAD (2014). She has had solo exhibitions in Savannah (I Will Live On [2014]) and her hometown of Wilmington (Landscape and Memory [2018], a collaboration with LOCAL: Art + Ideas). She has also organized exhibitions in Wilmington, including Full Frontal (2017). Omni (2016), and Thirty Under 30: An International Young Artist Group Exhibition (2015). Crouch has participated in group shows in North Carolina, Georgia, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Kentucky, and was a co-producer, curator, and performer in The Museum of Dead Words, with shows in London and California. Kristen is currently living and working in Portland, OR.

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PRESS

2018

Encore Magazine: SPIRITUAL JOURNEY: Kristen Crouch discusses her most challenging work yet in ‘Landscape and Memory’Shea Carver

WECT News: Artist's immersive installation explores memory and nostalgiaAshlea Kosikowski

Star News: Art in Wilmington: New Exhibits Coming June 1-2Justin Lacy

2017

Voice Mag: 11 words died on the internet and what happened next is shockingTom Inniss

WECT News: The 11 words on the internet that turn conversations into fightsBen Smart

Encore Magazine: EPISTOLARY EPIGRAPHS: Brooklyn-based rapper Dyalekt explores the misuse of language through theatrical hip-hop at Wabi Sabi WarehouseJames McCrea

WHQR: Communique: "Museum of Dead Words" In Wabi Sabi Warehouse Friday & SaturdayGina Gambony

Wilma Magazine: Artistic ImpressionsElizabeth White

WWAY: 'Full Frontal' aims to open conversation about nude artRandy Aldridge

Star News: 'Full Frontal', a nude art show at Wabi Sabi Warehouse, aims to start conversations, Justin Lacy

Wilmington Magazine: Working Through the LayersKim Henry

ArtsNow NC, Guest Blog: ‘Full Frontal’ to show the naked body in all ‘sizes, media and interpretations’, Mike Williams

Encore Magazine: Earth Unleashed: Wabi Sabi Warehouse hosts ‘Flou(we)r: Find Us Here’ exhibit, featuring four local artistsEmily Truss

2016

Star News: In Wilmington, unease of 2016 produced excellent art exhibits, Justin Lacy

WECT: Omni Art Exhibit at Acme Art Studios, WECT Staff

Encore: EXPOSING ARTISTRY: New photography show takes over Brooklyn Arts Center on Sunday,

ArtsNow NC Guest Blog: Wilmington Artists Create 'Omni', Mike Williams

WHQR: Communique: Interactive Exhibit 'Omni' Opens at Acme Friday, June 24, Gina Gambony

Star News: Young Artists Get Experiemental and Interactive With 'Omni', Justin Lacy

ArtsNow NC: Kristen Crouch turns nostalgia into 'positive, active energy', Mike Williams

ArtsNow NC: The Silver Peak of Acme, Laken Geiger

WECT News: Acme Art Goes Digital, Aj Ricketts

2015

Star News: 10 Art Shows That Caught Our Eye in 2015Justin Lacy

Star News: Acme Art has a show for the 'Under 30' Crowd, Justin Lacy

Encore Magazine: Showcasing Youth: ‘30 Under 30’ opens this Friday at Acme Studios, Christian Podgaysky

Wilma Magazine, March Spotlight: Competition for Young Artists, Kate Kuchtjak

Encore Magazine: Fueled With Diversity: Artfuel Vol. 40 displays varied works by local artists

2014

Savannah Art Informer: “I Will Live On” explores the mortality of our memories, Alexandra Jones

SCAD District: Boundary Hall bumped off, sculpture minor bumped up to Atlanta, Andrea Six and Yves Jeffcoat

SCAD District: Sculpture students bid Boundary Hall goodbye, Andrea Six

Savannah Art Informer: Breaking the Mold: The Foundry Show opens with a vibrant reception, Lauren Flotte

SCAD District: Cast iron and bronze works exhibited at Sicky Nar Nar, Amanda Surowitz