Katie Ione Craney

Katie is an interdisciplinary art maker working with found materials, photography, text, and scrap metal. She reflects on connections between memory, survival, and accessibility in the rapidly changing North, and is currently working on her masters degree in Arctic & Northern Studies from University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Her art and writing has been featured in Alaska Women Speak, Center for Humans and Nature, Dark Mountain, and Iceview, an Icelandic art journal. Katie has received support from Alaska Humanities Forum, Alaska State Council on the Arts, a Connie Boochever Artist Fellowship, and an artist award from the Rasmuson Foundation. When she’s not making art, you can find her reading or wandering along a ridgeline or shoreline. Visit www.katieionecraney.com