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Holiday Facilitators: Cate Whittemore

skill, experience, warmth

Biography

Cate Whittemore is a contemporary American visual artist and scenographer. Fluent in many media, she creates engagement through adaptable approaches, preferring improvisation to preconceived plans, loving that drawing, painting, curating and teaching can bring cohesion, make an idea recognizable, invite new understanding.

“Painting can be a way to access one’s subtler self, transcending the intellect. Exploring the instability and fluid logic of paint allows alternative information to flow.”

Representation:
The Passdoor / Sonoma CA
Member: International Alliance of
Theatrical and Stage Employees
BA Studio Arts Connecticut College
MFA University of Minnesota

For more about Cate, see www.catewhittemore.com

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