Karlie King | Regina, SK
Karlie King completed a Bachelor of Arts Degree at the University of Regina (2003), a Master of Arts Degree (2006) and three years of a Doctoral Degree at Memorial University in St. John’s, NL. She has received a variety of grants and awards, including a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Grant, Saskatchewan Arts Board Indigenous Pathways Initiative Grant, and the Sask. Arts Board Independent Arts Grant.
Her work has been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions across the country: “Walking With our Sisters” FNUC, SK (2013-2019); “Around Home” Campbell River Art Gallery, BC (2013); “An Education” Estevan Art Gallery, SK (2014); “PEST” Haida Gwaii Gallery & Museum, BC; and the Newfoundland & Labrador Craft Council (2017).
For four summers, Karlie was the Artist-In-Residence at Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, SK; and in 2016 she was the Artist-In-Residence at the Canadian Western Agribition, SK. She currently teaches at The Cathedral School of Art in Regina, is curator at the Hague Gallery, and is a dedicated mother of two.