Christiana Caro is an artist, photographer, and educator based in Seattle, WA.
Born in Washington, DC, Caro earned her BFA in photography from the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston (2002) and her MFA from the University of Arizona, Tucson (2011). She has participated in a number of artist-in-residency programs, lectures, and exhibitions in the US and abroad.
From 2011-12, Caro received a Fulbright Fellowship for research in Slovakia, during which time she also founded and curated Clutch Gallery, a pop-up exhibition space that showcased the work of Slovak and US artists. In 2015 she co-founded a similar project for local artists in Norfolk, VA - Range Gallery.
Caro has taught photography and art history at Old Dominion University, the University of Arizona, the Florence University of the Arts, the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art, the Governor's School for the Arts, and served as a visiting Fulbright artist at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Bratislava.
Caro currently maintains a studio and freelance practice from Seattle. She recently contracted with Research and Machine Intelligence at Google Inc. for development on the Clips project, an AI-powered camera, and on Artists and Machine Intelligence (AMI), a program that brings artists and engineers together to make collaborative projects with intelligent systems.