NEWS, PUBLICATIONS, EXHIBITIONS
Assistant Professor Karolina Karlic awarded 2019 Hellman Fellowship (2019-2020)
Established by Warren & Chris Hellman and their children in 1994, the purpose of the Hellman Fellows Program is to support the research of promising assistant professors who show capacity for great distinction in their chosen fields of endeavor.
Lecture California College of the Arts, CCA. Rubberlands discussed at the Oakland Campus, March 6th, 2017.
UCSC Lecture, January, 26, 2016 Karolina Karlic to present: Personal Photography & New Narratives in Labor & Diaspora
Lewis & Clark College, Reinventing Documentary: The Art of Allan Sekula
PRIMER / ELEMENTARZ Limited Edition Book Launch, August 23rd, 2014 - Cohen Gallery, Los Angeles Cohen Gallery Book Launch of PRIMER, August 23rd, 4-7pm
Rubberlands / Cultural Exchange Fellowship / Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs
Recipient of the 2013 Cultural Exchange International Fellowship, jointly offered by the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs and the Sacatar Foundation
June 2013 - Light Work Artist in Residence
October 3rd, 2012 - Visiting Artist Lecture 12:30 p.m.
Baron and Ellin Gordon Art Galleries at ODU, 4509 Monarch Way, Norfolk
September 15th, 2012 - Old Dominion University
"Photographs with Teeth" in conjunction with the 35th Annual Literary Festival: "Words With Teeth." Exhibition Opening - Norfolk, Virginia
June 1st, 2012 - Minneapolis College of Art and Design
"About Change" - Exhibition Opening Minneapolis, Minnesota
April 30th, 2012 - Visiting Artist Lecture
CALARTS Lecture at 1pm Monday April 30th, 2012
Karolina Karlic awarded the Guggenheim Fellowship
May 2011 JOHN SIMON GUGGENHEIM FELLOWSHIP IN THE CREATIVE ARTS
The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation announced the winners of its 2011 Guggenheim Fellowships yesterday. Eight photographers were among the roughly 80 individuals awarded fellowships in the Creative Arts:
Katherine Turczan, Karolina Karlic, Jonathan Lowenstein, Richard Mosse, Pipo Hieu Nguyen-duy, Betsy Schneider, Penelope Umbrico and John M. Willis.
Founded in 1922, the Fellowship program is intended to “add to the educational, literary, artistic, and scientific power of this country, and also to provide for the cause of better international understanding,” Photographers who have previously won Guggenheim Fellowships include Ansel Adams, Diane Arbus, Robert Adams, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Lewis Baltz. Robert Frank, Ray K. Metzker and Joel Meyerowitz.