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artist + designer + Educator

Caitlin Marie Driver is an artist, designer, and educator living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She attended the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, receiving an MFA in Design and Digital Fabrication, and a BFA in Jewelry and Metalsmithing. Over the past ten years, she has created artwork in dialogue with the body: wearable art, jewelry, prosthetics, interactive handheld art objects, and installation. She has taught art and design classes nationally and internationally, and is currently an Associate Lecturer at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, teaching in Design and Digital Fabrication. Also, she is a business owner, creating custom handmade jewelry design, consulting, and leading workshops in jewelry design. She has exhibited her work nationally in galleries, museums, and events. Some of her most notable works are METTA: a biofeedback device for meditation, Karuna’s Trumpet Holder: a 3D-printed adaptive prosthetic for trumpet designed under a Google Grant and Fellowship with the e-NABLE community, and a series of artworks entitled “iAm,” handheld objects and installations that speculate about technologically mediated relationships.