Catherine Rousseau works as a visual artist and art educator in Cambridge, MA. Catherine’s devotion to society, environment, history and art defines her work as a community artist. She finds that by engaging people in the arts, she can utilize her passions by helping communities define themselves as they develop their own artistic and creative identities.

Catherine graduated from Roger Williams University in Bristol, RI in May of 2009. There, she double majored in Visual Art, and Art and Architectural History. While at Roger Williams, Catherine collaborated with faculty artists to produce installations for the campus, as well as exhibited in Gallery shows in the town area.

Catherine also acted as a community activist while at Roger Williams, as a Resident Assistant for the student campus. As a part of her responsibilities as an RA, Catherine developed and implemented community programs that stretched across the university.

Her devotion to the arts and community led her to Cambridge, MA where she studies at Lesley University and is currently working towards her Masters in Community Art Education with a specialization in Visual Art.

Currently, Catherine also volunteers at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Out of the Blue art gallery in Cambridge, MA, and will soon be the Resident Artist at the Peabody School also located Cambridge.

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