Carrie Hawks

Carrie Hawks’ art investigates gender, queer sexuality, and Blackness in order to promote healing. They work in a variety of medium including film, drawing, doll-making, animation, and performance. They hold a BA in Art History & Visual Arts from Barnard College and a BFA in Graphic Design from Georgia State University. They have shown nationally and internationally in the Brooklyn Museum, The New Museum, the Nelson-Atkins Museum, The Kemper, The Kitchen (NYC), Atlanta, Cape Town, Toronto, and Tokyo. Their award-winning animated documentary black enuf* was funded in part by The Jerome Foundation and included in Black Public Media’s AfroPop series. They have performed with Black Women Artist for Black Lives Matter, and selected for the Set on Freedom Artist Residency (Queens Museum) and awarded the Jerome Camargo Residency in 2019. Reviews, mentions, and interviews about their work have appeared in The New York Times, Colorlines, HyperAllergic, The Kansas City Star. Reach out to Carrie: