Caroline Wilkins is a printmaker and artist who graduated from the Plymouth College of Art Masters programme with a Distinction (2019). She also has a degree in Film, Video and Photographic Arts from the Polytechnic of Central London (1989).
For many years Caroline taught Art to pupils excluded from school and this experience permeates much of her work. Class, power and inequality are themes that recur across projects and installations.
Caroline gained a place on the Cultivator graduate start-up programme earlier this year and is currently working as guest artist in a graveyard as well as continuing to make prints and installations in her studio.
Mary Paterson wrote about Caroline Wilkins in an Essay titled ‘Liberating Language’
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