Kasie Campbell is a visual artist working in Edmonton, AB. Campbell focuses on integrating a variety of media including sculpture, installation, new media and performance. She has earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from the University of Alberta. In June 2015, Campbell was a recipient of the International Sculpture Centre's Outstanding Student Achievement Award in Contemporary Sculpture, nominated by professional Artist and Sessional Academic Royden Mills. The winning sculpture was shipped Grounds for Sculpture just South of NYC. The work then traveled to Mana Contemporary in Jersey City, NJ and then went onto Mana Contemporary in Chicago, IL. It is expected to remain there until the end of 2016. In January 2016, Michelle Schultz of dc3 nominated Campbell for the Emerging Artist Award for the Mayors Celebration of the Arts. In the Fall of 2015, Campbell completed her first transitory public art piece in collaboration with first-year art students at Keyano College in Fort McMurray, AB. The final piece was installed in Doug McCrae Park as part of the 10-day long Ignight Festival. In May 2016, Campbell had her first Solo Exhibition at Creative Practices in Edmonton, AB.
in 2016, Campbell had a performative installation at MileZero Dance in Edmonton, AB and completed weekly performances for the month-long show. Campbell recently finished her position as Edmonton Arts Council's Artist in Residence with the City of Edmonton at Kennedale Facility. Two of the sculptures created in the residency were installed in Borden Park until 2019 as part of the 2nd iteration of the
Borden Park Temporary Sculpture Loan Program.
Kasie is set to show two works at the Art Gallery of Grande Prairie in the New Year as part of the GPRC Alumni Exhibition and is currently focused on a new project grant received from the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.