Kathryn Zaremba is an artist, illustrator, and exhibition designer from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.
As a child, Kathryn grew up on theatre sets and sound stages. A career as an actress and singer, both in theater and television, provided imaginary, art-filled, worlds to play, learn and discover. From New York to Los Angeles, museums, art galleries, and zoos became her learning lab, inspiring a career in art spaces and museums. Kathryn seeks to facilitate, inspire, and nurture creativity and curiosity in others.
Before moving to Washington, Kathryn was the assistant to artist Jonathan Adler in New York City. She has illustrated and designed textiles for New York based designer Rachel Antonoff. Upon moving to Washington in 2009 she worked for The Foundation for the National Archives until 2011.
Ms. Zaremba holds a BFA in Interdisciplinary Art Studies from The Kansas City Art Institute in Missouri. She holds her MA in Exhibition Design from Corcoran College of Art + Design.
Kathryn began working with Civilian Art Projects in the fall of 2012. She resides in Washington, D.C.