Heather Schulte is an interdisciplinary artist based in Colorado. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2003. Supported by numerous grants and private donations, her community-based projects include Stitching the Situation, a collectively embroidered tapestry in response to COVID-19, and The Denver Principles Flagpole Project, in collaboration with PLWHIV and the Colorado Health Network. Schulte’s work has been exhibited throughout Colorado, including RedLine Contemporary, the Arvada Center, and the Denver Art Museum. In 2022 she received an Arts and Creative Placemaking award from the University of Florida Center for Arts & Medicine. In the spring of 2024, she will be a resident artist with Platte Forum in Denver.
Schulte will be presenting Stitching the Situation: a Collaborative COVID Tapestry during TSA’s 2023 Colloquium
- Insta: @stitchingthesituation @heatherdschulte
- FB: facebook.com/stitchingthesituation
- YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@stitchingthesituation1094
- www.stitchingthesituation.com & www.bordemoslasituacion.com
All images have been provided by Heather Schulte