Jasmine Baetz has made things out of clay from a young age, and it remains her primary tool for making sense of the world. Baetz’ work encompasses community engagement, anti-racist pedagogy, and art making. Her recent work foregrounds frequently unacknowledged histories of marginalized students and their fight for educational equity at the University of Colorado, Boulder, and contemporaneous struggles for educational equity in South Carolina.
- M.F.A. Ceramics, University of Colorado, Boulder
- B.F.A. 3D Fine Arts, Massachusetts College of Art and Design
- B.A. Religious Studies, University of Toronto
- 2021: El movimiento sigue, community created sculpture. Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art; permanent installation at 28th/Canyon in 2022 (Boulder, CO)
- 2020: Symbols of Resistance, community created sculpture. Fleming Building School of Education, CU Boulder (Boulder, CO)
- 2020: Santos, community created sculpture. William Wise Law Library, CU Boulder (Boulder, CO)
- 2019: Los Seis de Boulder, community created sculpture. Temporary Building 1, CU Boulder (Boulder, CO)