2014 MFA Art Practice, School of Visual Arts – New York, NY
2003 BFA Otis College of Art and Design, - Los Angeles, CA
2001 AAS Fashion Institute of Technology - New York, NY




NY Art Book Fair, MoMA PS1 - Long Island City, NY (Included in publication, Poetry Slam vol. 3, by Mieko Meguro at Lisson Gallery booth)

GlenLily Grounds, GlenLily Manor - Newburgh, NY. Curated by Lacey Fekishazy

Happy New Year 3A Gallery, 3A Gallery - New York, NY 


GlenLily Grounds, GlenLily Manor - Newburgh, NY. Curated by Lacey Fekishazy

Published by the Artist, International Print Center New York. Invited by Angela Conant and Grayson Cox.

TOOL BOOK, SoHo20 Gallery  - Brooklyn, NY. A project by Sarah G Sharp

Uphill Downhill Conversation, (Sister), 3A Gallery Annex - New York, NY*

Poetry Slam, Vol. 3 - Cafe Dan Graham - New York, NY


GlenLily Grounds, GlenLily Manor - Newburgh, NY. Curated by Lacey Fekishazy and Gabriel Hurier

Make Do: Angela Conant and Kate Harding – SARDINE, Brooklyn, NY

History As I Know It, On the Ground Floor – Los Angeles, CA and Imperfect Gallery – Philadelphia, PA. Curated by Virginia Arce, Allison McDaniel, and Kaitlynn Redell


9-5, (Ernesto Pujol performance for MoreArt), Brookfield Place – New York, NY (October). Curated by Micaela Giovanotti

GlenLily Grounds, GlenLily Manor - Newburgh, NY. Curated by Lacey Fekishazy and Gabriel Hurier

Mingled Bodies, Vanity Projects, New York, NY. Curated by Jovana Stokic

one n ten - Paddle 8, to benefit one n ten. Organized by SKUNKWORKS Projects

personal:interpersonal:connected, SARDINE– Brooklyn, NY. Curated by SKUNKWORKS Projects

On Caring, Panel Discussion Moderated by curator, Jovana Stokic. Co-curated and directed by Graciela Cassel for Brooklyn Public Television.

Gaia – Paddle 8, to benefit Curated by Sarah Belden


To Cross (Walking New York), (Anne Wilson performance). The Drawing Center – New York, NY

GlenLily Grounds, GlenLily Manor – Newburgh, NY. Curated by Lacey Fekishazy and Gabriel Hurier

The Matricide (An Artificial Grammar for Nature), CP Projects – New York, NYCurated by Steven Henry Madoff

Both and All, But None Too Bright, Grace Exhibition Space –Brooklyn, NY*

Community Board, Glasshouse – Brooklyn, NY. Organized by Tribble & Mancenido and Jovana Stokic

The Hot 100, Paddle 8, to benefit the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation. Curated by Sarah Belden

The Grinstein Invitational: Generation to Generation, Rosamund Felson Gallery – Los Angeles, CA. Invited by/showing with Scott Grieger


Special Guests, Sardine – Brooklyn, NY

Time After Us, (Ernesto Pujol performance), St. Paul’s Chapel – New York, NY

Frequency Response, Electronic Arts Intermix – New York, NY

MoMA PopRally: Abstract Currents, Museum of Modern Art – New York, NY

Current Practice, Invisible Dog Gallery – Brooklyn, NY. Curated by Hesse McGraw

Ecstasy/Apocalypse, Visual Arts Gallery – New York, NY. Curated by Thyrza Nichols Goodeve

Of Other Places, Sardine – Brooklyn, NY

How About Now, Namaste Highland Park – Los Angeles, CA. Curated by j.frede

Rockaway from Brooklyn to Los Angeles: Artists and Surfers for Hurricane Sandy Relief, Water Projects – Los Angeles, CA



Lineamenta, Beacon Arts  – Los Angeles, CA. Curated by Renée A. Fox

Friends and Neighbors, Echo Park Film Center – Los Angeles, CA. Curated by EPFC AIR, Margie Schnibbe

Contrasting Visions: Azhad Bogosian and Kate Harding, East Central College Gallery – Union, MO



Deck the Walls, SARDINE – Brooklyn, NY. Curated by Amy Feldman and Lacey Fekishazy

Some City Angels, Edward Cella Art + Architecture – Los Angeles, CA. Curated by Marlena Donohue

My House is Your House, Statler Waldorf Gallery – Los Angeles, CA. Curated by Molly Larkey and Whitney Carter



On Seeing: The Purpose Paradox, The Huffington Post, online exhibition. Curated by Annie Buckley
International Mail Art Exhibition, Armory Center for the Arts – Pasadena, CA. Curated by Jay Belloli
Room Mobile, SeeLine Gallery – Los Angeles, CA. Curated by Janet Levy
Shangrila, Shangrila – Joshua Tree, CA. Curated by Drew Dunlap
The Hills are Alive, Circus Gallery – Los Angeles, CA. Curated by Laurie Steelink
Reclaiming: Inter-generation, 627 S. Carondelet – Los Angeles, CA
Whiskey Creek, Track 16 Gallery – Santa Monica, CA*
Soundwalk 2007, East Village Arts District – Long Beach, CA
Inglewood Open Studios – Los Angeles, CA
Historic Franklin County, Mid-Missouri Fine Arts Association – Washington, MO
Ethnobotany, Museum of Anthropology, California State University Chico – Chico, CA
Soundwalk 2004, East Village Arts District – Long Beach, CA
Reclaiming, 627 S. Carondelet – Los Angeles, CA
Hello From Otis – Otis College of Art and Design – Los Angeles, CA
The City is Sending Signals, Loft Space - Los Angeles, CA
Wild West, 4-F Gallery, Chinatown - Los Angeles, CA
Small Works, Galef Center for the Arts, Otis College - Los Angeles, CA
Graduating Senior Exhibition, Museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology – New York, NY
Views from the Balcony: Kate Harding and Tracy Ianonne, Chelsea Hotel - New York, NY*
Bring Your Own Baggage, 2/20 Gallery – New York, NY


Nine More Publications - more information coming soon

2016 - present    Bicoastal Carpool
Host of the weekly internet radio broadcast currently in its third season and airing on WPIR Pratt Radio, live from Pratt Institute (Brooklyn, NY). In-studio and called guests and guest co-hosts have included Michelle Andrade, Jay Stuckey, Meg Cranston, Meg Webster, Renée A. Fox, Virginia Dan, Kaitlynn Redell, Soo Kim; (Los Angeles, CA), Martha Wilson, Jovana Stokic, Dana M. Osburn, Nat Castañeda, Mira Brunner, Thyrza Nichols Goodeve, Sara Jimenez, Madeline Schwartzman, Michele Kennedy, Benjamin Thorpe; (Brooklyn, NY), Lacey Fekishazy; (Newburgh, NY), Ernesto Pujol; (Old Chatham, NY) and Henry G. Sanchez; (Houston, TX). This is an ongoing show that began in October 31, 2016 and will continue into the foreseeable future.
2015      Correspondence
Project as part of the exhibition “personal:interpersonal:connected “ at SARDINE (Brooklyn, NY), included drawings from artists based in Los Angeles, California and New York, New York. Artists: Monique Prieto, Meg Cranston, Carole Caroompas, Sally Bruno, Lacey Fekishazy and Charlie Hurier, Carla Danes, Michelle Andrade, Sarah Heineman, Sara Cromarty, Nat Casteñeda, Ellen Seibers, Heidi Hankaneimi, Mieko Meguro, Redell & Jimenez, and Alisha Wessler.

2010     Hallway Happenings at Playa Del Oro,  Curator.

This public art project was funded by Decron Properties and the Department of Cultural Affairs.  Through exhibitions and public receptions, Otis Fine Arts Students and Westchester residents engaged with each other.  Students gained a better understanding of exhibition practices and received greater exposure to the public.  Westchester residents were further introduced to the programs and work of the Fine Arts Department of Otis.  This mutually beneficial experience combined key events with everyday enrichment.  This included four exhibitions of student work in the areas of painting, sculpture, video and photography.

2008    Reclaiming: Inter-generation, co-curated with Renée A. Fox and Jenée Misraje.
Twenty Otis College of Art and Design alumni exhibited in the former Otis administrative building, producing dialogs spanning many of the 90 years since the college’s inception in 1918. In conjunction with Otis College of Art and Design’s 90th Anniversary Home-Coming, “Reclaiming: Inter-generation” aligned the historical with a contemporary context, creating pairings whose significance was amplified by the space occupied.

Paula Rhodes Award, School of Visual Arts 2014
School of Visual Arts  Art Practice Award, (2013-2014) 
AIGA Copper Ingot 100 Award, 2007
Peter Goulds Grant
Ben Maltz Grant
Fashion Institute of Technology President’s Award 



Systems and Research Strategies, Artist lecture – Parsons The New School, New York, NY

Additional coursework completed: Music as Biology: What We Like to Hear and Why – Duke University, NC for Coursera


Memory in Practice, Artist lecture – Parsons The New School, New York, NY

Make Do: A Conversation with Angela Conant, Kate Harding and Thyrza Nichols Goodeve – SARDINE, Brooklyn, NY. Hosted by School of Visual Arts, MFA Art Practice Department


On Writing, Artist lecture – School of Visual Arts, New York, NY

Language, Topology and Performative Installation, Artist lecture – Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA

Volunteer Draftsperson and Shift Supervisor on Sol LeWitt Wall Drawing #990 - Pratt Institute Library - Brooklyn, NYDirected by Angela Conant, sanctioned by Sol LeWitt Estate

Assistant Draftsperson, Sol LeWitt Wall Drawings #1128 & 1229 for The Xerox Book, Paula Cooper - New York, NY. Draftsperson: Lacey Fekishazy


Omne ignotum pro magnifico: Kate Harding in conversation with Dana Osburn - Grace Exhibition Space, Brooklyn, NY

Prop Mistress for Suzanne Lacy and Andrea Bowers exhibition Drawing Lessons - The Drawing Center, New York, NY


Patterning Landscape: Whiskey Creek, Artist lecture – East Central College, Union, MO



Poetry Slam vol. 3, publication by Mieko Meguro, a zine-style booklet document of a poetry event presented by 3A Gallery and held at Café Dan Graham in 2017


For The Brooklyn Rail – December, Duke Riley: Now Those Days Are Gone at Magnan Metz


Correspondence, Vol. 1, independently published limited edition book

For The Brooklyn Rail – April, Tamara Johnson’s exhibition, “No Your Boundaries,” at the CUE Art Foundation


For The Brooklyn Rail - Artist Essays for Come Together: Surviving Hurricane Sandy online exhibition catalog, Jo Nigoghossian, Jennifer Phelan, and Will Ryman



Hammond, Alexandra, "KATE HARDING: Uphill Downhill Conversation, (Sister)," The Brooklyn Rail, August 2017

Redell, Kaitlynn, “Resonance of Landscape: Kaitlynn Redell in Conversation with Kate Harding,” ARTFILE Magazine. May 2015

Aiello, Carl, “Newburgh Celebrates the Arts,” Mid Hudson Times, October 1, 2014.

Keesling, Jamie, “MFA Art Practice Students Present “Community Board” in Brooklyn,” SVA CloseUp. July 15, 2014

Nichols Goodeve, Thyrza, “Faculty Feature: Ernesto Pujol,” A/P Blog. October 2013.

“WHS Graduate’s Artwork to Be Displayed at ECC Gallery.” The Missourian. February 17, 2012.

Tuck, Geoff. “On Seeing Work by Kate Harding, Elana Mann and Alex Slade,” Notes On Looking: Contemporary Art From Los Angeles., October 27, 2011.

Diachendt, G. James. “Art Critics: Recommendations,” ArtScene. October 2011

Jordan, Courtney. “Drawing with Thread, Paint, Paper and Pen,” Artist, July 29, 2010

Johnston, Karen. “The Importance of Drawing in the Fiber Arts,” American Artist: Drawing Magazine.  Winter 2009

Nelson, Harold. “Kate Harding: Whiskey Creek,” Fiberarts. January 2009

Nieto, Margarita. “Continuing and Recommended,” ArtScene. October 2008 

Geer, Suvan. “Women Around Town,” Southern California Women’s Caucus for Art Newsletter. October 2008

Dambrot, Shana Nys. “Bob Biggs: OPP-A Roadmap to Nowhere, Doug Edge: New Paintings, and Kate Harding : Whiskey Creek,” flavorpill. 9/6/08. 

Communication Arts Magazine’s November 2007 Design Annual.

Victoria Bryan in association with California State University, Long Beach. “’Soundwalk’ in the East Village Arts District,” StudioTalk.  Published 9/04

Irsay, Steve.  “Walk Exhibits Artful Noise,” Downtown Gazette. 8/16/04

Zeigler, Chris. “Sounds of Silence,” OC Weekly. 8/19/04

“From the Minds of Babes, Things You've Never Thought of but Probably Should Have,” People Magazine. February 24, 1986. Vol. 25 No. 8.

Soundwalk 2004 Exhibition catalog. 2004, Published by FLOOD Productions.

Girls Think of Everything: Stories of Ingenious Inventions by Women. By Catherine Thimmesh and Melissa Sweet. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2002

Forks, Phonographs, and Hot Air Balloons: A Field Guide to Inventive Thinking. By  Robert J. Weber. Published by Oxford University Press US, 1992. pg. 17

Weather and Me .  National Science Resources Center, Science & Technologies for Children. Published by Smithsonian Institution, Nationa