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My name is Audrey Carver

I am a Minneapolis - based mural artist specializing in painting, illustration, and environmental science communication.

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A little about me

Audrey Carver's early painting career at six years old.
Audrey Carver painting a garden mural for the Tufts Pollinator Initiative

More than anything else, my art has always been a love letter to my environment: the land that I live on, the plants and animals that live there with me, my community. Art is a way for me to appreciate, understand, and explore my role in the ecosystem that we are all a part of, to illustrate the beauty and importance of interconnectedness in a world that feels increasingly fractured. It is a way for me to increase understanding and to share joy and love.  

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Audrey Carver is a multidisciplinary artist currently based in Minneapolis, MN and originally from southern California. She has been painting since she was a child, but transitioned into art/academic interdisciplinary work in high school at Idyllwild Arts Academy. She graduated summa cum laude from Tufts University in 2022, with a self-designed major in Scientific Communication. She has had both solo and group expositions in Cuenca, Ecuador,  Palm Springs, Idyllwild,  San Diego, and Boston. She has worked as an artist-in-residence in Ecuador, and science communication fellow at Scripps Institute of Oceanography at UCSD, the Climate Science Alliance, Cabrillo National Monument, and Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve. As part of her work with the Climate Science Alliance, she has created artistic environmental education resources used by NASA JPL's SciAct project team, the National Park Service, the USDA, and several Tribal Environmental Education departments. 

She has been awarded the Artist Enterprise Laboratory Grants for public works in 2015, 2016, and 2017. She was a speaker at the 2020 San Diego Climate Summit, where she addressed the importance of interdisciplinary science communication, and was the curator for the 2023 San Diego Climate Summit art show, hosted by the San Diego Natural History Museum. 

Selected Press:

In Our Backyard: KCRW Podcast hosted by Warren Olney. Audrey designed show artwork, and appears on episode 1. 

CAICE Mural Unveiled

Center for Climate Adaptation Sponsors Inaugural Climate Fellow

Audrey Carver Debuts New Artwork

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