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Kelly Cave is a working artist born and raised in Princeton Junction, New Jersey. She received her BFA from Syracuse University with a degree in Fiber and Material Studies with Minors in Sculpture and Visual Culture. She completed her MFA at the University of Cincinnati, in the sculpture department and then served as Artist in Residence in sculpture at Northwest Missouri State University. She has attended residencies and created public artworks at Salem Art Works, Franconia Sculpture Park, the Scottish Sculpture Workshop, The Gilbertsville Expressive Movement, and participated in the 2020 Nashua International Sculpture Symposium. In the spring of 2021 she completed a major public artwork in Glenside, PA as part of the Arcadia Public Art Project. These opportunities, in combination with her teaching experience, have been a catalyst for her interest in travel and desire to connect with people. Currently, Cave is a student at Teachers College Columbia University in pursuit of a EdDCT degree in Art and Art Education.