Britt Ransom

Britt Ransom (she/her) is an artist based between Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and New Orleans, Louisiana. Ransom is currently an Associate Professor of Art in Sculpture, Installation, and Site work at Carnegie Mellon University. Her practice and teaching explore conflicts within our shared climate through digital fabrication and installation processes. Her work has recently shifted into focusing on restoring the Tawawa Chimney Corner House, a national historic site for civil rights activism, and former home of her great-great grandparents who were founding members of the Niagara Movement. Ransom’s work has been recognized by the the Heinz Creative Development Award, Formlabs User Impact Award, Hopper Prize, Joan Mitchell Center Residency, Los Angeles Clean Tech Incubator, ZERO1 American Arts Incubator, and College Art Association Professional Development Award and others.