Carrie Hawks

Part Time Faculty

Carrie Hawks (they/them) is an Emmy nominated filmmaker, designer, and artist. Their clients include Carnegie Hall, Wired Magazine, Al Jazeera America, and Cartoon Network. They create motion graphics, multimedia design, and animation. Their award-winning animated documentary black enuf* was funded in part by The Jerome Foundation, broadcast on American Public Television, and screened at over 40 events including the Ann Arbor Film Festival. Their art spans a variety of media including drawing, doll-making, and performance. They have exhibited internationally in the Brooklyn Museum, The New Museum, the Nelson-Atkins Museum, The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Cape Town, Toronto, and Tokyo. They hold a BA in Art History & Visual Arts from Barnard College and a BFA in Graphic Design from Georgia State University.