Jennifer Woodin

Jennifer Woodin is an artist, educator, meditation mentor and bee-enthusiast, aspiring to awaken kindness and wisdom within society. Her creative process weaves together the craft of compassion, transformative social practices, ceramic object making, relationship building and contemplative technologies. In 2016 she co-founded the Hudson Valley Bee Habitat(HVBH), pollinating public engagement with bees and the environment, helping both humans and other than human species to thrive. Woodin is currently living in Vancouver, where she shares her love for art, pollinators, and seeds of engagement. She is a board member with the Native Bee Society of British Columbia and teaches at Emily Carr University of Art and Design.
Her work has been exhibited widely throughout the U.S., Denmark, Canada, Sweden, Taiwan, Norway and other locations. Woodin develops much of her art at residencies including the European Ceramic Work Center (EKWC) in Oisterwijk, Netherlands, the National Workshops of Art and Crafts in Copenhagen, Denmark, the Archie Bray Foundation, and Haystack School of Crafts. She has taught with NOMAD9 at Hartford University, State University NY at New Paltz, and the University of Oregon. Jennifer joined the NWCF Board in 2023.