Genevieve Tremblay is an artist/designer, educator and public scholar who currently teaches in the Design Department at Cornish College of the Arts. She is adept at catalyzing community through the design process and creates actionable collaborations with social-minded innovators who develop and apply emerging technologies to education, health, civic and social challenges. Building bridges between these interdisciplinary realms is her specialty.
Since 2002, she has received more than thirty local and national grants for school-based programs integrating art and technology in the Seattle and Bellevue School Districts. 4Culture, SAPPI: Ideas that Matter, AIGA Seattle, The National Endowment for the Arts, ATT, Microsoft, The Seattle Public Library and The Rockefeller, Benton and Ford Foundations, have also funded her work at the convergence of design, culture, education and technology. Her professional work includes award-winning design and art direction, as well as her generative work as artist and independent curator.
Genevieve received her MFA from Massachusetts College of Art in 1990 and received her BFA from Carnegie Mellon University in 1984