Carrie Reichardt is a self-titled craftivist, using the craft techniques of ceramic, mosaic and print to create intricate, often politicized works of art. Carrie has been involved in international community and public art projects for over 20 years.
Her recent work includes Voodoo Zulu Liberation Taxi, recently on display at Coventry Transport Museum. Other prominent public works include Dada the Trojan Horse, Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum, Disobedient Objects for the Victoria and Albert museum and Mary Bamber – a Revolutionary Woman for Museum of Liverpool. She is currently the first ever visual artist in residence for the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.