Amy Hoagland is a Louisville, KY born artist. She is currently attending the University of Colorado, Boulder as a candidate for her Masters of Fine Art in Sculpture. Her work focuses on the entanglement humankind has within nature, discussing how human’s technological advancements are progressing Earth’s ever evolving structure. Amy received her BFA from the University of Kentucky and was granted a 2017 National Windgate Fellowship award presented by the Center for Craft. She has completed residencies with the Marpha Foundation in Marpha, Nepal, Casa Lü in Mexico City, Firehouse Art Center in Longmont, CO, and Tallgrass Prairie Reserve in Matfield Green, Kansas. In 2020, Amy received the Nature Environment Science Technology Fellowship from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Amy has recently had several solo exhibitions: one as a visiting artist for the Kentucky College of Art and Design in 2019 as well as the Firehouse Art Center and Arbor Institute in 2021. She has exhibited internationally in Mexico City and nationally including Los Angeles, Austin, Denver, and Portland.