Kristin Casaletto uses printmaking and other media to address human and social concerns, often touching on racism, issues of conscience, or other difficulties encountered in her daily life in the Deep South. She regularly exhibits nationally and internationally. She’s been awarded numerous residencies (most recently at the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop in New York) and grants, and recently a purchase award selected by David Kiehl of the Whitney Museum in New York for the Delta National Small Prints show. Her art is held in many museum, university, institutional, and private collections. She holds a BFA in drawing, a BS in physics, the MA in art history, and the MFA in painting, with a minor emphasis in printmaking. She is a professor of art at Georgia Regents University in Augusta, Georgia.