Camille Hoffman (b. 1987, Chicago, IL) earned her MFA from Yale University (2015), BFA from California College of the Arts (2009), and was a recipient of the Carol Schlosberg Memorial Prize for excellence in painting from Yale University, a National Endowment for the Arts scholarship, a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship for research in Spain, and the Van Lier Fellowship from the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD). She has exhibited throughout the United States and Europe: Pieceable Kingdom at the Museum of Arts and Design, New York, NY (2018), Lincoln Center, New York, NY (2017), Times Square, New York, NY (2017), Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT (2015), Nuit Blanche arts festival, Paris, France (2015), and Espai Cultural Biblioteca Azorín, Valencia, Spain (2008), among others. Hoffman has been an artist-in-residence in numerous programs, including Wave Hill in the Bronx (2017), QueenSpace in Long Island City (2016-17), and the Museum of Arts and Design, New York (2017). She has worked for over a decade as an arts educator and community organizer in Phoenix, the San Francisco Bay Area, New Haven, Brooklyn, and Queens. Hoffman currently lives and works in New York.