Heather Clark Hilliard is a multi-disciplinary artist exploring the versatile world of conceptual fiber and site- responsive installations. In addition to an artist-in-residence exhibition at 108 Contemporary in Tulsa, OK, Hilliard has had solo exhibitions at the Oklahoma State Capitol Governor’s Gallery and at Oklahoma City University’s School of Visual Arts. Her work has been in dozens of regional and national exhibitions in ten states, including Amarillo Museum of Art’s Biennial 600: Sculpture exhibition in 2015 and Focus: Fiber 2016 at Kent State University Museum. A 2014 nominee for the Joan Mitchell Painters and Sculptors Grant Program, Hilliard has received Awards of Merit for her work, studio assistant scholarships to Penland School of Crafts, a 2016 CONCEPT Focus Artist Grant for her project Ossia, and invited to be the forthcoming artist-in-residence at Lanesboro Arts in MN. Her work has been published several times in Art Focus Magazine and in Surface Design Journal in 2014. Additional work and references can be found on her website heatherclarkhilliard.com.