Emily Culbert is a multidisciplinary artist and educator working in Chicago, IL. Her studio practice investigates the conversion of printed image to three-dimensional structure; Mining the spaces between blueprint, assembly plan, and constructed object. Her artwork has been exhibited at the Cranbrook Art Museum (Bloomfield Hills, MI), Sabine Street Studios (Houston, TX), University of Wisconsin Parkside Galleries (Kenosha, WI), Positive Space Studios (Chicago, IL), The Association for Icelandic Artists (Reykjavik, Iceland), Lillstreet Art Center’s Annex Gallery (Chicago, IL), and Skidmore College’s Schick Art Gallery (Saratoga Springs, NY). She completed her MFA in Print Media from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2018, where she was the recipient of the Walter P. Hickey Merit Scholarship and the Flint Family Merit Scholarship. Emily has worked as a teaching artist at the Evanston Art Center, Spudnik Press Printmaking Cooperative, and Lillstreet Art Center.