Kate Kruzick

Kate Kruzick is an Assumption University Graduate, Class of 2020;  She studied Graphic Design, Marketing, and Studio Art. Kate has grown professionally by completing internships at The Hanover Theatre and Conservatory, and Reverb Digital. She currently is an independent freelance Graphic and Website Designer working alongside small businesses such as Manchester CPR Programs and Structural Graphics and also non-profits such as The National Museum of Mental Health Project and Art in the Park. Kate is an advocate for mental health awareness and is passionate about breaking down stigmas using her creative abilities.

How have you found your resilience?

Art in all forms from fine art, film, music, etc, has helped me gain both peace and stability in times of hardship. Creativity can be spread and shared through many platforms and help a wide range of others in many ways. Utilizing creativity to communicate and express emotion and spread awareness is something that I am passionate about. Working with NMMHP is an example of how I am able to use my creative skills to help others and also gain personal resiliency. 

 

Contact:

kruzickkate@gmail.com

www.katekruzick.com

 

The National Museum of Mental Health Project, Inc. is a nonprofit organization and “museum without walls” that researches and creates exhibitions that can transform society’s attitudes about, and understanding of, mental health. Through the development of online exhibits, NMMHP does what museums do best – educate, interpret, advance dialogue, and develop literacy on the topic of mental health. 

  

The Project seeks to:

  • Develop and display exhibitions by facilitating collaboration among artists, curators, mental health professionals, people with lived experience, and others who seek to share talents and knowledge.

  • Share research related to exhibits about mental health and wellness.

  • Build alliances with community, local, and national not-for-profit, for-profit, governmental, and educational entities who are similarly interested in creating positive mental health outcomes.

  • Inspire the development of a national museum of mental health.

The Project extends from a research fellowship at Assumption University.