Kathryn Kawecki is a Visual Artist & Theatrical Designer based out of Baltimore.

She is a multi-disciplinary artist with intrests both in the exploration of humanness and in the act of story telling. The bulk of her visual work is in printmaking, sculpture & installation. She has also worked as a fine art print technician at the LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies and at Derriere L'etoile Studios, both in NYC. While working there, she assisted on printing projects for Kiki Smith, Kara Walker, Raymond Pettibone, Robert Longo, and many others.

She designs for theatre, opera, and film across the country. Theatrical credits include designs with: A.R.T./MXAT Institute @ the former Zero Arrow Theatre, Cambridge, MA; Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company, Boulder, CO; Boston's Lyric Stage; Capital Repertory Theatre, Albany, NY; Centastage in Boston, MA; Columbia's MFA directing program, NYC; The Contemporary American Theatre Festival, Shepherdstown, WV; Hangar Theatre, Ithaca, NY; LOCAL Theatre Company, Boulder, CO; New Repertory Theatre, Watertown, MA; Sacramento Theatre Company; Stoneham Theatre; and guest designs for many educational theatre departments. Her opera credits include designs with: Boston Lyric Opera, Boston, MA; Emerald City Opera, Steamboat Springs, CO; Natchez Festival of Music, Natchez, MS. Film credits include the production design for The Audition, a short film written and directed by Jim Augustine. Assisting credits include work for Allen Moyer, Andrew Lieberman, and John Conklin at Glimmerglass Opera; Howard Jones at Goodspeed Musicals, The Little Theatre of Winston Salem and Manteo Festival Park; and Robin Vest at the Women's Ensemble Theatre.

She received a B.A. in Visual Arts cum laude from Columbia University in New York and an MFA in Scene Design from the North Carolina School of the Arts in Winston-Salem.

In 2006, she was selected for USITT's Young Designers' Forum and invited to exhibit her work at both Ming Cho Lee's Clambake at Lincoln Center and UCLA's Design Showcase West. In 2007 she received USITT's Young Designer Award for Scene Design sponsored by Rose Brand. In 2008 her proposal for X: The Life and Times of Malcolm X, a collaboration with Eric Einhorn and Candid Nichols, was recognized by Opera America as a noteworthy production.