Elizabeth Quinn is Co-Director of Fieldworks Consulting. Since inception (April 2018) to today, Fieldworks as helped three organizations launch artist residency programs and facilitated several visioning and strategic planning sessions with organizations around the country. Before Fieldworks Consulting, Quinn was the Programs Director at Caldera. In 2015, Caldera received the National Arts and Humanities for Young People Award from the White House. Also in 2015, Quinn was the project manager for Fallen Fruit Portland which was a suite of five site-specific projects taking place throughout Portland in October and November 2015 which included: “Paradise” was an exhibit by the artists collaborative Fallen Fruit at the Portland Art Museum; “The Geography of We” was a youth curated exhibition at Wieden + Kennedy; “Division of Identification” installed by Fallen Fruit throughout the Parks Blocks of Portland, eight commissioned works also throughout Portland by Oregon-based artist; and Urban Fruit Trails planted around Portland. Quinn was selected for the National Guild for Community Arts Education’s 2016 Leadership Institute in 2016. Previous to her work at Caldera, Elizabeth was the Founding Editor of High Desert Journal, a publication that strives for a deeper understanding of the interior West through arts and literature. She also helped found Playa, a residency program in Summer Lake, Oregon, and was the Director of The Dalles Art Association. Having worked in a variety of areas, Elizabeth has developed in-depth knowledge of arts communities across the state and country and an understanding of the unique needs of artists from diverse backgrounds.