Carol Kajorinne is a young emerging artist born and raised in rural Thunder Bay. Since completing her Honours Bachelor of Fine Arts at Lakehead University, Carol has spent her time creating art in various forms including: assemblages, painting, steel, wearable art, and music. Currently, Carol is working on the Preserving Harold Project, a body of work funded by the OAC. For two years Carol was a member of the Craft Collective, a shared studio and gallery where she worked primarily with fibre. In 2012, Carol decided to leave the Collective and in partnership with Rachel Vandenassem opened "Satellite Studio" a shared studio and education centre. Recognizing the arts as a catalyst towards economic development, Carol is involved in the organization of events/activities that are community centred, aiming to facilitate the development of people and neighbourhoods. Currently, she is spearheading the development of a community art and green space located at the old Bank of Commerce on Victoria Avenue. Aside from visiting Satellite Studio on St. Paul St., you can find Carol and her artwork at the Thunder Bay Country Market Saturdays from 8am-1pm.