THE
FUHAHA

STORY

"Hi, I'm Caitlin. Founder of FUHAHA and fellow St.louis artist. Communicating with others through art is my favorite thing! I taught K-12 art in public schools for 10 years. In that time I organized numerous art and education events, tutored students in all subjects, mentored at-risk youth, actively participated in the Missouri Art Education Association, and led professional development teams within my school districts. I chose to leave the profession to find a way to connect with other artists, show them we are not alone, and share how art and the creative process can do more than offer beautiful images. Art is therapeutic; it can be scientific, academic, raw, simple - art can teach us how to be better listeners, problem solvers… I really believe art can do so many things to help us as humans!"

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We aren't just a bunch of assholes. 
CAITLIN McCALL

ST. LOUIS BASED

COMMUNITY-CENTERED

ARTIST & ACTIVIST

FUHAHA is meant to start conversations about difficult things. It is meant to make the viewer re-think a situation, or laugh about a tough situation. FUHAHA art invites the viewer to participate in the artwork. We want people who never felt included in the art world to be included in a safe space that allows them to visually tell their story or viewpoint. 

 

Art is more than pretty pictures on a wall, it is a process that has the power to connect people from different cultures, backgrounds, and experiences. Welcome to the FUHAHA connected experience.

SOCIAL JUSTICE

FUHAHA is here to highlight social injustices with action and love. Our goal is to connect all humans through a shared creative experience.

TRASH IS OUR FRIEND

FUHAHA is here to

transform the shitty human experience with art + everyday found materials.

A COMMUNITY OF WEIRDOS

FUHAHA is an art community that starts conversations about difficult things. We help the viewer re-think or laugh about a tough situation.

CAITLIN McCALL
EXBITIONS

GALLERY PIECES 

2020

Soulard Art Gallery

Trash to Art Juried Exhibit

2019

Jacoby Arts Center

Women Speak Juried Exhibit

 

September 2019

Solo Exhibit at Gallery Zeke

ANTI-SOCIAL MEDIA
 

August 2019

Art Saint Louis Gallery

SP2018 mixed media and Prison/School cardboard sculpture | Honorable Mention

November 2018

MSU Student Exhibition Center

Tell Me What You Really Think

August 2018

Gallery Zeke
Art Squared 

September 2018

Gallery Zeke
Sunflowers

November 2018

Gallery Zeke

Explosion of Cool Content

November 2016

Gallery Zeke

Whatever's Left

October 2014

FAB Gallery
Art Education Alumni Exhibit

March 2008

Gallery 210
Student art exhibit

 

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AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS

2021, Golden Apple Award, Student-Nominated

2019, STARCO Artist Residency

2019, Honorable Mention, American Conversations

2018, Winner and Best of Show, Gasconade Valley

Conference

2018, Exemplary School - Viburnum Elementary, Missouri Professional Learning Conference

 

AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS
AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS
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FINE ART  PORTFOLIO
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THE TRAP

Commentary on the use of social media. Displayed in Gallery Zeke, where viewers were encouraged to post their own comments, likes, and images onto the gallery wall. 

 

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Prison School

2019

13" x 20" x 5"
Cardboard, sharpie, toothpicks, and other media

 

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MARRIAGE

2017

30” x 40”

Acrylic painting on canvas