In 2013, Katie Macyshyn received her BFA, with a focus in performance art, from the Corcoran College of Art + Design. Macyshyn uses high camp to make the profane spiritual and vice versa. She has been included in various performance festivals including PGH PAF , Pittsburgh, PA, Transmodern Festival, Baltimore, MD, (e)merge Art Fair, Washington, DC, and has been included in gallery exhibitions at VisArts, Rockville, MD, Hillyer Arts Space, Washington, DC, and the Corcoran Gallery of Art , Washington, DC. Macyshyn currently lives and works in the DMV area. She is from Toms River, NJ.
Through workshops, creative group activities, and high camp multimedia rituals, Macyshyn’s work helps recover lost parts of the soul. Her pieces are speculative journeys that mix the sacred and profane. From a place of radical empathy, radical inclusiveness, and radical self love, the work helps overcome familial or societal guilt and shame in order to live a life of empowered self-expression and integration as simultaneously sexual, spiritual, and social beings.