Kristina Paabus (USA/EE) is a multidisciplinary visual artist with a focus in printmaking. Paabus earned her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. She also studied Fine Arts and Religious Studies at University of Massachusetts-Amherst and Printmaking at The Estonian Academy of Arts. Paabus has exhibited her work throughout the United States, Europe, and China, with recent exhibitions including Meanwhile at Hobusepea Galerii (Estonia), NEO Geo at the Akron Art Museum (OH), and the Novosibirsk Graphics Triennial (Russia). Paabus is the recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship for Installation Art in Estonia, the Grant Wood Fellowship in Printmaking at The University of Iowa, an Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence Award, and the Southern Graphics Council International Guanlan Residency Award.  Kristina has attended numerous artist residences such as ACRE (WI), Ox-Bow (MI), Women’s Studio Workshop (NY), Emmanuel College (MA), Inside Zone (Romania), Culture Factory Polymer (Estonia), SÍM (Iceland), MUHU A.I. (Estonia), Kimmel Harding Nelson (NE), Guanlan Original Printmaking Base (China), NCCA Kronstadt (Russia), and Anderson Ranch Art Center (CO). Paabus lives and works in Ohio where she is Associate Professor of Reproducible Media at Oberlin College.