About Catherine
Catherine Wakim was raised in São Paulo, Porto, Fortaleza, and Vermont. Studied at Concordia University - BFA in Design 2010 During the last two years she has been making things in the areas of communication, design, art installations and visual research in Montréal, New York City, Barcelona and Toronto. Catherine spent summer/fall 2011 interning at Bruce Mau Design. She’s currently residing in Vermont. Past contributions include ::: The Future Laboratory, Carolina Herrera, World Policy Journal (MIT Press), David Byrne: Bicycle Diaries, MDC Partners. A current contributor on a series of Art and Design volumes on Experimental Aesthetics, a project led by Dr. Howard Moskowitz.
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Current city: Burlington
Catherine Wakim was raised in São Paulo, Porto, Fortaleza, and Vermont. Studied at Concordia University - BFA in Design 2010 During the last two years she has been making things in the areas of communication, design, art installations and visual research in Montréal, New York City, Barcelona and Toronto. Catherine spent summer/fall 2011 interning at Bruce Mau Design. She’s currently residing in Vermont. Past contributions include ::: The Future Laboratory, Carolina Herrera, World Policy Journal (MIT Press), David Byrne: Bicycle Diaries, MDC Partners. A current contributor on a series of Art and Design volumes on Experimental Aesthetics, a project led by Dr. Howard Moskowitz.
 
Famous for their flatbread fridays, August First is a friendly restaurant/bakery serving fresh bread and new dishes everyday.
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Montreal-style bagels are baked here everyday. It's my weekly pitstop!
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I'm here every week to check out the latest ephemera, hard cover books and vinyl. They often have concerts in the back of the building. It's always a party in here.
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Vintage and Antique shop located downtown. I find hidden gems here every week! I work here a couple times a week.
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Ribbecke's atelier is one of Vermont's precious art spaces. Stained Glass is designed and made with care and love. I often walk by there to peek at his latest designs.
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