Campbell Christensen

Fulbright Scotland Summer Institute on Technology, Innovation and Creativity: University of Strathclyde and the Glasgow School of Art

Campbell Christensen was born and raised in Edmond, Oklahoma, and is currently a rising Junior at Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas. Campbell is the recipient of the Provost Scholarship and is a Murphy Scholar of Literature & Language. Campbell is majoring in Studio Art with a double emphasis in textile printmaking and film photography.

Campbell has always been passionate about creating through various mediums, taking particular interest in neglected processes. From crafting dyes sourced from natural botanicals to delving into alternative historic photographic methods like cyanotypes and anthotypes, Campbell's repertoire extends to sewing, silkscreen, linoleum, and woodblock printing.

This commitment to revitalizing forgotten art forms mirrors her dedication to supporting forgotten and marginalized communities. Campbell wants to learn more about the way empathy can become a universally connecting communicator during her immersion abroad. She is excited to be inspired by Scottish culture, stories, and the beauty of the natural world while studying in Scotland.

Campbell is equally as passionate about social justice and wants to utilize her strengths to create and facilitate interdisciplinary projects to further advocate for underrepresented groups. She is eager to bring back her knowledge from studying abroad in Scotland to her college in Arkansas.