Christine Rojek specializes in interactive, often kinetic, public sculpture. Her site-responsive installations have become destination pieces in over 20 locations throughout the United States. Her affinity for creating large, complex works of art has led to collaborations with distinguished architects, specialty fabricators and engineers. She has created signature projects for national developers, universities and municipalities, including the Tulsa Parking Authority, Tulsa, OK, “Century Walk”, Naperville, IL, EdVenture Children’s Museum, Columbia, SC, and Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, IL. Christine Rojek has been awarded seven Grants from the Illinois Arts Council, a DCASE grant from the City of Chicago, a National Endowment for the Arts Grant, an AT&T Technology in Arts Grant, and seven Professional Development Grants from Columbia College Chicago, where she served as adjunct faculty for over twenty years. Rojek earned a BFA from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and continued her studies at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts at Fontainebleau, France, where her focus was performance and interdisciplinary art. As a founding member of Chicago Sculpture International (an affiliate of the International Sculpture Center, NYC), Artemisia Gallery (the first female-run cooperative in the Midwest), and co-owner of, she actively promotes the creative community and the advancement of public sculpture. Christine Rojek’s home and studio are located in the hill country surrounding Austin, Texas.