Caitlin McShea

Caitlin McShea is the Miller Omega Programs Manager at the Santa Fe Institute, and director of the InterPlanetary Festival, a new annual community event hosted by SFI, as part of the larger InterPlanetary Project. The festival presents complexity science in an interactive and participatory way, by exploring intersections of science with the visual arts, music, film, technology and gaming. She moved to Santa Fe in 2010 to earn her Masters Degree from St. Johns, and spent 6 years directing contemporary galleries on Canyon Road. She spends her time cooking and painting, and reading One Hundred Years of Solitude.