Keith Garubba is an artist and educator living and working in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. As a creative practitioner working in print media, multimedia installations, and interactive artworks, Garubba takes a multi-faceted approach to investigating questions regarding beliefs and myths in science and art.
Garubba graduated from Keystone College in LaPlume, Pennsylvania as the Outstanding Graduate in 2010. In 2014, he earned his Masters in Fine Arts from The Ohio State University. Most recently, Keith was awarded the Arts Ovation Award by the Allentown Arts Commission and named the Emerging Artist of the Year.
He is currently a member of the faculty at the Baum School of Art, where he teaches children’s classes, comic art to high school students, and outreach programming in Allentown elementary schools, bridging science and art in 5th grade classrooms. As a proud artist member of Boxheart Gallery in Pittsburgh, the Printmakers Society of the Lehigh Valley, and other professional groups, Garubba exhibits his work regionally and nationally. From his studio and printshop, he continues to create fresh artworks regularly.