Scenic Design, Carnegie Mellon University, she/her
Jennifer Gould is a concept artist and scenic designer from Greenville, South Carolina. She recently graduated with an MFA in scenic design from Carnegie Mellon University and has a BA in Theatre and Art Studio from the University of Kentucky. Her recent credits include Godspell directed by Tomé Cousin (Carnegie Mellon University), La Finta Giardiniera directed by Nic Cory (Carnegie Mellon University), assistant scenic design for Murder on the Orient Express designed by Bryce Cutler (Pittsburgh Public Theatre), and assistant scenic design for Semele designed by Carey Xu (Pittsburgh Opera). She has won the George Kimberly Award for Scenic Design (2023), placed 2nd in the SETC Undergraduate Scenic Design Competition (2019), and is part of a group that currently has work being exhibited at the Prague Quadrennial.