Caitlin Rose Sweet is too gay to function. She uses her maximalist approach to craft to explore the layered relationship between the human body, the haptic nature of clay and the history of the ceramic vessel. Sweet prioritizes moments of disorder and entangled intimacies over traditional mastery of skill. Sweet has a MFA from the Applied Craft and Design PNCA/OCAC. She presented a solo exhibit at Empirical Nonsense (NYC 2019) and is included in Queer Threads exhibit (2020 Katzan Art Center). Caitlin Rose completed a professional fellowship with the Leslie Lohman Museum in 2019. Sweet is working craft artist with her brand of High Femme Goods, rituals ceramic objects to enhances practices of self care and embodiment.