Cara Levine lives in Los Angeles, CA. Levine is an artist exploring the intersections of the physical, metaphysical, traumatic and illusionary through sculpture, video and socially engaged practice. She is currently a senior lecturer in sculpture at Otis College and an instructor at ECF, Exceptional Children’s Foundation in Inglewood CA, working with adults with developmental disabilities. She has worked in the disability arts community since 2011 with various progressive art studios on the West Coast, including as an instructor at Creative Growth from 2013-2015 and co-organizing the first annual Self-Taught Artist's Fair with Public Annex in Portland OR in 2017. She received her MFA in sculpture from California College of the Arts (CCA) in 2012. Levine has taught sculpture at California College of the Arts, University of California at Berkeley and Lewis and Clark College in Portland OR. She has shown work in various places including the Wattis Center for Contemporary Art in San Francisco, YoungArts Miami Art Basel and The Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv. She has been a recent artist in residence at The Arctic Circle Residency, Santa Fe Art Institute for Equal Justice, Sim Residency in Iceland and Anderson Ranch in Colorado CO.