Megan Hildebrandt is an artist, educator, cancer survivor and arts-in-health advocate. She currently lives and works in Interlochen, Michigan where she teaches Painting and Digital Media at Interlochen Fine Arts Boarding Academy. Hildebrandt has exhibited nationally and internationally, including: The Painting Center (New York, NY), The Baltimore Museum of Art (Baltimore, MD), The Museum of Contemporary Craft (Portland, OR), Arlington Arts Center (Arlington, VA), Detroit Contemporary (Detroit, MI), HEREarts Center (New York, NY), Latitude 53 (Edmonton, Canada), Johns Hopkins Medical Center (Baltimore. MA), the LIVESTRONG Foundation (Austin, TX), and the Michigan Institute of Contemporary Art (Grand Rapids, MI). Her work was also featured in issues of New American Paintings and Drawing Currents.
Hildebrandt holds an MFA in Studio Art from the University of South Florida and a BFA from the University of Michigan, Stamps School of Art & Design.