Ervin is an artist, arts educator, and arts advocate. Accepting her BFA in painting and drawing from East Carolina University in 2014, her portfolio encompasses a number of interdisciplinary projects that focused on site-specific installation, social action, and collaboration. Recognizing the dire need for arts education and integration in all sectors of rural, Southern America, she co-founding TOSS art studio in Morganton, NC, with the goal of harnessing the power of creativity as a means for health and well being in the South. Currently she has accepted a fellowship through the Brehm Center at Fuller Seminary studying the integration the theology and the arts while continuing her work of creative place-making in the South. She is currently engaged in an ongoing series titled the Treasure(ish) Hunt: site-specific, participatory, art making, scavenger hunting events. In her free time, she enjoys running, biking, and jumping on trampolines. To learn more, visit her website here.