orrine received a BFA in Crafts from Kutztown University with a focus on ceramics and textiles. In 2015 she was selected to exhibit her work and represent KU at the Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft show and has been invited to participate again in 2016 as an alumni. Her work has also been shown at the Eckhaus Gallery and in The Keystone Collegiate exhibition at the Broadway Center for the Arts and Technology.
Corrine has been the recipient of several awards and scholarships including the Pawling Award for Excellence in Crafts, the Copper Chambliss Student Academic Achievement Award 2016 in the category of original artwork, a Beirman Mentorship Scholarship, the Shelton Gorelick Scholarship Award for Penland School of Craft, as well as a scholarship for summer study at Peter's Valley School of Craft. Through funds awarded through the Beirman Mentorship Scholarship she was able to participate in internships at The Clay Studio as well as the Neighborhood Potters located in Philadelphia. She has also participated in the Craft in America Workshops at Kutztown University in 2015 and 2016 as an assistant to Jeff Oestrich.