Secret Fabula Artist Profile: Adam Carr
Storyteller, neighborhood enthusiast and radio producer Adam Carr is never one to shy away from a good story. Adam has found himself behind the mic at an Ex Fabula storyslam or two and more recently at NEWaukee’s Night Market sharing a tale of a “Lonely Thief”.
A proud product of the MPS school; system, Adam’s works include two collaborations with Pitch Project artist Sonja Thomsen: Listening to Mitchell, a collaborative public art project based on the history of Mitchell Street and here, mothers are, a site-specific collaboration with residents of the Armani Neighborhood. He is also the creator of Milwaukier Than Thou, an on-going photography project documenting the fair city that is Milwaukee
Secret Fabula Artist Profile: Sarah Gail Luther
Local artist Sarah Gail Luther once described her work as “calling attention to the many levels of control, creation, and deterioration, projected photographs and drawings” and illustrating “the ever colliding relationship between naturally occurring things and the man made world.” A recipient of the Mary L. Nohl Fund Fellowships for Individual Artists award, her portfolio includes The Amplifier, a pop-up community center in the Silver City neighborhood, a residency with MKE<->LAX.
Sarah has given lectures on public art and performance at UWM and the Chicago Art Institute, and been featured in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and Urban . Her work has been exhibited at UWM, the Transformer Gallery (Washington DC), MIAD the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design (MIAD) and the Dolphin Gallery (Kansas City)