This Sunday, 5 Milwaukee creatives will take the stage at Secret Fabula to share their stories on the theme of “Creating”. In the previous blog, we introduced Mike Brenner; now we’ll meet two more artists. We’ll introduce the last 2 artists in the next blog!
Secret Fabula-The Pitch Project Artist Profile: Tyanna J Buie
Tyanna J Buie is a local artist and lecturer at Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design (MIAD). She is a Chicago native, whose work reflects the disarray of her youth. In 2012 she won the Mary L. Nohl Fund Fellowships for Individual Artists award, making her the first African American female to receive such an important award/recognition.
A graduate of Western Illinois University, (B.A) and the University of Wisconsin-Madison (MFA, 2010), Tyanna’s work has been exhibited in a variety of venues, including The Contemporary Invitational Print and Drawing exhibition (University of Hawaii-Hilo), the Northwestern University Dittmar Gallery ,the Milwaukee Art Museum and the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art (MMOCA). Tyanna has been a guest lecturer across the country and still participates in the occasional artist residence.
Her Still Lives exhibition can be viewed thru November 2nd at the Museum of Wisconsin Art-One Gallery located in West Bend.
Secret Fabula-The Pitch Project Artist Profile: Hayley Eichenbaum
Hayley Eichenbaum is the creator of Project Pilot, Have a Secret? So do I and Climax Drawings. A graduate of San Francisco Art Institute and MIAD, her works have been displayed at MAM After Dark and the Frederick Layton Gallery, MIAD.
Hayley has been featured in the Shepherd Express, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, and. Her artistic vision is to create situations that challenge the social and moral ideals of female identity. Hayley accomplishes this via live performance, design, solo works and engineering, all while incorporating scientific methods and viewpoints.
Full details for this members-only event are on the Ex Fabula website.
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