# Arts in Milwaukee
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Arts in Milwaukee

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Adam Carr

Adam Carr is an independent storyteller, writer, and media producer based in Milwaukee, WI. He works in many mediums and settings, reflecting his passion for the depth and texture of his hometown. Carr is currently working with Sharp Literacy to write a children’s book for the 3rd grade level whose theme is exploring and discovering Milwaukee. He also recently collaborated on several public art projects in Milwaukee, including Listening to Mitchell with Sonja Thomsen (2014), TypeFace with Reginald Baylor (2013), and here, mothers are with Sonja Thomsen (2012).

Between 2008 and 2011, he was the producer at 88Nine RadioMilwaukee, creating nearly 1000 short-form audio pieces on a wide range of topics, from arts and culture to at-risk youth, from neighborhoods to basic needs. He currently sits on the boards of Artists Working in Education, Friends of Blue Dress Park, and the Zeidler Center for Public Discussion. Carr has also collaborated on work with a wide range of Milwaukee groups, including the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service, Reagan High School’s Radio Reagan, LISC Milwaukee, United Way, the Greater Milwaukee Committee, Healthy Neighborhood Initiative, Dominican Center for Women,  Metcalfe Park BNCP, Harbor District, Layton Boulevard West Neighbors, Arts@Large, Newaukee, Alverno College, UW-Milwaukee, Marquette University, Magnum Photography, and the Milwaukee Art Museum.