Sarah Shebaro is a multidisciplinary artist, designer, and instructor residing in Knoxville, TN. Letterpress, painting, rIsograph, screenprint, and appliqué are media she uses to create work on paper and fabric.
Her teaching and studio practice is based at Striped Light, a print studio and record label she co-founded in 2015. She has previously taught at the Pratt Institute (NYC), Manhattan Graphics Center, Southern Oregon University, Penland School of Craft, and others. Her work can be found at sshebaro.com.
“Urban Explorer” is an event hosted by KCM that will take place on Friday, September 2. This happening will present feature-length stories that have documented the skateboarding scene in Knoxville, TN over the years. Many of the film-makers will be present to discuss their motivation to be a storyteller.
This night will also wrap up a month-long online auction that will benefit KCM’s new facility fund. Artists from all over the country will be creating works on skateboards. You will be able to view and bid online through August and see them in-person on that First Friday event.
Leading up to the event, we will be featuring a weekly profile of each film maker and visual artists (all storytellers of some sort) on our social media accounts, website, and cable channels.