Faythe Levine (she/her) is an autodidact whose ongoing priority is to align herself with approachable and accessible projects. She has been in service to the arts as both an artist and organizer for over twenty years advocating for creativity to be used as a vehicle to build community, personal independence and empowerment. Levine has worked in both traditional and DIY spaces focusing on communicating artist process and materials to the public through market spaces, documentary film, writing, and curatorial projects.
Levine is currently the director of the Arts/Industry program at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center where she is responsible for the development and administration of the residency hosted at Kohler Co. and curating related exhibitions and projects at the Arts Center and Art Preserve in Sheboygan, WI.
"All of these things — the films, books, exhibits, fairs, art making and community building — add up to something coherent and whole. Something of Levine's ethic comes through, and it has something to do with valuing everyday moments, cultivating community, the beauty of handmade things and, perhaps most of all, living life on one's own terms."
-Mary Louise Schumacher, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel