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Carr, Kerr & Co.

City:Manhattan
Phone:773.936.6455
Email:[email protected]
Website:Instagram

About

Carr, Kerr & Co. projects embody a love for what is possible in small towns. Taylor Carr is a MHK creative and life-long Kansan. Chances are you have a sticker she designed on your water bottle! Jess Kerr is MHK transplant with midwestern roots. Part community organizer, part mural mom- while she cannot convince Taylor to enjoy running, she created a mutually agreeable spreadsheet situation for the duo.

Carr and Kerr are drawn to public art through their dedication to community building and creative place making. The two started painting murals during the Covid-19 pandemic. What started with a simple text to a friend initiating a driveway wth!?*#? happy hour, turned into a return to place, kinship, and most importantly, the pursuit of “dumb things”!

Community Activity Information
  • Community engaged placemaking
  • Public communication and awareness creation
  • Community creates days, art for all
  • Local organization building
Educational Activity Information
  • Art process education
  • Community storytelling
Program Fee

We work with community to partners to create vibrant, lasting murals to build space and place. We use a dollar per square foot pricing structure, however find that in-kind donations of lodging, lift, and supplies can help get “paint on the wall”

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