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“Song from the Color Red”

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Collaborators’ Q&A: Poet Mackenzie Berry:  I love art that interrupts and disrupts and invites stillness. Artist Kara Page: Rather than focusing on the negative aspects of red I wanted to showcase red in a more gentle light.

Poet Mackenzie Berry is currently in the 10th cohort of the First Wave Hip Hop & Urban Arts Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and recently served as a Wisconsin Idea Fellow. She has been published in Vinyl Poetry and Prose, Hobart and Up the Staircase Quarterly. Artist Kara Page is a multi-media artist living in Minnesota.

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