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Faythe Levine

October 9, 2022


Hillsdale, NY


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Stephanie Khoury

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This interview with Faythe Levine was conducted on October 9, 2022, in Hillsdale, NY. In her oral history Faythe tells stories of her time in the DIY art scene and work as a photographer. She goes into detail about her work on documentary films and how community making has shaped her life and artistic practice. She touches specifically on the DIY scene, Zine makers, and sign painters. At the end of the interview, Faythe discusses the importance of her work at the Women’s Studio Workshop and projects she hopes to create in the future.This interview may be of interest to those who want to learn about community-based art projects in Seattle and Milwaukee, particularly DYI and Zine creators.

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Stephanie Khoury

Stephanie Khoury is an art historian based in Brooklyn, NY. Currently, she is working on the Helen Frankenthaler Catalogue Raisonné as a project associate. She is interested in using oral history to preserve artist legacy and influence across generations.

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