Madeline Crowley

Combining visual work and writing, Crowley’s work focuses on individual stories as inspiration for community engagement. She uses photography, writing, interviews (oral histories) as a subtle means to educate and transform preconceptions. Her training as a professional writer with her degrees in fine art and art history inform her artwork and her academic work. 

Projects include:  People of the Central Area oral history and photography; Racial Equity oral history at; Rhythm in Color – Jazz oral history and photography at the Seattle Public Library. Grants/awards include: Takt Kunstprojektraum Berlin; Jack Straw Studios,, Office of Arts & Culture & Awesome Foundation Seattle. She’s shown at; Museum of Northwest Art Washington, Takt Kunstprojektraum Berlin; the Gage Academy; Wallingford Chamber of Commerce and Hampshire College, Massachusetts.


At Last | collage, paper, ink