Jenna Knapp

Milwaukee, WI

Jenna Knapp is an artist, author, curator, and community arts organizer living and working in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Knapp graduated from Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design in 2014 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. Since graduating Knapp has received the Mary L. Nohl Fellowship for Emerging Artists, been a guest at international multidisciplinary residency programs in Amsterdam and London, and exhibited locally and nationally. She self-published her first book, “I Kept Things I Did Not Need”, in the summer of 2017. It is a collection of poetry, prose, photographs and archived material addressing the subjects of grief, loss, survival and the evolutions of healing with a bipolar diagnosis. She continues making work and hosting events relating to mental health and self-love through her current projects; The Self Care Studio and The Yellow Wallpaper Project.