Carrie Morris’ work combines puppetry, multimedia, and experimental theater. As a director and puppet designer, her work has been seen in the NYC Fringe, the Detroit Institute of Arts, Seattle’s Annex Theater and as an artist-in-residence with the Grand Rapids Symphony. With a BFA in directing from NYU and an MFA in studio art from University of Michigan, she is a Fulbright grantee in the field of performance art for multimedia shadow puppetry in Indonesia. Her work has been supported by the Jim Henson Foundation, the Knight Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and MCACA.
Morris served as a 2016 Kresge Artist Fellowship panelist in Live Arts.