Adrienne Lauby

Adrienne Lauby is a grass roots community activist and co-founder of “Pushing Limits”, the disability rights program on KPFA radio (94.1). 

Nominator: “Adrienne is able to blend in disability, race, class and gender when presenting programming about complex issues involving disability. She sees the need to connect disability and homelessness in a concrete way when working on behalf of homeless people.” 

Website: https://kpfa.org/program/pushing-limits/

A small pencil drawing of a figure on paper with relief printed chunky misaligned woodblock letters. At the top the word: “Adrienne” and at the bottom: “KPFA fm”
Adrienne Lauby by Felicia Griffin, letterpress print, pencil drawing, 16 x 20 inches, 2019

IMAGE: A small pencil drawing of a figure on paper with relief printed chunky misaligned woodblock letters. At the top the word: “Adrienne” and at the bottom: “KPFA fm”

Felicia Griffin began creating at NIAD at age 22 in 1985. Proficient and prolific in numerous art mediums — from printmaking to painting to sculpture — her work uses an economy of materials, while featuring a rhythm and vibrancy all her own.