Kara Oehler is a documentary artist, radio producer and media entrepreneur. Her Peabody award-winning radio work has aired around the world and her interactive storytelling projects have been exhibited at MoMA, SFMoMA and many other venues. She is the Co-Founder of Mapping Main Street, an upcoming podcast and traveling exhibition documenting all 10,000+ streets named Main Street in the United States; GoPop, an app for juxtaposing GIFs, photos and videos acquired by Buzzfeed in 2015; Zeega, an interactive storytelling platform; metaLAB (at) Harvard, a research center focused on network culture; and the UnionDocs Collaborative Studio, an innovative model for documentary arts education and production. She was a Film Study Center Fellow at Harvard’s Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study and a Rockefeller Fellow with United States Artists. A guy in a music store recently told Kara that the two most annoying instruments in the world are accordion and banjo. Kara plays both (poorly).