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ᏔᎷᏣ The Basket

Informed by ᎺᎵ ᏔᎻᏏᏂ Mary W. Thompson, consulting artist and prolific Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians basketmaker, the parklet’s design references Cherokee basketry in its materials, structure, colors, patterns, and use.

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Did you know you can rent a variety of the spaces at the Center for Craft in Asheville, NC, including our gallery, conference rooms, and more?

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Mįhą́pmąk

“Mįhą́pmąk” is a solo exhibition of 2020 Craft Research Fund Artist Fellow Cannupa Hanska Luger that includes ceramics, research ephemera, and documentation from the past two years of his ongoing research project to recover his ancestral, Mandan clay traditions.

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Material Reasoning

"Material Reasoning" is a group exhibition of Center for Craft Materials-Based Research Grant recipients from 2017-2020.

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