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Announcing the 2024 Teaching Artist Cohort

Announcing the 2024 Teaching Artist Cohort

The Center for Craft has recently awarded a cohort of 20 mid-career craft artists who teach a one-time, unrestricted grant of $10,000 each.

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2024 Craft Research Fund Recipients

This year, the Craft Research Fund Awards $70,000 to 9 scholars, artist-researchers, organizations, and institutions in support of research-driven craft publications, exhibitions, and projects in the U.S.

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2024 Windgate-Lamar Fellowship

Each year the Windgate-Lamar Fellowship identifies ten graduating students with exemplary skill in craft.

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RIPSTOP

The Center for Craft is thrilled to announce the opening of Max Adrian: RIPSTOP. Adrian (he/they) will bring the playful, experiential, and provocative solo exhibition of textiles and inflatable sculptures to the Bresler Family Gallery beginning July 26, 2024.

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Hammer and Hope

“Hammer and Hope” features two contemporary furniture makers – Robell Awake and Charlie Ryland – whose work engages with the contributions of a family of skilled Black craftspeople of the antebellum South who have been largely erased from the historical archive. Through contemporary chair-making, they imagine a counter-narrative that centers and celebrates the contributions of Black makers in the past and present.

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Preservers, Innovators, and Rescuers of Culture in Chiapas

“Preservers, Innovators, and Rescuers of Culture in Chiapas” (November 17, 2023 - July 13, 2024) features textiles by acclaimed Indigenous artisanas (artists) from Chiapas, Mexico commissioned by 2022 Craft Research Fund Artist Fellow, Aram Han Sifuentes.

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Susana Maria Gómez Gonzalez, Maria Gonzalez Guillén, and Anastacia Juana Gómez Gonzalez with their artworks in Zinacantán in Chiapas, México.

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