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On View 

Material Reasoning

Material Reasoning

On view

Sep

30

Jan

27

Through

Sep

30

Jan

27

When

Sep 30, 2022

Jan 27, 2023

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Current Exhibition

UPcoming Exhibition

past Exhibition

On View 

Material Reasoning

On view

Sep

30

Jan

27

Through

Sep

30

Jan

27

When

Sep 30, 2022

Jan 27, 2023

Photo credit:

Current Exhibition

UPcoming Exhibition

past Exhibition

On View 

Material Reasoning

On view

Sep

30

Jan

27

Through

Sep

30

Jan

27

When

Sep 30, 2022

Jan 27, 2023

Photo credit:

FRONT & CENTER

Front & center

Material Reasoning is a group exhibition of Center for Craft Materials-Based Research Grant recipients from 2017-2020. From woven computer displays and robot-felted sculptures to thermal printed textile structures and bone china formulations, the works on view showcase the immense potential of collaboration between craft artists and practitioners in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) and the summits of creative output that could only be reached by breaking through disciplinary boundaries.

SUPPORT

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OPENING RECEPTION

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,

Where

Bresler Family Gallery

67 Broadway St., Asheville, NC, 28801

ARTISTS

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ARTISTS

EasterN Band Cherokee Exhibiting Artists

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Meet the artists

ᏚᏍᏓᏯᎫᎾᏱ Gabriel Crow

Cherokee, NC

Faye Junaluska

Cherokee, NC

Lucille Lossiah

Ramon Lose

Cullowhee, NC

ᏯᏗ ᎺᏂ Betty Maney

Cherokee, NC

ᏗᎳᏂ Dylan Morgan

Cherokee, NC

ᎺᎵ ᏔᎻᏏᏂ Mary W. Thompson

ᏎᎳᏂ ᏔᎻᏏᏂ Sarah Thompson

Patricia Welch

Field Building

Meet the artists

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about the artists

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exhibition Images

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Material Reasoning

is

curated

by

and

Organized

by

the

Center

for

Craft.

The

Center

for

Craft

is

supported

in

part

by

the

,

a

division

of

the

Department

of

Natural

and

Cultural

Resources.

The Craft Research Fund Artist Fellowship is generously supported by the Windgate Foundation.

This

exhibition

is

supported

in

part

by

the

the

and

For a full listing of the generous funders supporting the Center for Craft and our programming visit centerforcraft.org/support

This

exhibition

is

supported

in

part

by

the

the

and

the

a

division

of

the

Department

of

Natural

and

Cultural

Resources.

For a full listing of the generous funders supporting the Center for Craft and our programming visit centerforcraft.org/support

The

Center

for

Craft’s

John

Cram

Partner

Gallery

presented

in

collaboration

with

UNC Asheville transforms lives through leadership and education. The designated liberal arts and sciences institution for the UNC System and one of the nation’s top 10 public liberal arts universities, UNC Asheville enrolls 3,600 students and offers more than 30 undergraduate majors and a Master of Liberal Arts and Sciences degree. UNC Asheville also encourages students to take part in a nationally acclaimed undergraduate research program and participate in interdisciplinary learning. From internships and hands-on projects, to study abroad and community engagement, students experience an education that extends beyond campus into the vibrant City of Asheville, the surrounding Blue Ridge Mountains and the world.

and

A liberal arts college grounded in social responsibility, where hard work and community are more than just words.

.

This

exhibition

is

supported

in

part

by

the

the

and

For a full listing of the generous funders supporting the Center for Craft and our programming visit centerforcraft.org/support

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