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Related Tactics

Craft Research Fund—Artist Fellowship


Disclosure: The Whiteness of Glass

In "Disclosure: The Whiteness of Glass," Related Tactics (Michele Carlson, Weston Teruya, Nate Watson) will enact a research process to examine the whiteness of the glass field through an iterative series of creative visualizations and a collaborative social space between BIPOC artists for shared learning and building a strategic imaginary.

Related Tactics is a three person collective of transdisciplinary artists of color whose projects explore the intersection of art and culture. They are made up of Nate Watson, artist, designer, and Executive Director of the Bay Area arts non-profit, Public Glass; Michelle Carlson, artist, writer, former director of Art Practical and current Associate Professor of Printmaking at the Corcoran School of Arts & Design at George Washington University; and Weston Teruya, an artist and arts advocate specializing in cultural equity funding and policy, as well as the producer of a podcast series interviewing artists of color about their practices. Disclosure: The Whiteness of Glass brings together elements of each of the team’s expansive, multidisciplinary work as both artists and writer-researchers.

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San Francisco, CA and Washington, DC




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