Blog Category: Making the Most — Craft Practice during the Dual Pandemics
Making the Most: Craft Practice during the Dual Pandemics, artists share personal insight into how they responded to the cascade of canceled or delayed programs, workshops, and exhibitions, as well as the demands of social distancing and social justice. Each account brings new understanding to the import of the studio as a space of reflection, creation, and collaboration.
Kit Paulson is currently a resident artist at the Penland School of Craft in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. She makes intricate and whimsical glassworks that embody histories of ornamentation, material culture, and natural history. SAAM is acquiring her work, Lungs.
The ceramic artist reflects on his art, studio practice, and life during this challenging period
Checking in with the artist who creates lively and unexpected sculptures from clay.
Julia Kwon’s interactive art projects facilitate solidarity and community