Get yourself a nice cup of tea and curl up with this brilliant chapter from T’ai Smith’s book Bauhaus Weaving Theory: From Feminine Craft to Mode of Design.
The Haptics of Optics: Weaving and Photography
The Haptics of Optics: We... (posted by Anna Helgeson) Get yourself a nice cup of tea and curl up with this brilliant chapter from T’ai Smith’s book Bauhaus Weaving Theory: From Feminine
Introducing Barbara Ciure... Barbara Ciurej & Lindsay Lochman Moonlight on Balogna Bay from the series Processed Views (post by Anna Helgeson) I would like you to meet two more* photo+craft
Asheville Grit on Photo+C... (from article by Ali McGhee, published in Asheville Grit, with new photos) The inaugural photo+craft event, which takes place from March 31-April 3rd in downtown Asheville and
Thanks to All! MANY THANKS to Warren Wilson College, the Windgate Charitable Foundation, the presenters, artists, venues, +and participants, sponsors and all who attended for making photo+craft a memorable event!!
At the intersection of ph... Thanks to Namita Gupta Wiggers for highlighting this great article from the Washington Post in her blog: The Renwick is suddenly Instagram famous. But what about the
“…of moments ... For an Album by Adrienne Rich Our story isn’t a file of photographs faces laughing under green leaves or snowlit doorways, on the verge of driving away, our
Creating Change: Art and ... (by Ann Batchelder) At photo+craft, the relationship between contemporary art and society will be brought to public attention through several events. Namita Gupta Wiggers‘ Keynote presentation looks at the role
Ann Hamilton and Sally Ma... (By Ann Batchelder) Photographs and textiles provide clues to a personal as well as cultural presence. Both reference time and place; both also absorb light and memory
“Ghosts in the Mach... “Technically the pictures are compiled in Photoshop so that the figures that are falling and the backgrounds are from different places. I’d also thought about combining technology
Of Refugees and the Photo... Hot off the press! photo+craft keynote speaker Fred Ritchin’s essay examines photography of the refugee crisis (in recent “Odyssey” issue of Aperture magazine). Read it here and come to his