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ArtReport: Fred Ritchin Speaks About Activism in the Digital Age
ArtReport: Fred Ritchin Speaks About Activism in the Digital Age

(by Alison Sher, reprinted from ARTREPORT) Fred Ritchin has built his career on using documentary photography to promote democracy. At Asheville’s first ever photo+craft festival, he presented as the keynote speaker on the topic behind his most recent book, Bending the Frame. Ritchin shared about how digital photography, citizen journalism, social media, and smart phone […]

Thanks to All!
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!! — the photo+craft team (photo: by Vesna Pavlović)

Introducing Janelle Young.
Introducing Janelle Young.

(post by Anna Helgeson) I would like you to meet Janelle Young, one of the exhibiting artists in Authentic Constructions, a pop-up gallery taking place during photo+craft. Janelle’s work is confidently conceptual with out any hint of condescension. She approaches her practice with a genuine sense of curiosity. She is soon to complete her MFA […]

Introducing Barbara Ciurej & Lindsay Lochman
Introducing Barbara Ciurej & Lindsay Lochman

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 artists participating in the exhibition Authentic Constructions. Barbara Ciurej and Lindsay Lochman are a collaborative force with a deep and wide body of work that explores everything from […]

“…of moments where even slow motion moved too fast for the shutter of the camera…”

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 story is not about women victoriously perched on the one sunny day of the conference, nor lovers displaying love: Our story is of moments where even slow motion […]

Photorealism and Embroidery Meet
Photorealism and Embroidery Meet

                Australian artist Cayce Zavaglia embroiders in a photorealistic style to create portraits of friends and family. She credits the visual effects of oil paint as an influence, and has recently returned to paint as a medium, in order to depict the “verso” of her embroideries. http://www.caycezavaglia.com/

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