New ways of depicting and seeing: Fred Ritchin in BURNAWAY
New ways of depicting and seeing:  Fred Ritchin in BURNAWAY

In Asheville, at the Intersection of Photography & Craft    (An interview with Fred Ritchin in BURNAWAY – the Voice of Art in the South, by Diana C. Stoll) What is craft in the digital age? How do the visual and material arts inform each other? What happens at the intersections of photography and craft? […]

With a Little Help from Our Friends…
With a Little Help from Our Friends…

(by Ann Batchelder) photo+craft is a unique event in Asheville for many reasons. First, it began not with a premise, but with a question: What is currently happening at the intersections of photography and craft? Exploring various interpretations of this question has expanded the depth and breadth of it’s meaning. The photo+craft team initially introduced this question […]

Is Instagram Photography?
Is Instagram Photography?

  “Owning a pencil does not make one a writer, even though one does write with it. So is there a similar threshold in photography that differentiates an actual photograph, made by a camera, from another kind of image also made by a camera? Is even posing this question somewhat elitist?” —Fred Ritchin.  Ritchin will […]