The three-day symposium features lectures, workshops, and an exhibition that explores keynote speaker Caroline Woolard’s call for economies of solidarity within the arts.
Launched in 1962, the Micmac Indian Craftsmen collective designed notecards, tapestries, porcelain, and other objects that gained a worldwide audience.
Nordström creates compelling architectural “portraits” of the city by including the real stuff of life, like electric boxes, water damage, and rusting metalwork.
ACC provides artists, arts professionals, and scholars with support for research and cultural exchange between Asia, the US, and within Asia. Applications open November 1–30.
Morbid new findings such as a “skull cup” suggest Neolithic societies in Spain repurposed the bones of the dead to create functional objects.
This month: Henry Taylor, Barkley L. Hendricks, Carlos Villa and Leo Valledor, Cecilia Paredes, and more.
The exhibition features works by 20th-century modern artists who transformed Connecticut into a center of innovation in the arts. On view at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT.