At this critical juncture, Maria Hupfield’s work is a much needed disruption, to hold institutions accountable and in doing so help them stay relevant.
Studio Views: Craft in the Expanded Field reimagines the Museum of Arts and Design’s third floor gallery space as an artist’s studio for two, both demystifying the process of fiber art making and allowing the artists to dialogue with a curious public.
The Feminist Art Project’s annual “Crossroads” conference was a day of panels and performances centering queer, female, and Indigenous experiences.
Wife and husband duo Maria Hupfield and Jason Lujan investigate the question of how to unmoor markers of identity from essentialized contexts while maintaining cultural heritage as a central part of one’s art practice.
Where are the indigenous stories, communities, and artists within “American” contemporary art?