Drawn to Life at the Ackland in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, showcases 17th-century Dutch drawings of landscapes, portraits, preparatory studies, and biblical and historical scenes.
Jo Sandman / TRACES opens with a reception for the artist on June 3 at Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center in Asheville, North Carolina.
The Center for Craft will award six $5,000 Craft Archive Fellowships to support new research on underrepresented craft histories, culminating in a Special Issue on Hyperallergic.
Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center launches an international prize for the most innovative artists working in the spirit of BMC today.
With a total project budget of $3,000,000–$4,000,000, the college is requesting qualifications to create a commemorative space integrating art and landscape on its North Carolina campus.
In this yearlong program, three fellows will each receive $5,000 to develop and mount an exhibition at the Center for Craft in Asheville, NC. Applications are due February 14, 2022.
Warren Wilson’s low-residency MA in Critical Craft Studies produces researchers who turn the mic in a new direction.
Warren Wilson College’s low-residency MA in Critical Craft Studies produces researchers who turn the mic in a new direction.
The nonprofit organization salutes 25 years of craft through special events and a new national membership program.
In 1962, the Student Union voted to establish an art collection, which advanced the creation of a dedicated art department.
Warren Wilson Colleges low-residency MA in Critical Craft Studies produces researchers who turn the mic in a new direction. Applications are due March 1, 2021.
Each purchase of Mapping Craft: This is how we meet supports scholarships for BIPOC students enrolled in the low-residency program, which is currently accepting applications until March 1, 2021.