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CraftNOW Philadelphia

|https://craftnowphila.org/

CraftNOW Philadelphia unites the leading institutions and artists of Philadelphia’s craft community in a celebration of the city’s rich legacy of craft, its internationally-recognized contemporary craft scene, and its important role as an incubator for arts based in wood, clay, fiber, metal and glass. Through both creating and spotlighting events during the week of the Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show, CraftNOW invites locals and visitors alike to explore Philadelphia’s innovations in the world of the handmade.

CraftNOW was founded by a consortium of individuals, galleries, museums, universities, retailers and civic organizations. Though diverse in background, CraftNOW has been united in its desire to capitalize upon Philadelphia’s outstanding craft resources and highlight the city’s continuing role in defining the future of craft. With its inaugural events of 2015, CraftNOW began its mission to showcase the city’s craft community and create opportunities for the public to engage directly with the art of craft.

November 2020

Exploration, Experimentation, Collaboration: 25 Years of the Windgate International Residency Program

November 6 @ 3:15 pm - 4:00 pm
The Center for Art in Wood, Virtual, 141 N 3rd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106 United States
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Exploration, Experimentation, Collaboration: 25 Years of the Windgate International Residency Program | Fri. November 6, 2020 | 3:15 – 4:00 PM ET | LIVE on ZOOM CraftNOW symposium 2020 Cultures of Making takes place 2:00–5:00 PM ET October 30th and November 6thTo register click here Exploration, Experimentation, Collaboration: 25 Years of the Windgate International Residency ProgramA discussion with The Center for Art in Wood’s Artistic Director, Jennifer-Navva Milliken Panelists:Max Brosi, Ireland—Artist Fellow, ITE 2017Stefano Catalani, US—Scholar Fellow, ITE 2010Vivian Chiu, US—Artist Fellow, ITE 2018Betty Scarpino, US—Artist Fellow, ITE 1999;…

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