Contemporary Craft: Resistance and Protest

Join Burke Prize artists Cannupa Hanska LugerRoberto Lugo, and Jordan Nassar for an exciting panel discussion, moderated by Marianna Schaffer of Creative Capital, that highlights diverse ways in which craft can serve as a tool of protest, sociopolitical commentary, and, ultimately, change.

Presented in conjunction with The Burke Prize 2018: The Future of Craft Part 2 and MAD Collects: The Future of Craft Part 1 and in collaboration with Critical Craft Forum and the College Art Association, the panel will consider contemporary craft as a means of both resistance and protest. The Burke Prize reinforces MAD’s commitment to championing new generations of artists who advance the disciplines that shaped the American studio craft movement.











When: Wed., Feb. 13, 2019 at 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Join Burke Prize artists Cannupa Hanska LugerRoberto Lugo, and Jordan Nassar for an exciting panel discussion, moderated by Marianna Schaffer of Creative Capital, that highlights diverse ways in which craft can serve as a tool of protest, sociopolitical commentary, and, ultimately, change.

Presented in conjunction with The Burke Prize 2018: The Future of Craft Part 2 and MAD Collects: The Future of Craft Part 1 and in collaboration with Critical Craft Forum and the College Art Association, the panel will consider contemporary craft as a means of both resistance and protest. The Burke Prize reinforces MAD’s commitment to championing new generations of artists who advance the disciplines that shaped the American studio craft movement.

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