Call for Papers – Public | Private Symposium

Call for Papers – Public | Private Symposium

This Deadline Expired: Wednesday, August 31, 2022

CraftNOW Philadelphia seeks at least four emerging craft scholars and practitioners to present during its annual symposium November 11, 2022. Please email up to 200 words and a brief CV for consideration no later than August 31, 2022 to leila.cartier@craftnowphila.org

An honorarium will be provided for each presenter. This segment of our hybrid in-person and virtual event is being sponsored by the Decorative Arts Trust.

CraftNOW’s 2022 symposium and programming will center on the theme Public | Private and explore continually evolving concepts of shared versus personal space. Public | Private offers the opportunity to think about how handmade elements and crafted objects communicate whether architectural space is shared or private, and to explore which processes and aspects of their creative identities artists choose to share with their audiences. As private space becomes increasingly public via omnipresent virtual windows into our homes and studios, we’ll also explore how these lenses have shifted dichotomies of shared and personal space for students, practitioners, educators, and consumers of craft.

The keynote speaker will be Michael Lewis, architectural critic for the Wall Street Journal and author of Philadelphia Builds: Essays on Architecture, Frank Furness: Architecture and the Violent Mind, and City of Refuge. Other presenting institutions will include Craft in America, The Center for Art in Wood, Wharton Esherick Museum, varying divisions of the Philadelphia Mummers Parade, among many others.

Learn more here.

Jorge Luis Vega
Jorge Luis Vega
I was a choreographer and modern dancer for most of my life. It is the balance between energy and stillness that I carry into my art. I reflect this discord in a gesture and painterly contemporary style. I use a variety of media to create a raw, yet, luminous painting in oil, layering pastels, glazes, pencil, charcoal, and develop painted collages of varying surfaces. I create paintings directly from a model's pose and the subtle nuances of that gesture. I paint in a realistic approach, and yet, abstraction tends to take over. I have had an extensive career teaching art to students of all levels and ages. My teaching is an integral part of my art making process.
Nancy E. F. Halbert
Nancy E. F. Halbert

I was a choreographer and modern dancer for most of my life. It is the balance between energy and stillness that I carry…

I was a choreographer and modern dancer for most of my life. It is the balance between energy and stillness that I carry into my art. I reflect this discord in a gesture and painterly contemporary style.…

I was a choreographer and modern dancer for most of my life. It is the balance between energy and stillness that I carry into my art. I reflect this discord in a gesture and painterly contemporary style. I use a variety of…

Nancy Neill is a contemporary abstract artist whose work combines painting with drawing using lines and scribble to portray the movement and energy of outdoors.  Her work can range from very colorful to monochromatic.  She paints with various mediums (acrylic, oil, oil pastel) on canvas, mylar and paper.
Nancy Neill
Nancy Neill

Nancy Neill is a contemporary abstract artist whose work combines painting with drawing using lines and scribble to portray…

Nancy Neill is a contemporary abstract artist whose work combines painting with drawing using lines and scribble to portray the movement and energy of outdoors. Her work can range from very colorful to…

Nancy Neill is a contemporary abstract artist whose work combines painting with drawing using lines and scribble to portray the movement and energy of outdoors. Her work can range from very colorful to monochromatic. She…

Caitlin McCormack is an InLiquid artist member.
Caitlin McCormack
Caitlin McCormack

Caitlin McCormack is an InLiquid artist member.…

Caitlin McCormack is an InLiquid artist member.…

Caitlin McCormack is an InLiquid artist member.…

Greg Kelly
Greg Kelly
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