felted toadstool house by Erin Carlson

Links of Interest

Current and Upcoming Events at Contemporary Craft
Bid on the auction, take a virtual workshop, and participate in a show and tell.

Guests checking out Contemporary Craft's Silent Action
https://contemporarycraft.org/events/

Watch this inspiring conversation with fiber artist Bisa Butler.


Phenomenal Nature, Mrinalini Mukherjee at the Met

Phenomenal Nature marks the first retrospective of the artist in the United States. The exhibition brings together fifty-seven works by Mukherjee and explores the artist’s longstanding engagement with fiber, along with her significant forays into ceramic and bronze towards the middle and latter half of her career.

A committed sculptor who worked intuitively, Mukherjee explored the divide between figuration and abstraction. Nature was her primary inspiration, and she was further informed by her enthusiasm for Indian historic sculpture, modern design, and local crafts and textile traditions. Phenomenal Nature highlights the radical intervention Mukherjee made in her adaptation of crafting techniques with a modernist formalism.”
https://www.metmuseum.org/exhibitions/listings/2019/mrinalini-mukherjee-phenomenal-nature


How embroidery became a political power player

Great article by Marianna Giusti with lots of eye candy and interesting links to follow. Discover new ideas and new artists!
https://howtospendit.ft.com/art-philanthropy/208464-how-embroidery-became-a-political-power-player