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American Craft Podcast is produced by the American Craft Council, a national nonprofit working to support craft artists in their practice and elevate their stories. This program and many like it are supported in part by our members. You can support future programs and the American Craft Council by becoming a member yourself. Go to craftcouncil.org/join to learn more.
 
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This is a rebroadcast of a podcast from June 10th, 2022 presented as an encore for anyone who missed it. During the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic, the in-between spaces of immigrant life were made more acute for Bukola Koiki than ever. Searching for the feeling of home during the seemingly endless isolation of that time, she found herself com…
 
This is a rebroadcast of a podcast from May 25th, 2022 presented as an encore for anyone who missed it. “I wonder where is all my relation. Friendship to all and every nation.” —David Drake Ancestry and family are profound values in Baralaye's life, but the terms also have a degree of opacity. An understanding of “one’s people” touches on broad ide…
 
Originally published in late April we want to make James' work and interview available to new listeners as well. Enjoy this encore presentation. In fashioning the object, Morel Doucet pays homage to the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse, who came from humble beginnings. Morel's piece commemorates Mr. Moïse's legacy and the fragments …
 
Sonya Clark is a multidisciplinary textile artist, Professor at Amherst College and ACC Fellow. Hosted by ACC Honorary Fellow Stuart Kestenbaum, this interview is one in a series developed by Kestenbaum and craftschools.us. You can find Sonya's work at https://sonyaclark.com/ and learn more about the artist at https://www.craftcouncil.org/magazine/…
 
Originally released in April we think it's worth inviting our new listeners to our conversation with Morel Doucet. In fashioning the object, Morel Doucet pays homage to the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse, who came from humble beginnings. Morel's piece commemorates Mr. Moïse's legacy and the fragments of his vision for the Haitian …
 
The Willys Jeep, very common in Baracoa, Cuba, is something Quintero has represented many times in his work through his sociocultural project titled Transportarte a Baracoa (transport yourself to Baracoa).When Quintero started this project, he wanted to reflect the reality that surrounds those in Cuba. The Willys has been used to carry packages and…
 
During the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic, the in-between spaces of immigrant life were made more acute for Bukola Koiki than ever. Searching for the feeling of home during the seemingly endless isolation of that time, she found herself comforted in abstracted forms and shapes of houses. The Pull was made in response to her yearning for Nigeri…
 
“I wonder where is all my relation. Friendship to all and every nation.” —David Drake Ancestry and family are profound values in Baralaye's life, but the terms also have a degree of opacity. An understanding of “one’s people” touches on broad ideas of community, history, place, and value that shape a sense of belonging and being. We ultimately belo…
 
Burn It All Away depicts an idyllic nature scene catching fire under the rays of a burning sun while an anthropomorphized gazing pool smiles in witness to this circumstance. Wet footprints step away from the pool, suggesting the departure of the reflected subject, or perhaps of the reflection itself........The pool smiles because the physical body …
 
With his object, James toiled with the notion of creating a tool that embodies sport, escapism, and self-defense; that expresses movement and stillness, a call and response between sporting leisure and creative labor. He attempts to fashion a tool that is multifunctional and dysfunctional at the same time. See James' object and read both his and th…
 
In fashioning the object, Morel Doucet pays homage to the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse, who came from humble beginnings. Morel's piece commemorates Mr. Moïse's legacy and the fragments of his vision for the Haitian people. The butterflies that grace the face of the object are symbols of transformation and hope. The stark white p…
 
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