Written by Debbie Dunham
A one-word description of me could be RED. I love red. I’ve always believed I should have been born with red hair. The major accent color in my wardrobe is red and years ago my kitchen was red.
When I furnished my red kitchen almost thirty years ago, my favorite…
The red bowl as marker of base and identity. Debbie Dunham on her bowl. @craftmuseum #objectfocusbowl
A bowl by potter Lilly Zuckerman that was borrowed by Geoff Dorn as part of Circulate, a lending library project organized by Ayumi Horie.
From Geoff Dorn: “Museum of Contemporary Craft, ‘Circulation Desk,’ aka check out an artist-made bowl as you would a library book circa 1975 with…
Circulate Library is in use all around Portland!!! Loving the feedback loop of this project. @craftmuseum #objectfocusbowl
Sarah Hart, participant in Portland Selects, is all about the craft of chocolatey confections. Read about her business, Alma Chocolate, and visit MoCC to visit her bowl, on view in Object Focus: The Bowl, Engage + Use.
Sara Hart’s bowl and craft in PDX. Studio Riley blog repost.
We begin our press preview of Object Focus: The Bowl, Engage and Use, and Soundforge.
Don’t be too jealous— the exhibitions open to the public tomorrow morning at 11am, and don’t forget about the curatorial walkthrough, Friday May 17, 11am.
Object Focus: The Bowl, Engage + Use now open!
I believe in art’s social presence—as breaker of official silences, as voice for those whose voices are disregarded, and as a human birthright. … I don’t think we can separate art from overall human dignity and hope.
Soundforge performance last night at Museum of Contemporary Craft. Gabriel Craig and Michael Remson
Written by Romy Northover
I set up my studio ‘No.’ at the Japanese run Togei Kyoshitsu in Manhattan. I feel connected to the earth at the basest level in the busiest city I’ve ever lived in. I recently joined with my good friend from Togei, Shino Takeda, to form KATAKANA NY - A side…