Melissa Hilliard Potter

Raised among multiple generations of crafters, artists and feminists, Potter’s interdisciplinary practice considers women’s handicraft and social customs as a distinct language and history. Through socially engaged practice, she explores marginalized, and in some cases, endangered craft forms as contemporary media with social, political and artistic potential. This lecture will focus on her long-term engagement in papermaking, as well as other materials and methods to build new narratives.

 

http://www.melpotter.com/
This lecture is sponsored by the Fiber Department.

This lecture is FREE.
Free with museum admission.


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