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    The American Museum of Ceramic Art (Pomona, CA)

    Eugene Ruzi (University of Buffalo, State University of New York, NY, PhD, Anthropology Spring 2015)

    To work with the Associate Curator to conduct preliminary research for, An Archive of 10: Celebrating AMOCA’s First Decade exhibition and accompanying printed and on-line publications.

    Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (Boston, MA)

    Danielle Charlap (Bard Graduate Center, New York, NY, MA, Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture, May 2014) 

    To work with Emily Zilber, Wornick Curator of Contemporary Decorative Arts, researching, planning, and administering Objects In Flux: Exploring the Boundaries of Craft, and assist with Nature, Sculpture, Abstraction, and Clay: 100 Years of American Art Ceramics.

    Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art (Logan, UT)

    Adriane N. Dalton (Parsons The New School for Design, MA, History of Decorative Arts and Design, 2014)

    To research NEHMA’s ceramics collection and work with staff to curate two complimentary exhibitions from the permanent collection: Black Mountain College; Shaping Craft + Design and Crafting a Continuum: Rethinking Contemporary Craft.

    Victoria & Albert Museum (London, UK)

    Steffi Duarte (Victoria & Albert Museum and The Royal College of Art, MA, History of Design, Modernist & Contemporary Strand, June 2014)

    To work closely with curators on programing, writing blog updates, and processing objects for the Disobedient Objects exhibition, and work to reconfigure the exhibition for international tour.



    Study Confirms Affordable Housing and Studio Need for Artists/Creatives in Asheville; Proposes Solutions

    In 2015, The Center for Craft, in partnership with the Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce, commissioned Minneapolis-based Artspace Consulting to conduct a preliminary feasibility assessment and report as the first step towards developing affordable space solutions for artists and the creative sector in Asheville, North Carolina. Artspace Consulting recently submitted their preliminary feasibility assessment findings, which confirm the need for affordable housing and workspaces for artists and creatives.


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