museum of arts and design
"What a fortunate calling it is to have this lifelong affair with clay!”
Discovering unique local treasures is one of the many pleasures of travel. Brought home from overseas, handicrafts, implements, ethnic costumes can evoke memories of new cultures and happy times on vacation.
"In order to force one's way out of invisibility one has to create a reason to be seen." -Ebony G. Patterson
Resilient Chair Frame, ca. 1948-1949, Eva Zeisel, designer, Hudson Fixtures USA, manufacturer, Chrome-plated tubular steel
I met Derek Haffar at the Museum of Arts and Design during one of his Artist Studio hours last year. He was working on reconfigured, fragmented or broken castings of people. I walked in and convinced him to mask me.
Rucci Showcases his Extraordinary Creations MAD's Curator of Jewelry Ursula Ilse-Neuman with Artist Kiff Slemmons (wearing
The integration of digital technologies in the creative process has generated great excitement among the art and design world, technology circles, and everyday conversations alike.
Bringing back the aesthetic delight of early analog video pioneers, artists like the Vasulkas and Nam Jun Paik come to mind when watching episodes of ESP TV, the project of Victoria Keddie and Scott Kiernan.
Knitting's not just for grandmas.
A museum is probably the last place you'd expect to find perfume -- but one museum saw that the art of perfumery and the design of the scent could be viewed as an art form as legitimate as music, literature, sculpture and painting.