Moving Beyond a Modern Craft: Thoughts on White Entitlement and Cultural Appropriation in Professional Craft in Canada

JULIE HOLLENBACH
Julie wrestles with craft’s cultural blind spots—aspiring for craft beyond modernism, and making beyond appropriation.
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At the Border

MARY CALLAHAN BAUMSTARK
A follow up to her article ‘Why I’m done defining Craft’, Mary gives some examples of change-making makers.
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Knowing about Sandra and her career was instrumental in how I approached my own career. . . , following her path to Concordia for my MA, where she had already done the ground-breaking work of being the first person in Canada to do a PhD in Craft History.
— NICOLE BURISCH
 
 
. . . the anniversaries of Ruskin and the radical institution envisioned by architect Walter Gropius are worth remembering because chronicling always has the potential to change the standing of things and their memory.
— MICHAEL PROKOPOW
 
 

 

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