ART PAPERS 07.02 - Mar/Apr 1983 - SOLD OUT
Rick Berman interviews Paul Soldner, a maverick in pottery and clay working methods. Maude Wahlman and Ella King Torrey explore the ways black americans have manifested innovative and improvisational storytelling that record history and solidify connections to African textile methods through quilt making. John Burrison shares his views on pottery and craft art from a scholarly and observed POV in an interview with Lisa Reynolds. Ron Meyers talks about his pottery practice with. Susan Loftin. Kristin Olive discusses Renwick Gallery setting the standard for exhibiting excellence in craft arts. Stephen Finn Young examines how exposure affects Mississippi Choctaw basket crafts artists, after having been collectively hidden out of necessity and survival. Banks O. Godfrey Jr. talks about Piedmont Craftsmen, a regional craft guild. Reviews include but are not limited to: Sam Doyle, Criss Mills, Layne Goldsmith, Dan Dailey and Atlanta Chambers Players.
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