1. Interview with artist Brice Garrett of Brooklyn, NY on his installation, "Workshop," at CCCD's 20th Anniversary Celebration on August 11, 2016. Video by Nadia Marti, Warren Wilson College B.A. 2016. For more information, visit: cccdnow.org/20years

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  2. Interview with artists Jay Fox and Ellie Richards of Penland, NC on their installation,"Printed Exchange," at CCCD's 20th Anniversary Celebration on August 11, 2016. Video by Nadia Marti, Warren Wilson College B.A. 2016. For more information, visit: cccdnow.org/20years

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  3. Back to the Drawing Board, is a series of 24-hour take-overs of Benchspace, CCCD’s gallery & workshop, intended to provoke conversation, expose process, and invite participation.

    For details, visit: craftcreativitydesign.org/2015-back-to-the-drawing-board/

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  4. Back to the Drawing Board, is a series of 24-hour take-overs of Benchspace, CCCD’s gallery & workshop, intended to provoke conversation, expose process, and invite participation.

    For the third event in the series, 'Blue Mountain', visitors were invited to help recreate a mountain landscape in the gallery by cutting out wood block prints, squirting dyes onto the top of a metal mountain structure, and adhering a line of cigarettes, mimicking the Blue Ridge Parkway, to the gallery floor. This participatory, site-specific installation was inspired by the Blue Ridge Mountains and their role in Western North Carolina’s historically important and detrimental industries: tobacco, timber and textiles.

    For details and a list of upcoming events, visit: craftcreativitydesign.org/2015-back-to-the-drawing-board/

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  5. Back to the Drawing Board, is a series of 24-hour take-overs of Benchspace, CCCD’s gallery & workshop, intended to provoke conversation, expose process, and invite participation.

    For the second event in the series, Oakland, CA-based artist David Wilson worked with visitors to transcribe lyrics and simple chord progressions so that songs were easily playable and others could join in the singing. A recording of each contributor playing their selection was made to accompany the song book so that new songs can be learned and old favorites can be appreciated. The next day, participants followed maps created by Wilson to a remote location where a group sing-a-long was held. The ultimate goal of this project is for the song book to act as a tool to enable group singing, which proves to be one of the highest forms of community engagement and communing.

    Join us for our next event, Blue Mountain with Mark Reigelman on Friday and Saturday May 29-30! Learn more at: craftcreativitydesign.org/blue-mountain/

    For details and a list of upcoming events, visit: craftcreativitydesign.org/2015-back-to-the-drawing-board/

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