1. '783-804' creates an environment that reverses the roles of viewer and object, putting the viewer in the spotlight. The wood fired stoneware jars in '783-804' function as a series, as opposed to individual vessels. The installation allows the viewer to examine the industrial nature of craftsmanship. However, instead of industry as a means of production for the populace, '783-804' presents the efficiency of industry to the singular viewer in the context of fine art.

    '783 - 804' on exhibit October 1 - 29, 2015 at Benchspace Gallery, Center for Craft, Creativity + Design in conjunction with 'Made in WNC'.

    Daniel Johnston's Artist Talk, October 1, 2016, 6:00 pm

    Interested in learning more about The Center for Craft, Creativity & Design? Visit our website:
    craftcreativitydesign.org

    Interested in seeing more work by Daniel Johnston? Visit his website:
    danieljohnstonpottery.com

    'Made in WNC' and its affiliated programming was supported by the NC Arts Council, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources.

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  2. An artist talk held in conjunction with Libby O'Bryan's installation, "What is it Worth?", on view at CCCD September 4 - 26, 2015 and with the WNC Textile Study Group lecture series.

    Learn more about the project at:
    libbyobryan.com/what-is-it-worth
    craftcreativitydesign.org/made-in-wnc

    This event was supported by the NC Arts Council, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources.

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  3. Emblematic has its origins in a series of limited edition embroidered artworks manufactured in a Weaverville, NC embroidery factory called AB Emblem. The name Emblematic riffs on the factory name, which contains the word “emblem” and also refers to the automated processes that working within a factory has introduced to my work.

    Machinery interprets and surprises with its own internal decision-making, it makes “mistakes” in different and exciting ways, introducing a new kind of imperfection and chaos to be wrangled, fought and respected, a methodology central to Nava Lubelksi's practice as an artist.

    'Emblematic', on exhibit November 5 - 28, 2015, at Benchspace Gallery, The Center for Craft, Creativity & Design in conjunction with 'Made in WNC'.

    Nava Lubelski Artist Lecture November 18, 2015, 5:30 pm

    Interested in learning more about The Center for Craft, Creativity & Design? Visit our website:
    craftcreativitydesign.org

    Interested in seeing more of Nava Lubelski's work? Visit the artist's website:
    navalubelski.com

    'Made in WNC' and its affiliated programming was supported by the NC Arts Council, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources.

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