Visit Lauren Skelly Bailey this Thursday in the Artist Studios at MAD.
Lauren Skelly Bailey explores surface, form, and the layering of histories with her ceramics. She is drawn to controlling the unexpected, and her intentional decision making allows her to develop new facets of her process of creating clay conglomerations.
Interested in becoming a docent at MAD? Join us for an info session about the docent program.
Inspired by the Crochet Coral Reef: Toxic Seas and Josh Blackwell: Neveruses Report Progress exhibitions, both currently on view at the Museum, this workshop focuses on up-cycling plastic bags into something new and useful.
Artist-in-residence WonJung Choi works intricately in metal; in this iteration of MADmakes, she will lead visitors through an exercise using intricately cut paper that mirrors her own process to produce miniature objects that reflect one’s ever-changing identity.
Peter Voulkos Working offers a window into three distinct chapters of his unprecedented career. “Voulkos and Company” is a portrait of the artist at work on the final stages of a monumental cast bronze sculpture commissioned for the San Francisco Hall of Justice.
In her highly theoretical and poetic film works, Cha uses performance, speech, and text to explore interactions of language, meaning, and memory.
Discover the art and design made at MAD with the residents of the Artist Studios Program. Join outgoing artists as they discuss their work in a Pecha Kucha style presentation in the Theater at MAD.
At this full-day professional development workshop, teachers are invited to look through the curatorial lenses of two artists—Françoise Grossen, a fiber artist who rejected the loom in the 1960s to create a novel kind of weaving through knotting rope, and Lauren Kalman, a performance artist and metalsmith whose practice investigates beauty, adornment, body image, value, and consumer culture.
<p>Institute For Figuring's <em>Crochet Coral Reef</em> project, 2005–ongoing.<br />Photo courtesy of the Institute For Figuring</p>
By Margaret and Christine Wertheim and the Institute For Figuring
Tell It By Heart
Neveruses (Unnamed), 2014
plastic bags, wool, silk, paper, acrylic paint
23.5 x 23.5 x 3 inches
photo courtesy Peter Owsiany
A MAD Process Lab
The Breakthrough Years
Lauren Kalman, But if the Crime is Beautiful... (Strangers to the Garden) installation, 2016
Photo: Tom Little
Courtesy of the Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh, PA.
But if the Crime Is Beautiful…
Contact III, 1977 (detail)
Photo: Joshua White/JWPictures.com
Courtesy of the artist and Blum & Poe, Los Angeles/New York/Tokyo