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Skull Sessions: A Reading and Discussion Group IRL
Time to take the texts that everyone passes around online out of the virtual sphere and give them their due in real life. If you don’t have the time to critically comment on these writings as they are posted but you have something to say, please come. This group is open to anyone who would like to have a conversation about the current happenings in the contemporary art jewelry world and beyond. Voicing your ideas and actively listening are equally important, so please join us even if you would rather type responses on your laptop.
All are welcome.
Skull Session VII
How Much? is the first in a series of curatorial projects unpacking the perception of value and its relationship to craft practice. The panel and exhibition will be accompanied by an interactive online catalog which can be found at howmuch.online.
Skull Session VI
This exhibition was on view at the Pratt Manhattan Gallery and curated by Damian Skinner and Monica Gaspar.
- IN THE REALM OF “RELATIONALITY” by Andrea DiNoto
Skull Session V
- The Death of the Artist – and the Birth of the Creative Entrepreneur by William Deresiewicz
Skull Session IV
Discussed the 5 part series on criticality recently published by Art Jewelry Forum.
- The Economics of the Critical Article, Or Some Opinion Is Required Criticality n°1 by Moyra Elliott
- On Being Young, Or Criticality And 21st Century Academia Criticality n°2 by Clare Finin
- Throwing Stones In Glass Houses: On Criticism, Art History And Critical Discourse Criticality n°3 by Damian Skinner
- Yes, I Am Biased As A Critic. Criticality n°4 by Garth Clark
- In Critical Condition Criticality n°4 By Suzanne Ramlijak
Skull Session III
- Held at Pratt Institute on October 1st for an Edit-a-thon dedicated to making American jewelry more visible on Wikipedia. This event was held in conjunction with AJF.
Skull Session II
- Hot Glue and Staples by Bruce Metcalf
- The Meaning of Clay at the Whitney Biennial by Sarah Archer
Skull Session I
- Identity Crisis: An Essay about the Current State of Art Jewellery and the Future of it by Ezra Satok-Wolman
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