Talks on Craft & Creativity

The Slave Narrative of Willie Mae: A Talk by Ifé Franklin

 

Sunday, Sept 30, 2018
3–5pm 
Eliot School, 24 Eliot Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
2nd floor, Art Room

Eventbrite - The Shape of Craft: A Talk by Ezra Shales

The Eliot School presents

 

Artist/educator Ifé Franklin’s new book celebrates her powerful great-grandmother on her journey from enslavement to freedom. A reading, signing and prayer for the ancestors. 


RSVP today, limited space available. Books will be available for purchase and signing.

Please consider a donation of $5 or more to help defray the cost of this and other Eliot School events.

 

 


Past Talks

Shape of Craft : A talk with book writer Ezra Shales, March 2018 

Making Hats! Artisan's Talk
A talk with millinery instructor and Huntington Theatre costumier Denise Wallace-Spriggs
April 15, 2018

Art, Craft & Reform:
The Eliot School, Manual Arts Training and the Arts and Crafts Movement
A talk by Nonie Gadsden
October 20, 2016
February 5, 2017

Woodworking Women
A roundtable conversation with Eliot School faculty
March 31, 2016

Mitch Ryerson
Making Functional Art for Public Spaces
March 29, 2015

JP Yahn Bombers
Yarn Bombing!
Oct 5, 2014

Peter Korn
Why We Make Things and Why It Matters
Apr 13, 2014

Ventura & Norberto Fabian
Dancing Chickens: Oaxacan Woodcarving
Oct 27, 2013

Jodi Colella
Stringing Past to Present
April 25, 2013

Darren McCollester
All the Kennedys Are Dead
Dec 3, 2012

Leonore Alaniz
Slow Cloth
Sept 26, 2012

Beth Ireland
Turning Around America
Sept 6, 2012

Doug Stowe
Wisdom of the Hands:
Why We Still Need Wood Shop

July 6, 2012