Studio Magazine Vol. 18 No. 2
FOCAL POINT MARIE KHOURI
Nehal El-Hadi writes about how the architect and artist’s dynamic sculptures interrupt space, inviting viewers to connect with each other.
Artwork from Wabanaki Modern, with commentary from the exhibition’s curator, Emma Hassencahl-Perley.
Curator and writer Sarah Edo interviews Kosisochukwu Nnebe on ancestral knowledge and Black life.
Writer Virginia Solan follows the threads of Carl Stewart’s art made from discard.
PROVOCATION ARTS FUNDING IN CANADA
Scholar and artist Marisol D’Andrea writes about her research on the grants system in Canada.
POWER IN THE MAKING
Craft historian, academic and author Michael Prokopow examines the power of the handmade.
EACH POT TELLS A STORY
Writer Matthew Ryan Smith writes about the revival of Mohawk pottery through the story of Santhony Pottery, on Six Nations of the Grand River.
Excerpts from Erika DeFreitas’ artist book, It is now here that I have gathered and measured yes.
Jean-Sébastien Gauthier (Saskatoon, Sask.)
Stina Baudin (Montréal, Que.)
Cathie Harper (Yellowknife, N.W.T.)
INQUIRIES ZIMRA BEINER
The ceramics professor talks about his approach to teaching and making, and balancing it all while parenting.