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BmoreArt at Baltimore Craft Week
Join BmoreArt and the American Craft Council (ACC) for a discussion of contemporary craft with three featured artists in ACC's Baltimore Craft Week. Prior to COVID-19, ACC's annual juried shows in Baltimore, Atlanta, St. Paul, and San Francisco featured thousands of professional artists working in metal, glass, wood, clay, and fibers and attracted a loyal following of more than 45,000 patrons. With Craft Week, ACC is moving their Baltimore event online, so this year we will spotlight a few of their talented artists about the shrinking divide between contemporary art and craft, the meaning of materials, and why living with artful, handmade objects is so important. Special thanks to AIGA Baltimore for Co-hosting.

Apr 15, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Jorgelina Lopez
Jorgelina Lopez is a Textile Designer from Buenos Aires, Argentina. She founded La Loupe Design after moving to Baltimore in 2016. Her current work focuses on the design and creation of handcrafted lighting and home decor objects exploring the connection between contemporary design and traditional crafts.
Tracey Beale
Tracey Beale is an artist and jewelry designer specializing in sterling, copper, gold and brass metals. Her work is spiritually driven and experimental. She’s inspired by ancient African artifacts and adornments and is particularly drawn to ancient Egyptian jewelry designs.
Nikki Stokes
Nikki Stokes is a certified crochet instructor, sensory art practitioner, nonverbal communicator, grant writer, fiber aficionado and conjuror of happy. Her art work was born from battles with depression and daily efforts to raise a son with autism. Her body of work is ever changing and includes portraits, free form and wearable art all crocheted and knitted by hand.