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Fuller Craft Museum offers unprecedented access to its permanent collection through a monthly interview series, Collection Spotlight.
This online program features select artists from our collection in conversation with Artistic Director and Chief Curator Beth McLaughlin. Special guests will share insights about the objects, their broader creative practice, and the contemporary craft field.
Please join us on the second Wednesday of each month, live at 4:00 pm, for Collection Spotlight as we bring works outside the museum walls and into viewers’ homes.
June 9, 2021: Paul S. Briggs
Paul S. Briggs grew up in the Hudson Valley of Newburgh, NY taking his first ceramics class in 9th grade. He eventually landed at the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. Paul is an artist-teacher with balanced training in Ceramics, Sculpture, and Education. He earned an MFA from the Massachusetts College of Art, an MSED from Alfred University, and a PhD in Art Education/Educational Theory and Policy from the Pennsylvania State University. He has taught at all educational levels and in various contexts including at the Penland and Haystack Schools of Craft. Recently he was awarded a South Eastern Minnesota Arts Council Grant for the installation, Cell Persona: The Impact of Incarceration on Black Lives. Paul was an Artist in Residence at the Harvard Ceramics Program (2019-2020) and an Associate Professor of Art Education at MassArt.
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