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 4pm, for Collection Spotlight as we bring works outside the museum walls and into viewers’ homes.
March 10, 2021: Stacey Lee Webber
American artist, Stacey Lee Webber was born in Indianapolis Indiana in 1982. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts at Ball State University in 2005. Webber went on to graduate school at the University of Wisconsin – Madison where she was awarded a full time artist assistantship all three years of her degree program under her major professor, Lisa Gralnick. After earning a Master of Fine Arts in 2008 she went on to become an artist in residence at Lillstreet Art Center in Chicago in 2009. In 2011 Webber moved to Philadelphia to pursue her dream of being a full time artist. After four bustling years of teaching at Tyler School of Art, University of the Arts and Rowan University while working as a production jeweler for a local jewelry company in Philadelphia, she made her dream come to fruition in 2015. Webber is currently working and living on the northeast side of Philadelphia where she has made a career of making and selling artwork and jewelry.
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