All Work Is Studio Work: 2019 Material Topics Symposium
In the 31st episode of Perceived Value host Sarah Rachel Brown gives listeners insight to her recent presentation All Work Is Studio Work during the 2019 ECU Material Topics Symposium.
During the breakout session, Sarah and attendees discussed the importance of cultivating the next generation of writers, documentarians, and facilitators from all perspectives within the field of jewelry and metals. Sarah challenged attendees to think beyond the bench; just as important as the makers are the curators, editors, organizers, and educators. Each breakout session brainstormed topics within our field that those in attendance felt are not being adequately addressed, which included the lack of focus on business practices within academic programs and diversity within our field.
The sessions concluded with a series of short interviews between Sarah and artists who volunteered to be interviewed in front of the group. The intention behind these recordings were to demonstrate how to conduct an interview and to capture some of the energy and valuable discussions in the room that day.
HUGE thank you to all who attended the break out sessions, contributed to the discussions, and especially to the team behind the symposium for bringing Sarah and the Perceived Value Podcast to the 2019 State Of Adornment Material Topics Symposium!
The interviews are in the order in which they were recorded.
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Carrie from Old Dominion University
Brian from Old Dominion University
Adwowa A. Obeng