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Today at the Craft & Folk Art Museum, artist Carmen Papalia will lead “How To Close Your Eyes,” a non-visual walking tour where guests will experience letting go of their visual senses. The tour begins at 1pm and a workshop will follow at 2pm. Both programs are part of “Artifacts of a Life Lived by the Living (to Live). Photo by Thom Carroll.

Today at the Craft & Folk Art Museum, artist Carmen Papalia will lead “How To Close Your Eyes,” a non-visual walking tour where guests will experience letting go of their visual senses. The tour begins at 1pm and a workshop will follow at 2pm. Both programs are part of “Artifacts of a Life Lived by the Living (to Live). Photo by Thom Carroll.

Posted on Sunday, November 24th 2013

Today at the Craft & Folk Art Museum, join Chris Johanson and Executive Director Suzanne Isken for a special tour of “Artifacts of a Life Lived by the Living (to Live).” Chris will be leading the discussion in person or via Skype. Join us at 3pm for the surprise reveal. Photo of Carmen Papalia’s interactive installation by Ann Carmack.

Today at the Craft & Folk Art Museum, join Chris Johanson and Executive Director Suzanne Isken for a special tour of “Artifacts of a Life Lived by the Living (to Live).” Chris will be leading the discussion in person or via Skype. Join us at 3pm for the surprise reveal. Photo of Carmen Papalia’s interactive installation by Ann Carmack.

Posted on Sunday, November 17th 2013

Celebrate the poet in you with Brendan Constantine’s “Artifacts of a Life Lived by the Living (to Live)” special events at the Craft & Folk Art Museum. “The Art of Poetry” is this Saturday, November 16 and a writing workshop on December 15. Visit CAFAM for more information and reserve your spot at rsvp@cafam.org. 
Art by Alex Cohen and Alicia McCarthy. Photo by Anne Carmack.

Celebrate the poet in you with Brendan Constantine’s “Artifacts of a Life Lived by the Living (to Live)” special events at the Craft & Folk Art Museum. “The Art of Poetry” is this Saturday, November 16 and a writing workshop on December 15. Visit CAFAM for more information and reserve your spot at rsvp@cafam.org. 

Art by Alex Cohen and Alicia McCarthy. Photo by Anne Carmack.

Posted on Wednesday, November 13th 2013