Next Meeting

When: Thursday, November 11, 2021
7:20pm on Zoom

Special Guest: Rachel Farmer

Rachel Farmer

We are delighted to have the multi-talented Rachel Farmer present for us! Rachel will talk about the project she worked on during her fellowship at Greenwich House Pottery, which continued a body of work she has been making that features miniature sculptures of pioneer women in action in diorama-like scenes that question the dominant narratives of the American West. Join us for HRP's next Zoom meeting Thursday, November 11th. The meeting will open at 7:20 and the demo will start at 7:30.

Rachel Farmer is an artist who uses ceramics and quilts to re-examine histories that get passed down through families, institutions, and pop culture—such as the mythology of the American West, and the artist’s own Mormon pioneer ancestry—with a queer, feminist bent.

Farmer has an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a BFA from Brigham Young University. She has had a number of exhibitions, including at: Granary Arts (Ephraim, UT; 2018), Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art (New York, NY; 2017), and A.I.R. Gallery (Brooklyn, NY; 2013). Farmer has been an artist in residence at Greenwich House, Brush Creek Arts and the Museum of Arts and Design.

See her work here:
https://rachelfarmer.com/
https://www.instagram.com/rachelleefarmer/

Members:

All members will receive a Zoom link the day before the meeting.

Non-Members:

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Upcoming meetings:
Thursday, December 16th: Mark Bell https://www.markbellpottery.com/
January (date to be confirmed): Dr. William Carty https://ceramics.org/person/william-m-carty