Visit Rachel Farmer this Sunday in the Artist Studios at MAD.
Rachel Farmer is a ceramic artist who was raised in Utah. Her work explores her Mormon pioneer ancestry, as well as larger mythologies of the western United States, hidden LGBT and women’s histories, and our contemporary relationship to the western landscape. Farmer is...
Exploring both the history and contemporary uses of screen printing, the Museum of Arts and Design creates its very own custom screen printing studio, The Print Shop. Staged within the 6th floor Open Studios, The Print Shop assembles historic items with contemporary works to showcase the legacy of this unique technique across the art and design spectrum.
The artist manipulating the tops of rods shaped like cattails, using individual fingers to move specific rods, to create a complex sound
Photo by and courtesy of Beverly H. Twitchell
Harry Bertoia’s Environment for Sound
Forged sterling silver
4 × 4 × 1/8 in. (10.2 × 10.2 × 0.3 cm)
Courtesy of Leah Gordon Antiques
Photograph by Richard Goodbody
The Jewelry of Harry Bertoia