CERF+ is pleased to announced the addition of John Haworth and Jules Polk to its Board of Directors as of November 2014.
In this third data snapshot from CERF+’s national research about the status of U.S. craft artists, we examine a highly-charged subject that comes down to one word: Craft. Do you identify with… Read More »
In this second data snapshot from CERF+’s new national research, we focus on American craft artists and education. Craft artists are some of the most highly educated Americans and they’ve… Read More »
Thanks to a generous grant from Corning Incorporated Foundation, CERF+ has just released a new series of short videos drawn from interviews conducted over the past few years with disaster-affected artists, including: glass artists Kevin and Mary Ellen Buxton-Kutch, Alison Ruzsa, and… Read More »
Building on the success of a 2012-13 pilot program with four art schools, CERF+ held a second training session on its new career protection curriculum at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts in Nashville, Tennessee, on October 12-13, 2013. Nine invited faculty and career services staff, representing the professional… Read More »
Over the weekend the "HANDBUILT for CERF+" conference raised $10,000 for CERF+'s programs and services. Held at the Montgomery County Community College and organized by Sandi Pierantozzi and Neil Patterson, this 3 day gathering featured handbuiling demonstrations from a number of acclaimed artists, including Lana… Read More »