Location: Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts Centre
A Handmade Assembly comes to an end on Saturday evening with a closing address delivered by Danielle Hogan at Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts Centre. The closing address will be a collection of thoughts inspired by what Hogan has observed over the course of the four-day festival, and may offer some insight into the role the handmade plays in contemporary culture. Karaoke will follow.
Danielle Hogan is a maker, educator, and practice-led researcher. She is currently a doctoral candidate in Interdisciplinary Studies at UNB. Danielle’s research embraces the fields of craft in contemporary art, feminist possibilities of/and feminist theory regarding craft media & their processes, the relatively recent phenomenon of Craftivism, the history of DIY & Riot Grrrl culture, and Making pedagogies (in addition to her quest for the world’s greatest latté!). Danielle is a former board member at Open Space Art Society in Victoria BC and alumnus instructor from the Vancouver Island School of Art. Recent presentations of her research have taken place in Melbourne Australia at the International Society for Education through Art’s World Congress this past July, and at Concordia University as part of National Art Education Association (’13). She earned a diploma in fine craft from the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design (’95), her BFA from Emily Carr University (’00), and her MFA from the University of Victoria (’03).