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James Aevermann and the Art of CHamoru Blacksmithing in Guam

James Aevermann and the Art of CHamoru Blacksmithing in Guam

June is Studio Safety Month, and CERF+ will be opening the next cycle of Get Ready Grants on June 15 to artists working in craft disciplines to conduct activities that will help safeguard their studios, protect their careers and prepare for emergencies.  This month,...
Two Artists Tackling Climate Change

Two Artists Tackling Climate Change

The news about climate change is dire and mired in politics. Earlier this month, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres stated, “We are on a fast track to climate disaster: Major cities underwater. Unprecedented heat waves. Terrifying storms. Widespread...
Seven Extraordinary People Elevating Puerto Rican Art

Seven Extraordinary People Elevating Puerto Rican Art

Puerto Rican culture is filled with remarkably creative individuals who are committed to art and enhancing its visibility for audiences around the world. Despite the challenges of the pandemic and recent, severe storms and earthquakes, many Puerto Ricans have taken...
Crafting the Future with Corey Pemberton

Crafting the Future with Corey Pemberton

Crafting the Future is a nonprofit organization with the goal of diversifying the fields of art, craft, and design. Its central mission is to create an inclusive craft culture by connecting BIPOC artists with opportunities and networks that will help them thrive....
Shining a Light on SoHarlem and Founder, Janet Rodriguez

Shining a Light on SoHarlem and Founder, Janet Rodriguez

SoHarlem is an innovative non-profit organization that focuses on rebuilding the creative arts industry in Harlem by providing opportunities to residents and artisans. Founded by Janet Rodriquez in 2011, SoHarlem strives to combat the adverse effects of gentrification...