Paul S. Briggs is a Boston-based ceramics artist who creates clay forms that address issues of mass incarceration, community, beauty, and resilience.
Nicole Dotin is a typeface designer and partner at the Process Type Foundry, an independent type design studio in Minnesota, USA. In 2018, she launched Alphacrit, a bi-monthly, online typeface critique session via the Alphabettes, sparking the online type crit revolution.
Wuon-Gean Ho's practice encompasses printmaking, animation, and book arts, and she exhibits her prize-winning works widely in the UK and abroad.
Ben Cuevas is a multifaceted fiber artist, artistic director, graphic design, performance artist, and activist.
Tiare Ribeaux and Jody Stillwater collaborate on speculative video artwork, the creation of bio plastics, 3d scanning, VR/AR, and more.
Multimedia artist Christopher K. Ho picks up threads of 1990s identity politics and weaves them into unlikely new patterns using objects, installation, photography and sound. The Hong Kong-born artist is the Executive Director of the Asia Art Archive, a nonprofit that collects and disseminates resources related to contemporary Asian art.
Akirash creates immersive experiences that explore contemporary issues and subjective experiences relating to identity, immigration, race, religion, and gun violence.
Yuri Kobayashi is a furniture maker and sculptor based in Camden, Maine whose knowledge of traditional Japanese woodworking techniques informs her sculpture, installation, and furniture design.
Kei Ito is a is a visual artist working primarily in cameraless photography and installation art. His work addresses intergenerational loss and connections as he explores the materiality and experimental processes of photography. Ito’s work is featured in “Direct Contact: Cameraless Photography Now” at the Eskenazi Museum of Art February 16–July 9, 2023.
Thomas Madden’s work is informed by traditions of decorative metalwork, vessel making, and storytelling. Professor and section head of metalsmithing and jewelry at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, Madden creates structures that invite memory association and implore intimacy.
Saša Bogojev is a Croatian-born art writer and curator living in the Netherlands. With a focus on contemporary painting, Bogojev is committed to discovering young and underrecognized talent and finding works that span high art and vernacular art practice.