As part of the “Interwoven” exhibit at the Cahoon Museum, NBO member Elizabeth Whyte Schulze gives a talk about her work and her process.
Photo by Jeff Lewis We mark the passing of a beloved and talented teacher, artist, mentor, and so many other things to so many people. Jackie was most recently an instructor at the NBO Conference in Bowling… Read More
Take a break and enjoy this short interview with NBO member Judy Zugish about her recent exhibit at Bainbridge Island Arts & Crafts Gallery. Learn about her world travels, and how she grows and cultivates willow in her… Read More
NBO Members Barbara Osborne and Jill Heir have been juried in to the 2021 Philadelphia Museum of Art Contemporary Craft Show. The show will be on view from November 5 to 7, 2021, at the Philadelphia Museum of… Read More
This video was created by Jackie Abrams to accompany her “Precarious Shelters” series. Both the series and the video …
Congratulations to NBO member Carol Eckert on being awarded First Place at the Fiber Arts X juried exhibition at Sebastopol Center for the Arts for her piece, “Fall of Icarus”. Fiber Arts X is a biennial, juried, international… Read More
Enjoy the SDA Spring 2021 Journal Party: Looped & Knotted: Contemporary Basketry. Developed in collaboration with the National Basketry Organization and guest editor Carol Eckert, the issue features Norman Sherfield and many other NBO members.
NBO member Dorothy McGuinness announces the publication of her book, The Art of Contemporary Woven Paper Basketry: Explorations in Diagonal Twill.
New in 2021, Snow Farm is pleased to strengthen their commitment to accessibility, equity, and inclusion with scholarships designated specifically for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) artists. We believe strongly in the value of diverse of voices,… Read More
NBO member Emily Stehle is the recipient of an Emerging Artist Award grant by her local art agency, Creative Pinellas. She has been assigned a professional artist mentor who will guide her through the process of installing a… Read More