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
Juried by Amie Adelman, Professor of the College of Arts and Design at the University of North Texas in Denton, this online SDA International exhibition examines the use of color as a response to world-wide social distancing and… Read More
Enjoy a tour with NBO member Lissa de Sailles as she takes us through her solo exhibition at Gallery76 in Sydney, Australia.
The Gilcrease Museum is hosting an exhibition of the work by Shan Goshorn, on display through March of 2021. Here are two short films examining the life, legacy and “Weaving History in to Art”. Explore the legacy… Read More
Kristin Schwain, co-curator of “Rooted, Revived, Reinvented: Basketry in America” presents a lecture and slideshow, “Canastromania: Or How Basket Fever Transformed American Basketry from 1890 to 1940.” The event took place at the Whatcomb Museum in Bellingham, Washington,… Read More
Shown above: “Akin”, (detail), Pat Hickman and David Soo. Photo by George Potanovic, Jr. Pat Hickman gives the closing lecture for All Things Considered IX: Basketry in the 21st Century, presented by the National Basketry Organization at the… Read More
NBO is introducing a new program called NBO Presents. Please join us for the first event in a series of interviews, lectures, get-togethers and other programming open to all NBO members and the greater arts community. FIRST UP: … Read More