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Hand folded origami piece

by Bonnie Tarses

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Hand carved spreader

by Sam Gathje

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Handmade clay coffee scoop

by Im-ple-ment Archive

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Contributions will go towards towards the continuation of dialogue on contemporary art, through featured artist exhibitions and video interviews.

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Aaron RoosAhmed MuazAnna BlakeAmy MinixAshante ThomasAndrew RizzoAlana WaksmanAlexis PaschalAllison ReavesBarbara MassmanBryce PeeryChris SandChristiaan BrodloClaire KruegerCora KramerDaniel Luis MartinezDaryl BosmaDon AlexanderDonal LakatuaDorothy WilkinsonDrew DanburryDanika ZivojnovichEllen KlecknerEvan SowderEvie LaneGary CarstensGervais MarshHadley FruitsJackie PallesenJaci WilkinsonJohn BrooksKen GrindeKevin WarthL Autumn GnadingerLaura CarstensLinda TienLulu LoquidisMarshall GrangerMarigoldMary CloreMicayla IrmiterMike SteinbergNonah OlesenNoelle HuserNorma Jean BosmaRobbie KingRyan ParkerSherrie DuffySusan MoremenSusanna CrumTammy BodlovicTricia Gilson
Proudly supported by Golden Yolk Griddle, Telos Tapes, Street Shrink, the Montana Film Festival and the Roxy Theater (Missoula). This project is fiscally sponsored by the New York Foundation for the Arts. Select interviews published in partnership with Ruckus. This project is made possible in part by Missoula Community Access Television, Josephine Sculpture Park, Quappi Projects, the Great Meadows Foundation, Moremen Gallery, the Columbus Area Arts Council, Columbus Museum of Art and Design, 411 Gallery, the Columbus Indiana Architectural Archives, and the Indiana Arts Commission, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. Carstens also received support from a 2022 Emerging Artist grant from the Bloomington Arts Commission.