What could have possibly been happening in 1860 in the Wisconsin State Capitol building that would require a 34 pound, six and one half foot-long, fully functioning folding knife? WHAT? […]
Gianofer Fields is an Art Historian and Material Culture contributor and curates the Radio Chipstone series. The project is hosted by the School of Human Ecology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and funded by the Chipstone Foundation; a decorative arts foundation whose mission is preserving and interpreting their collection, as well as stimulating research and education in the decorative arts.
Radio Chipstone: Dr. Annapurna Mamidipundi, Craft Livelihood in South ...
Dr. Annapurna Mamidipundi is the founder of an NGO that supports vulnerable craft livelihoods in South India. She recently presented a lecture at the School of Human Ecology entitled Telling […]
Radio Chipstone: Ho-Chunk Finger Weaving
According to contributor gianofer fields…she could hear the laughter emanating from the workshop the moment she stepped off the elevator. The cause of the joyful noise? A Ho-Chunk Finger Weaving […]
Radio Chipstone: Intersections: Indigenous Textiles Of The Americas, P...
Radio Chipstone is a new series curated by Art Historian gianofer fields. The focus is Material Culture which… is not the study of the history of objects but the study […]
Radio Chipstone: Intersections: Indigenous Textiles of the Americas, P...
What are you wearing? No…this isn’t the start of a creepy phone call. It’s actually a question related to the segment you are about to hear. Just…Bear with me for […]
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