The Museum for Art in Wood launched a series of conversations with queer woodworkers. Haniel Wides, a student at the North Bennet Street School, will lead the next edition of the roundtable discussion with leading queer woodworkers and artists in wood, sharing the ways their lived experience impacts their craft, process, and aesthetic. Join us for this enlightening and fun afternoon.
Haniel Wides is a non-binary artist and fabricator from Baltimore, MD, who is currently enrolled in the Cabinetry and Furniture Making program at North Bennet Street School. They strive to approach woodcraft with a socially and historically conscious lens to fuse the aesthetics and philosophies of their own cultures with techniques of pre-industrial furniture making.
This event is free to the public. The Museum for Art in Wood interprets, nurtures, and champions creative engagement and expansion of art, craft, and design in wood to enhance the public’s understanding and appreciation of it. A suggested donation of $5 per person enables us to provide programs and exhibitions throughout the year.
Questions? Please contact Katie Sorenson, Director of Outreach and Communications, at [email protected].