Living Artifact Project 2017
Wondering what a Living Artifact is?
A Living Artifact is an object created in response to a question, prompt or person. It can be made with a core object like a box or container. Any and all kinds of art can be included in the creation. It is a journey that brings the designer through layers of contemplation.
Seventeen local women artists have each created an artifact using inspiration from a prompt: one of life's big (or small) questions. These artifacts will be traveling around the Albuquerque area throughout the month of March to invite responses from inquisitive viewers. The Living Artifact Project is a sponsored event of Women & Creativity 2017. Find a list of the venues here:
Curious about how to create a Living Artifact?
On Saturday March 4 from 10am until 1pm at Tortuga Gallery, Jill Logan will open the space for participants to explore and create their own Living Artifact. Participants of the workshop will have the opportunity to choose a prompt or person to inspire their artifact. Some materials will be provided. Participants are invited to return with their artifact at the Living Artifact reception on Wednesday March 29 at 6pm at Tortuga Gallery.
How to participate in the workshop
Step 1: Complete the registration form by clicking here:
Space is limited. Once registration is received, you will receive an email with details regarding materials provided and what to bring to the workshop.
Step 2: Pay the workshop fee of $30 via Paypal by clicking here:
OR pay by check and mail to Tortuga Gallery 901 Edith Blvd SE ABQ, NM 87102
Artists participating in the Living Artifact Project 2017:
Julie Brokken, Nova Denise, Kelly Gilbreth, Haley Greenfeather, Dale Harris, Christine Herman, Rebecca Hull, Marsha Keener, Jill Logan, vashti b moss, Chris Newbill (not shown) Ginger Quinn, Lita Sandoval, Kim Snitker, Renate Surh, Ilene Weiss, Pamela Williams
The Living Artifact Project is a sponsored event of Women & Creativity 2017. Check out other sponsored events here: