Charles Coe, poet, Cultural Investment Portfolio Program officer, Massachusetts Cultural Council
Cat Mazza, artist 
Raul Gonzalez III
, artist, illustrator 
Heather White van Stolk, studio jeweler, educator
Benoît Rolland,
master bowmaker
Joyce J. Scott,
visual and performance artist, and educator
Sheila Kennedy
, director of Design and Applied Research: MATX; principal; Kennedy and Violich Architecture, Ltd.

From jewelry to graphic novels, enjoy fast-paced presentations by not-so-conventional craftspeople about how they work, think, and create. This event is the third in a series organized by the Commonwealth of Craft, a consortium of Boston-area organizations engaged with contemporary craft. A free reception follows at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts.

Boston legends Neptune will perform as the house band for the evening. Neptune’s origins trace to 1994 as a sculpture project by Boston artist/musician Jason Sanford, who forged the band’s haphazard guitars and reluctant drums from scrap steel and found objects. Eight lineups, twenty-four releases and hundreds of instruments later, the band continues to wrench its sound spatter on self-built instruments to often confounded audiences around the world.

Funded by the Daphne Farago Fund.

To order tickets by phone, call 1-800-440-6975; to order in person, visit any MFA ticket desk.
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Above: Joyce J. Scott, Adam and Eve, 1985. 2013.1721Glass beads. The Daphne Farago Collection.