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The Fulcrum Project residency brought together active participants in the craftscape with eight residents who have been made vulnerable due to the high-risk they experience resulting from poverty and other structural forms of oppression and repression further emphasized due to the pandemic. With this project, the aim is to support residents with professional development as well as exposing residents to the multiplicity of possibilities that exist within a craft discourse. The outcome will be to give residents better tools and information on opportunities and structures to support young careers, while providing unrestricted financial support. Building upon the expertise and pool of knowledge of the presenters, the Fulcrum Project residency provides residents with diverse and valuable resources, varying from practical and foundational proffesionalization strategies - such as bio, cv writing, portfolio compiling,... -, to more advanced conceptual discussions. As a result, residents gain [or improve existing] skills with which they will be able to use or subvert as they will have gained a better understanding of possibilities to make decisions with more rounded understanding of unconventional possibilities and paths to build a practice. This format is inspired by Felipe Castelblanco’s parasitic university program, and shares an interest in using institutional resources to better a community at large.
Donations to The Fulcrum Project: https://docs.google.com/document/d/10KQh3TNYIKmooz2ZkwxM8vfLH6qq1u1RBx4Rc5t6agI/edit?usp=sharing
Further Reading/listening from/by/with matt:
This is Where We Meet
A publication from the MA in Critical Craft at Warren Wilson that matt was an assistant editor and provided a contributing essay A Queer Consideration of Dirt and the Importance of Tending (located on p.219) digitally viewable in entirety and for hard copy purchase here:
Nicholas Mirzoeff in Conversation with matt lambert
Listen here for a discussion on decolonizing national museums:
Matt Lambert in conversation with Máret Ánne Sara about nomadism, indigenous rights and colonialism
Recognizing ground: where indigenous and queer practices meet
Desire Paths @ The Center for Craft curated by Lauren Kalman and matt lambert