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Artists-in-Residence

The Artists-In-Residence program supports emerging and mid-career craft artists who want to develop their art in a collaborative, community-based art center. This residency encourages artists to explore new ideas and further develop their studio practice in craft.

Douglas Dale

Douglas Dale

Douglas Dale (they/them) was born in Springfield, MA in 1993. They received their BA from Grinnell College in 2015 with honors and time at Sorbonne Université in Paris, France. They have worked at MASS MoCA in North Adams, MA, textile studio Carolyn Ray’s Inc. in Yonkers, NY and product incubator FCTRY in Brooklyn. Their work has been exhibited in numerous solo and group shows, including Commonfolk Gallery, North Adams, MA; Faulkner Gallery, Grinnell, IA; YoHo Artists Mill, Yonkers, NY; The Factory, Long Island City, NY; ARTSW Gallery, White Plains, NY; North Dakota Museum of Art, Grand Forks, MT, and the World Trade Center in Manhattan. Dale identifies as non-binary and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
Sarah Knight

Sarah Knight

Sarah Knight (they/them) is a mixed-media ceramicist and recent graduate from Washington University in Saint Louis’ MFA program. Born in 1990, they were raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, and attended Mills College for their BFA (2013). Their work has been exhibited regionally and online during the pandemic, including a recent digital show with Sculptor’s Alliance (New York, NY.) Their artistic influences include geology, queer morphology and their ever-growing rock collection.