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"IMAGINE Peace Now" Exhibition A show takes aim at gun violence - American Craft Council

The months after the Sandy Hook massacre in 2012 were dark days for gun-safety advocates. Congress couldn’t pass even a modest gun-safety law, despite the wholesale slaughter of first-graders and their teachers by a shooter wielding an AR-15. An air of resignation – indeed, almost a pall of despair – settled over advocates; if this couldn’t change public and political opinion, what could?

Guns into art: I.M.A.G.I.N.E. Peace Now exhibit in St. Louis - KSDK.com

Throughout history, artists have been at the forefront of discussion and change, including the complex issues of gun ownership and gun violence.

I.M.A.G.I.N.E. Peace Now at Craft Alliance: An Artist Look at Gun Violence

In this show curated by Boris Bally, artists from around the world share their feelings about gun violence in works featuring real disabled guns from Pittsburgh's gun buy back program. 

Made in St. Louis: She turns spoons into wearable works of art

Jamie Everding began her career in the arts studying painting and drawing at St. Louis University, but as graduation drew near, she sensed something wasn’t quite right. “I was feeling a little unsettled at the end of my university career.

70 teapots on display at Craft Alliance in the Loop

Identi-TEA, which puts 70 teapots on display, is now open at Craft Alliance in the Delmar Loop. 58 artists from coast to coast participated in the show that will close on March 18th.

Hi, I’m MAX … Michael Powell, Craft Alliance Marketing & Communications Coordinator

“What are you doing out here?” is a question that I get a lot as an artist and designer from the southern California coast. I’ve had a number of different answers to that question over the years, but in May, I got married, and that has shifted my perspective on what makes a place, well, a home.

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