Master Craftsman: Classroom to Community
May 11 – July 10, 2021
A retrospective of artwork created to date in the KSU Master Craftsman Program will
be showcased in the Fine Arts Gallery. The Master Craftsman Program is a design and
fabrication workshop for students housed in the School of Art and Design. The Program
is led by Director and Lecturer in Sculpture, Page Burch.
Over the last four years, the Master Craftsman Program has partnered with various
municipalities and organizations, such as the City of Kennesaw, to collaborate in
designing and creating public works ranging from manhole covers to large sculptures.
KSU art and design students are involved in the process from start to finish, helping
to conceive of designs and honing their skills while executing the creation of new
public art. This exhibition will document the production history and display examples
of their work.
Featuring works by KSU Master Craftsman Program students: Daniel Barnard, Brooke Barrett,
Jonathan Copeland, Thomas Daniel, Dylan Doyle, Jane Erwin, Ellen Foose-Kutty, Emmy
Keenan, Randall Kooistra, Carrie McDaniel, Cameron Moore, Megan Pace, and Amber Williams.