Listen to Raven Halfmoon's Object Story

Listen to Raven Halfmoon's Object Story

The ACC 2019 Emerging Voices shortlist artist shares about her powerful ceramic work and the significance of her ribbon skirts.

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The following object story was presented as part of the American Craft Council's national "Present Tense" conference that took place in Philadelphia in October 2019. Through eight main stage moments and four object stories featuring 42 speakers, the "Present Tense" main stage explored craft’s relevance as a powerful catalyst for navigating and making meaning in an increasingly complex present.

Raven Halfmoon (Caddo Nation) is from Norman, Oklahoma, and attended the University of Arkansas, where she earned a double bachelor’s degree in ceramics/painting and cultural anthropology. She is an ACC 2019 Emerging Voices artist finalist.

Raven's work has been featured in multiple exhibitions throughout the US as well as internationally. Raven is currently based in Norman, where she is working to establish her own studio while producing work at the University of Oklahoma. She is represented by Gallery FRITZ in Santa Fe. | @ravenhalfmoon

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