March 29

April 5

Alison Croney Moses is the director of the school 

partnership program at the  Eliot School of Fine & Applied Arts (one of the oldest centers of craft in the country) where she oversees visual arts and woodworking programs in schools and after-school sites in Boston, Teen Bridge program, Art Teachers Alliance, and Artist in Residence program. She received her BA in Furniture Design from the Rhode Island School of Design and MA in Sustainable Business and Communities from Goddard College.

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Women I Wood I Work

March 29 @ 2:00pm - 3:00pm

MFA Boston,
465 Huntington Avenue, Boston , MA 02115

Farago Gallery 268, Linde Wing

FREE with Museum Admission

Postponed 

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Join Wornick Curator of Contemporary Decorative Arts Michelle Millar Fisher and Boston-based wood artist Alison Croney Moses to talk about histories of shaping and bending wood in works on view at the MFA that traverse art, design, craft, and decorative arts. Croney Moses also shares more about her roles as director of school and community partnerships programs and woodworking instructor at Boston's Eliot School of Fine and Applied Arts (one of the oldest centers of craft in the country), and brings studio tools to show as part of the talk.

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Sculptural Wood Bending with Alison Croney Moses

April 5 @ 12:00pm - 3:00pm

MFA Boston,
465 Huntington Avenue, Boston , MA 02115

Farago Gallery 268, Linde Wing

FREE with Museum Admission

Postponed 

Join us for an up-close view of the process of bending wood. Observe artist Alison Croney Moses on her journey of experimentation with a new series of curved wooden sculptures. Bringing her studio practice into the MFA, Croney Moses shares the process of bending and shaping wood, including bent lamination and coopering.

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