Patricia Peck Warner ’48: Overseeing Craft Consciousness

Weavers, ceramicists, woodworkers, furniture-makers, sculptors, quilters. As co-chair of the Fuller Craft Museum's overseers, Patricia Peck Warner ’48 has an acute knowledge of and keen advocacy for the work of the artisans exhibited at this nationally renowned venue for contemporary crafts in Brockton, Massachusetts. With over twenty…... » Read more

Indelible Images by Roberta Friedman Dixon ’77

“Each time I paint, it is with abandon, as if I have erased time and gone back to true innocence,” says Dixon about her abstract images.   For her, painting is a way of “embracing chaos” by imposing control, but her works feel spontaneous and are…... » Read more

A Playwright’s Perspective on Wendy Wasserstein

Like many women in theatre who came of age in the 1980s, I looked to the playwright Wendy Wasserstein ’71 as my lodestar. She was a successful, widely produced theatre artist who talked frankly about sex and relationships (or the lack thereof ). She wrote…... » Read more

Dream Big! The Imaginarium of Lucia Neare ‘88

Lucia Neare ’88 just dropped a magical acorn in my hand. We have never met before, so I am struck by the unique greeting. No pleasantries about the weather. No “It’s nice to meet you.” Just a golden acorn. Correction: not just a golden acorn, an acorn made entirely of…... » Read more