"Hacking the Pandemic: Hackerspaces and Makerspaces Respond to the COVID-19 Crisis" discusses hackerspaces and their readiness to fill the "void left by gutted public programs."
The fellowship will support research and writing for his dissertation, "'Living on the Edge': Ceramics and the Environment in the American West, 1961-2000."
The essay, "PInk Note-The Novelette," discusses the work with that title, which was included in the exhibition Whistler in Watercolor.
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