First Friday, February 2nd, from 7-9
Students taking classes in the ASU Wood Program were asked to interpret “Survival” into one or multiple wood-based projects. Conceptualized in a variety of literal, loose, metaphorical, elegant, and humorous tones, the students then fabricated these pieces at the ASU Woodshop to create sculptures and functional design. Selected work for the exhibition were juried by Lisa Olson, owner of Practical Art, a retail space and gallery in Phoenix featuring 100% locally-made wares in wood, fiber, ceramic, glass, metal, and up-cycled materials with all of the work produced by Arizona artisans. The selected works will be on display at Practical Art through the month of February.