• Mineck Fellowship: Awarding 'Young-in-Career' furniture makers

    Mineck Fellowship: Awarding 'Young-in-Career' furniture makers

    Vivian Beer, 2013 Mineck Fellow, Streamline Series

John D. Mineck Furniture Fellowship

Congratulations to the 2019 Mineck Fellow, Beatriz Mayorca!

SOCIETY OF ARTS + CRAFTS ANNOUNCES BEATRIZ MAYORCA AS 2019 MINECK FELLOW

Tom Shields (2018)

Tom Shields (2018)

Shields will use the fellowship to construct a cost-effective and efficient studio space to continue his irreverent, sculptural work in furniture.

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Jack Mauch (2017)

Jack Mauch (2017)

Jack will use the Mineck funds to progress his career in three ways: purchase necessary equipment, undertake a digital fabrication course, and to explore 3D printing to aid in complex geometry.

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Annie Evelyn (2016)

Annie Evelyn (2016)

Using furniture’s inherent interactive qualities and relationships to the human body, Evelyn sets out to invent new and surprising tactile experiences.

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Sarah Marriage (2015)

Sarah Marriage (2015)

Sarah is using her Mineck funding to support the creation of A Workshop of Our Own, a space where women furniture makers can come together in a supportive environment.

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Kimberly Winkle (2014)

Kimberly Winkle (2014)

Winkle is a maker who creates furniture and objects using wood and paint; her work displays a balance of form, color and surface pattern.

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Vivian Beer (2013)

Vivian Beer (2013)

Vivian Beer is a furniture designer/maker based in New England, where her studio, Vivian Beer Studio Works, is celebrating its tenth year.

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Nick Hollibaugh (2012)

Nick Hollibaugh (2012)

Nick Hollibaugh 2012
Bart Niswonger (2011)

Bart Niswonger (2011)

Bart designs and builds furniture that explores the balanced interaction of form and surface; invites both visual and tactile interaction; and references tradition while exploiting modern finishing techniques.

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Libby Schrum (2010)

Libby Schrum (2010)

As a transplant to New England, Libby has developed an aesthetic that marries her passion for the modern with her reverence for the tradition of craft.

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Will Tracey (2009)

Will Tracey (2009)

Will's latest work is largely improvisational in nature. Objects evolve as they are being made, drawing inspiration from architectural fragments, from foundry patterns, from history, and from home

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