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Erin Maile O’Keefe

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Arthur Garcia   Charlotte is a conceptual artist and designer who has shaped her profession around her curiosity, passion and enthusiasm about glass. In this age of over-connectivity, Charlotte’s studio practice seeks to visualize relationships and build community, often employing a combination of new and old technology. She received her MFA from the  Rhode Island School of Design  and a BFA from  Alfred University . An avid educator, Charlotte has taught glass, performance and new media courses at Universities and summer programs such as  Penland School of Crafts  and  Oxbow School of Art . Another facet to Potter’s practice is to bring contemporary art into the public, and create opportunities for viewing art in the collective space. She has served on the  Glass Art Society Board , and was the founding Programming Director at the  Chrysler Museum Glass Studio . She is passionate about supporting and guiding immersive and pioneering educational spaces and allowing space for makers and dreamers to experiment and create. Charlotte lives and works in the wilds of Vermont as a mother, maker and seeker.   Charlotte@yestermorrow.org      Website    www.charlottepotter.com

Arthur Garcia

Charlotte is a conceptual artist and designer who has shaped her profession around her curiosity, passion and enthusiasm about glass. In this age of over-connectivity, Charlotte’s studio practice seeks to visualize relationships and build community, often employing a combination of new and old technology. She received her MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and a BFA from Alfred University. An avid educator, Charlotte has taught glass, performance and new media courses at Universities and summer programs such as Penland School of Crafts and Oxbow School of Art. Another facet to Potter’s practice is to bring contemporary art into the public, and create opportunities for viewing art in the collective space. She has served on the Glass Art Society Board, and was the founding Programming Director at the Chrysler Museum Glass Studio. She is passionate about supporting and guiding immersive and pioneering educational spaces and allowing space for makers and dreamers to experiment and create. Charlotte lives and works in the wilds of Vermont as a mother, maker and seeker.

Charlotte@yestermorrow.org

Website

www.charlottepotter.com

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Rachel Wylie   Rachel was born and raised in coastal California. She received her degree in Community & Regional Development through the University of California Davis, and in the following years has explored her passions in farming, food business start-ups, and large-scale community event coordination. Rachel is deeply intrigued in the ways that food production, the built environment, and connectivity to outdoor space can improve the resiliency & health of communities. At heart, she is a dreamer, a creator, and an optimistic Jill-of-all-trades. She is a writer and ceramicist, a gardener, fermenter, fiber artist, amateur stonemason and beginning woodworker. In her free time Rachel can be found hiking, cross country skiing, and working on one of her many projects.

Rachel Wylie

Rachel was born and raised in coastal California. She received her degree in Community & Regional Development through the University of California Davis, and in the following years has explored her passions in farming, food business start-ups, and large-scale community event coordination. Rachel is deeply intrigued in the ways that food production, the built environment, and connectivity to outdoor space can improve the resiliency & health of communities. At heart, she is a dreamer, a creator, and an optimistic Jill-of-all-trades. She is a writer and ceramicist, a gardener, fermenter, fiber artist, amateur stonemason and beginning woodworker. In her free time Rachel can be found hiking, cross country skiing, and working on one of her many projects.



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Christina Smith

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