MUSEO DE ARTE POPULAR JOSE HERNANDEZ

 

"True is What Has Been Made"

 

8.31.19-11.18.19

 

Exhibition of contemporary jewelry in conjunction with the collection of milagros and ex votos from the museum's permanent collection.

Museo de Arte Popular José Hernández, Buenos Aires, Argentina

UNIVERSITY

OF GEORGIA, ATHENS

 

3.5.2019

 

Visiting Artist Lecture sponsored by the Ann Orr Morris Memorial Fund

"Indices and Incantations"

We live in the long shadow of Enlightenment thinking. Primarily thought of as oppositional to all that is modern and rational, the idea of magic is often viewed with skepticism. This presentation will reframe our assumptions and biases and examine jewelry’s relationship with language and how this potent connection is evidenced in ritual and magic. Drawing on historical context, as well as my own work, I will discuss how jewelry functions as a magical, mnemonic device – as an archive that gives us access to a body of knowledge and experience.  

University of Georgia, Athens

EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY

STATE OF ADORNMENT: SUBJECT TO CHANGE

 

1.18.19

 

Lori will be the Capstone Speaker at the 2019 Material Topics Symposium at East Carolina University.

2019 State of Adornment

VISITING ARTIST

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF SOUTH EASTERN NORWAY

 

4.1.2018

"Working Within and Beyond Tradition"

University College of South Eastern Norway

VISITING ARTIST

THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, MILWAUKEE

 

3.2018

 

Lori presented her lecture "Indices and Incantations" as part of the Artist Now! public lecture series.

The University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

DISCURSIVE AT THE JORDAN SCHNITZER MUSEUM

 

2.28.2018

 

Discursive features work—ranging from functional to sculptural, from performance to site-specific—created by UO faculty and visiting artists who participated in the 2016 Summer Craft Forum at the UO. During this two-week event, the participants – all of whom work in craft media, such as ceramics, metalsmithing, fibers, and printmaking – occupied UO studios to make art. During this period, they also engaged in group discussions about “craft” and its relationship to the discrete disciplines represented by the group and their individual practices. Discursive is, then, both the culmination of what was an extraordinary forum and an opportunity to deepen inquiry about contemporary craft discourses on campus and beyond.

Jordan Schnitzer Museum

LECTURE AND SEMINAR AT SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY

 

9.1.2017

 

"Toward a Poetics of Jewelry"

This Fall Lori will be a visiting artist in the Jewelry and Metalsmithing Department at San Diego State University.

San Diego State University

LECTURE AT NORSK INSTITUTT FOR BUNAD OG FOLKEDRAKT (THE NORWEGIAN INSTITUTE OF BUNAD AND FOLK COSTUME), FAGERNES, NORWAY

 

8.15.2017

In August Lori will give a lecture titled “Norsk Draktsølv i et Historisk Perspektiv (Norwegian Folk Jewelry in an Historical Perspective)" at The Norwegian Institute of Bunad and Folk Costume in Fagernes, Norway.

Norsk Institutt For Bunad Og Folkedrakt

ART JEWELRY FORUM INTERVIEW WITH DR. SANDRA WILSON—TRACY STEEPY AND LORI TALCOTT, DIPTYCH: GREY AND BLACK, PLATINA, STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN

 

5.31.2017

 

"Tracy Steepy and Lori Talcott have been working and teaching together since they met serendipitously in 2008. This is their first exhibition together at Platina. Sandra Wilson caught up with them to find out more about the thinking behind the show and their approach to making and teaching."

Art Jewelry Forum

COLLECTIVE DESIGN FAIR IN NEW YORK, NY

 

5.3.2017

Sienna Patti Gallery will exhibit Lori's series Escapularios at Collective Design Fair in New York, NY May 3-7, 2017.

Collective Design Fair

VISITING ARTIST COLLOQUIUM AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, MADISON

 

4.5.2017

"Homeopathic Objects"

 

Lori will be a visiting artist and give a public lecture as part of the 2017  Department of Art Visiting Artist Colloquium at UW, Madison.

 

UW Madison Art Department

DIPTYCH: GREY AND BLACK, EXHIBITION WITH TRACY STEEPY AT PLATINA, STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN

1.1.2017

Platina Gallery