"This work is unlike any other, in its range of rich, conjuring imagery and its dexterity, its smart voice. Carroll-Hackett doesn’t spare us—but doesn’t save us—she draws a blueprint of power and class with her unflinching pivot: matter-of-fact and tender." —Jan Beatty

12/18/2016

Re-envision a fable in a contemporary way, The Emperor Has No Clothes, for example.

emperor-has-no-clothes

12/19/2016

Remember that old game Telephone? Make are where a truth is twisted until it’s unrecognizable.

telephone-game

12/20/2016

Make art about travel planning.

Hand writing travel plan

12/21/2016

Make art about needles and pins.

needles_and_pins

12/22/2016

Make art digging a hole.

digging-a-hole

12/23/2016

Make art about bread baking.

bread

12/24/2016

Make art about finishing something last minute.

last-minute

12/25/2016

Make art what you see in a baby’s eyes.

max-by-j

Max 🙂 Photograph by J Hackett

12/26/2016

Make art about the last flicker of a candle.

candles

12/27/2016

Make art inspired by what’s left over.

something-left-over

12/28/2016

Make art about cleaning up the debris.

christmas-debris

12/29/2016

Make art about passive resistance.

passive-resistance-2

12/30/2016

I’ve been working a lot lately with Archetypes, particularly the Maiden/Mother/Crone.

Pick an archetype and portray it in contemporary, unexpected circumstances.

archetypes

12/31/2016

Make art inspired by the song stuck in your head.

earworm-1

1/1/2017

Make art about piecing things together.

quilt-pieces

1/ 2/ 2017

Make art about deliberately putting something on repeat.

repeat

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