Always able to blend craft and causes, visual artist Barbara Klunder was launching her Tapestries For The Environment show at the Museum for Textiles when she talked to NOW (page 20 of the issue). Insisting that it's the role of the artist "to raise danger flags," Klunder defended her fearless practice of bringing her political views to the forefront in her art. She's back at it in the multimedia show BulletProof Vests: Papercut Protection, a commentary on gun culture and its connection to killings of all kinds all over the planet. At the David Kaye Gallery. See listing, page 66.
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