matt lambert

Matt Lambert is a non-binary, trans multidisciplinary collaborator and coconspirator working toward equity, inclusion, and reparation. They are a founder and facilitator of The Fulcrum Project and currently are a PhD student between Konstfack and University of Gothenburg in Sweden. Their research engages with the relationship of craft to nation structure, gender, indigeneity, and nomadism. They hold a MA in Critical Craft Studies from Warren Wilson and an MFA in Metalsmithing from Cranbrook Academy of Art. They have exhibited work nationally and internationally and have actively contributed writing to Art Jewelry Forum, Garland, Metalsmith magazine, Norwegian Craft, and the Athens Jewelry Week catalogs.

Articles by matt lambert

Indigenous &: Having Roots to Grow in New Directions

Elias Not Afraid on Beading as Luxury

Indigenous &: Placing Practice While Being Displaced

Teresa Faris on Advocacy and Resistance

Indigenous &: Not Always Looking West

Brian Fleetwood Discusses the Importance of Teaching and Mentorship Outside of a Eurocentric Mindset

The Ephemeral Art of Petals, Paints and Bods

In conversation with Travis Chantar

In Conversation with Magnhild Kennedy

Who’s Afraid of Marjorie Schick?

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