Founded in 1965, CAFAM exhibits artists whose work is often not represented in larger art institutions.
CAFAM is a place to both see and make art, focusing on redefining craft and folk art.
Works push traditional processes and question pre-conceived definitions of the ceramic object
Site-specific installation examines utilitarian, spiritual, past and present significance of a native material
Conceptual installation of hand-blown vessels combined with found, mass-produced glassware
Multi-layered works explore the destruction caused by present-day environmental crises
New body of work addresses neglected histories in social and artistic hierarchies