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The Afghan Carpet Project

The Afghan Carpet Project features six carpets designed by L.A.-based contemporary artists— Fine Arts Department Chair Meg Cranston and faculty member Liz Craft along with Lisa Anne Auerbach, Francesca Gabbiani, Jennifer Guidi, and Toba Khedoori—which were handmade by weavers in Afghanistan.

Fine Arts Faculty Afghanistan Carpet Project in Architectural Digest

Common Cause

 
An extraordinary collaboration between American artists and Afghan weavers highlights the universal virtues of craftsmanship and creativity.
 

Fine Arts Chair Meg Cranston Named in Top 15 Noteworthy Art Professors

Meg Cranston - LA Times
Photo Credit: LA Times

Meg Cranston Interview for OMAG

Keeping it Simple and Fresh

Cranston reveals her favorite museums, the book she would take to a desert island, her thoughts on art and media, the pinata, and more.

 

Artists' Book

Meg Cranston created an artists' book by creating a list of 1,000 important people and then measuring the amount of library shelf space each received.

Meg Cranston John Baldessari exhibition

Fine Arts Chair Meg Cranston and alumnus John Baldessari ('57) collaborated to create the inaugural exhibition for Michael Janssen Gallery in Singapore, “Keep it Simple. Keep it Fresh,”  January 19 – March 10 2013.

 

Read about it here.