Zoom Logo

FEEDBACK FRIDAY: Jennifer Steverson - Shared screen with speaker view
Amy DuFault
01:06:11
Ask questions here!
Suzanne Watzman
01:06:21
Can you say more about the cross road pattern?
Ginnie Hebert
01:06:23
What is a risograph?
Susan Weltman
01:06:27
Such fabulous important work!!
Polly Furr
01:06:36
So great to hear you speak about your work, Jennifer. Really educational in many ways.
Marijke Bongers
01:06:41
thank you so much for sharing this wonderful story
Elisa Kessler caporale
01:06:44
Daughte of ?.??? A movie mentioned
Jeanne Hupprich
01:06:44
Beautiful work yes so important
Eileen Adler
01:06:49
What was the name of the film . . . Daughters of the . . .
Virginia Ameztoy
01:06:50
Hi ! Really enjoyed
Betty Eilat
01:06:51
this was super interesting, thank you
Melony Edwards
01:06:56
Thank you for that perspective on Black Art! Not a question just a comment. Learn more about the Black farmers mentioned like Fannie Lou Hamer with these books "Freedom Farmers" by Dr. Monica White And more recently "We Are Each Other’s Harvest" by Natalie Baszile
kimm branch
01:06:57
lovely work. thoughtful, powerful and beautiful prompts to learn more.
Eileen Flanagan
01:07:03
What was the name of the movie you mentioned early on …was it Daughter of the Dust?
Virginia Ameztoy
01:07:17
How did you start doing block printing???
kimm branch
01:07:23
daughters of the dust
Fiona Coleman
01:07:36
really interesting talk-thank you Jennifer. What was the film you mentioned at the beginning? I missed the reference thanks
Jasmine J
01:07:37
Loved this. Love to know if you do online workshops? (I'm in London UK)
Ridhi D'Cruz
01:07:44
Oh my goodness!!! So inspiring. Thank you for your brilliance. And resilience during these times. I can feel the immense grief and joy and so much else that you are conduiting. Blessings to you & your journey!!
leslie leonard
01:07:52
I am very impressed with the quilting of test and other pieces you dyed. It reminds me of
Susan Cooper
01:08:06
From Susan Cooper, your work is a wonderful mixture of dyeing, stitching and photography, I love it! Thank you
Eileen Adler
01:08:09
To combine authentic art with life is so powerful. Thank you.
Annette McPhail
01:08:11
Beautiful work! Thank you
Teri Power
01:08:19
I love how you have brought together your interests and skills...I hope you continue to develop and will look forward to seeing what’s in the future for you. I assume you are on social media ?? Website??
leslie leonard
01:08:21
Gees bend and; I was happy to hear you were influenced by it
Cheryl Desjardin
01:08:45
I’m grateful to you Jennifer for sharing your amazing work and your processes. You are an impressive scholar and representative of black American history. Your presentation was so rewarding. I’m inspired!
Jill Altmann
01:08:52
WONDERFUL and personal presentation! Thankyou for enlightening the history of migration and keeping history alive.
Samantha Verrone
01:08:52
Beautiful work and very inspiring - the cyanotype/rizograph hybrid pieces are sublime. Thank you for sharing your work.
Lynne Swearingen
01:08:56
What indigo type/process do you like to use in your beautiful work?
Kristina Montoya
01:08:57
Thank you for sharing Austin’s history. I am from Lockhart, TX and to learn more about the history means everything to me. I believe the documentary is: Daughters of the dusk made in early 1990s by Julie Dash
Diane Becker
01:09:02
super interesting
Kristina Montoya
01:09:05
*Dust
Jasmine J
01:09:06
@geneva_jean
Le Jackson
01:09:13
Impressive work and beautiful presentation. I’m an Austin girl with Texas roots and the work you are doing with your research is powerful. Hope you get it widely seen and heard.
Melony Edwards
01:09:17
Great movie!!!!
Elaine - Kosa Arts
01:09:17
Daughters of the Dust amazing film
Melony Edwards
01:10:26
Freedom coloniesBook by Thad Sitton
Jasmine J
01:11:26
Your Instagram handle says not found?
Sara Jeanne Burke
01:11:34
Fascinating presentation and your process of research. Are you growing your indigo?
Michele OReilly
01:11:49
You are such an amazing artist and person. You make me want to talk to you and pick your brain and see all of your work!
Polly Furr
01:11:51
I think it’s @geneva_jean_
Teri Power
01:12:01
I found her instagram...try again...
avonelle hamilton
01:12:04
hello indigo buddy! i appreciate your historical work. you have inspired me to read more about role models in Black history and colonialism. you are my role model. hello and hugs
Teri Power
01:12:05
No website?
Margarida Vasconcelos
01:12:05
Not online?? Ohhh
Jasmine J
01:12:16
Ah thanks!
Britt Boles
01:12:31
https://www.genevajean.com/
Jasmine J
01:12:41
@geneva_jean_
Margarida Vasconcelos
01:12:46
Me too
Samantha Verrone
01:13:42
John Lewis was chairman of SNCC
Jasmine J
01:13:50
I forgot the underscore at the end!
Margarida Vasconcelos
01:13:57
What’s the name again of your quilt teacher?
Teri Power
01:14:25
I can see you organizing a show creating a call for art ...black cultural memory through the arts...something like that...
Suzanne Watzman
01:14:42
More about the high John herb and others ?
Virginia Ameztoy
01:15:26
Can you use cianotipes on cloth??
Shari Syrkett
01:15:46
Lovely work! I think I saw in the piece with Fannie Lou Hamer that you used the courthouse steps quilting pattern (?). Do you also incorporate traditional Underground Railroad patterns in your work?
Gika Rector
01:15:48
Yes, you can cyanotype on cloth.
Jasmine J
01:15:50
I've done cyanotupe on clothe!
Teddy Milder
01:15:51
amazing talk. so rich with image, indigo and history. thank you
avonelle hamilton
01:15:51
love the juneteenth poster. washington state will start to celebrate it this year
Teri Power
01:15:56
I see a doctorate in your future....
kimm branch
01:16:10
love how you incorporated your grandmother's handwritten recipe. that series is beautiful.
Nichole Talbott
01:16:17
Where do you get access to a Risograph machine.
Virginia Ameztoy
01:16:24
Cyanotypes
Suzanna James
01:16:38
Wait where was that?!?!
kathy green
01:17:19
Amazing work and amazing advocay - thank you for all of this work
Jasmine J
01:17:33
Great work
Le Jackson
01:17:58
Austin is a rich source for scholars. Wait, my family is from Hearne, Texas!
France Poliquin
01:18:53
Very interesting work thank you for sharing your knowledge.
Virginia Ameztoy
01:18:59
Grate!1
Hope Leeson
01:19:12
Can you talk about what you can gather in terms of demography from the Sunburn Insurance maps?
Hope Leeson
01:19:27
Sanborn
Margarida Vasconcelos
01:19:29
Fascinating work, beautiful presentation, so interesting, thank you so much
Melony Edwards
01:19:30
I'm goring some indigo from the Sea Islands. I'm super excited that they have come up in my climate.
Melony Edwards
01:19:36
growing*
Devon Mayo
01:21:38
Au revoir from France. Thank you for your presentation, lovely work. Will have to see the end later.
Le Jackson
01:21:52
Print shops in Chicago have risographs for public
Juliarose Triebes
01:22:52
Any plans to share your research with Dr. Tiffany Momon’s BCDA (Black Craftspeople Digital Archive)?
Suzanne Watzman
01:23:15
Did you say that the Hyde Park area is still whites only? Or did I imagine this…?
Patti Norton
01:23:21
Do you machine piece your quilt blocks? ( I am actually piecing some flying geese blocks as I listen!)
Virginia Ameztoy
01:23:27
Amazing
Hope Leeson
01:23:29
Thank you!
Suzanne Watzman
01:23:55
Are Sanborn maps only for Austin?
Teri Power
01:23:56
There are other ways to use photos in printing....that are maybe easier to find...photo lithography for one...check with art colleges or art departments
Juliarose Triebes
01:24:23
BCDA is archiving the contributions of Black makers in the US prior to the Civil War. It’s amazing.
LaChaun Moore
01:24:32
here is the archive: https://blackcraftspeople.org
Michele OReilly
01:25:46
Dearborn MI was white only through the 80s if not longer.
Suzanne Watzman
01:25:49
The Color of Law is a great book to talk about things like this. Was a great introduction for me....
Marijke Bongers
01:27:39
In the Netherlands that also is an ongoing debate. We have so much to learn! Thank you for sharing!
Jasmine J
01:28:10
Brilliant historical information!
Michele OReilly
01:28:12
Need to teach the entire history of this country, all of it's people!!
Eleanor Heath
01:28:14
thank you so much Jennifer.
Anne Wade
01:28:15
Thank you so much! Very nicely done and your work is beautiful.
Polly Furr
01:28:19
Exactly, Amy - thank you Jennifer for spending the time to educate.
Suzanna James
01:28:32
These are just my favourite bit of the week right now, thanks for another amazing session
Ridhi D'Cruz
01:28:32
Thank you. May you be protected in your path!
Jasmine J
01:28:35
Thanks for your beautiful work Jennifer
Suzanna James
01:28:38
Jennifer it was a privilege to hear from you
Ruth Crump
01:28:45
Thank you! As another Texan this is really important to me...no less important universally, but more in my personal space.
Karen Myers
01:28:52
Wonderful inspiring talk, Thank you so much.
Kerstin Zurbrigg
01:29:21
Thank you so much for the beauty and depth of your talk…
Rosemary Malbin
01:29:21
(Amy, is your top Merimeco?)
Lisa Stankus
01:29:35
thank you! beautiful work, important work.
Kristina Montoya
01:29:56
As a Coahuiltecan, Aboriginal people of Texas, thank you for your work. Seeing the pecan trees and hearing the history you’ve complied…hold your ground…thank you so much!
Polly Furr
01:30:01
So well said, Kathy. Thank you!
Melony Edwards
01:30:07
Thank you for your knowledge!
Jasmine J
01:30:22
What a brilliant session
Sara Goodman
01:30:23
We can all support the work of the New Georgia Project!
Amy DuFault
01:30:24
No! Friend just gave to me the other day-hand me down :)
Polly Furr
01:31:29
Thank you, Kathy and Amy, as always!
Polly Furr
01:32:08
Oh hooray!! Katrina Rodabaugh.
Virginia Ameztoy
01:32:43
Yes!! I am trying to learn about it too
Norma Nuñez-Langlois
01:33:47
Hi! What’s the name of the school you’re teaching at in Tennessee?
Brenda MerrickHavlice
01:34:06
Thank you
Anne Aycock
01:36:57
THANK YOU SO MUCH, WONDERFUL PRESENTATION
Gika Rector
01:37:30
The school is Shakerag. I think it’s in Sewanee.
Shari Syrkett
01:37:41
Thank you, Jennifer and BC!
Kathy Hattori
01:38:06
Yes, sorry, it’s Shakerag in Sewanee Tennessee - June 13-19
Virginia Ameztoy
01:38:19
Oh god! I just haven’t got more space on my freezer!! Already full of natural dyes fruits plants and others
Norma Nuñez-Langlois
01:39:14
Thank you!
Jennifer Steverson
01:39:20
Hi everyone, answering a few questions from the chat. My early indigo was created with a 1-2-3 henna fat. I’m currently using a 1-2-3 fructose vat. Thank you for all the questions!
kimm branch
01:39:20
inspiring diane
Anne Day
01:40:01
Thanks to all. Very inspiring.
Amy Hopkins
01:40:53
Thanks for a lovely hour! Have to go…
Virginia Ameztoy
01:41:36
Thanks for the gift!!!!!