Makers on Making features a different maker each month — printmakers, writers, knitters, crafters, painters, photographers, textile artists, and anyone else involved in art — with essays about their process on a particular project. These pieces delve into the psychology of making, the lessons we learn from success and (often more usefully) failure, and what it is to be a human authentically and emotionally involved as a maker in our world.

How the Hospital Unlocked m(M)e

How the Hospital Unlocked m(M)e

“The hospitals had one thing going for them: art supplies and/or art rooms.” -Alicia Cole on the time she spent documenting and creating art in hospitals.

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Interested in contributing to Makers on Making? We are seeking radically authentic essays of 750-1,500 words to fit the column’s theme. Brain Mill Press pays for the limited right to reproduce the content that appears on Voices; all essays remain the authors’ property. Contact us with a pitch.

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