Panel to Feature McKnight Fellows & National Arts Figures

2022 McKnight Book Artist Fellows will present their work Sunday, May 7 at 11am

Minnesota Center for Book Arts is pleased to present our 2022 McKnight Book Artist Fellows, Corinne Teed and CB Sherlock, in a public panel alongside the visiting arts professionals working with them throughout their fellowship year. Corinne, who is a research-based artist working in printmaking, book arts, time-based media, and social practice, will have a conversation with Kari Conte, a curator and writer focused on global contemporary art who has curated more than 40 exhibitions and regularly contributes to books, exhibition, catalogs, and magazines. CB, who is a letterpress printer, book artist, and paper engineer, will discuss her work with Ruth Rogers, Curator of Special Collections at Wellesley College.

The panel talk is free and open to the public and will take place in the Open Book Performance Hall on the second floor of Open Book on Sunday, May 7, 11am–12pm, with a reception to follow.

Offered in partnership with the McKnight Foundation, these competitive fellowships support two mid-career book artists annually with $25,000 in non-restricted funds, studio access at MCBA, and professional development opportunities to deepen their art practice, including studio visits from national figures in book arts.

Following brief visual presentations, each fellow will speak with a visiting arts professional about their specific projects and how their creative practices have evolved. At the end of the conversation, there will be time for audience questions. After the panel discussion, audience members are welcome to stay for a reception in the Literary Commons outside the Performance Hall until 1pm.

Learn more about the fellows and the curators, and sign up to attend, on our website.

Corinne Teed
Corinne Teed
CB Sherlock
CB Sherlock

Founded on the belief that Minnesota thrives when its artists thrive, the McKnight Foundation’s arts program is one of the oldest and largest of its kind in the country. Support for individual working Minnesota artists has been a cornerstone of the program since it began in 1982. The McKnight Artist Fellowships Program provides annual, unrestricted cash awards to outstanding mid-career Minnesota artists in 15 different creative disciplines. Program partner organizations administer the fellowships and structure them to respond to the unique challenges of different disciplines. Currently the foundation contributes about $2.8 million per year to its statewide fellowships. For more information, visit

The McKnight Foundation, a Minnesota-based family foundation, advances a more just, creative, and abundant future where people and planet thrive. Established in 1953, the McKnight Foundation is deeply committed to advancing climate solutions in the Midwest; building an equitable and inclusive Minnesota; and supporting the arts in Minnesota, neuroscience, and international crop research.