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Steven Frost is an instructor in the Department of Media Studies and an independent artist. His work tells the stories of hidden histories through performances, objects and workshops. His research focuses on queer history, pop culture and community development in DIY community spaces. Since 2016 Frost has hosted the Colorado Sewing Rebellion at the Boulder Public Library’s maker space BLDG 61. This monthly workshop teaches participants to mend and make their own clothing. He recently performed at the Museum of Craft in Folk Art in LA and the Denver Art Museum. Frost is a co-founder of the Experimental Weaving Residency and 2018 grant recipient from the Center for Craft Creativity and Design. Frost is also is a recipient of several other honors including the Lenore G. Tawney Fellowship and Luminarts Cultural Foundation Fellowship. Frost holds a BFA from Alfred University and an MFA in Fiber and Material Studies from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.