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    On This Land Where We Belong

    Artist, writer, arts activist, and cultural community organizer Shanai Matteson explores how creative expression and activism shape the world we live in—and make kin.
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    Dina Nur Satti

    The pivotal moment for Dina Nur Satti came early. She had been taking ceramics classes for less than a year, at a Manhattan pottery studio, when she shared her first mugs and tumblers with her father.
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    Kindred

    The magical, meaningful collaboration of Wence and Sandra Martinez.
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    Fond Farewell

    Outgoing executive director Sarah Schultz reflects on her tenure at the American Craft Council and the value of craft in her own life.
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    The Queue: Giles Clement

    Get to know the people featured in the pages of our magazine as they share what's inspiring them right now.
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    Craft Happenings: Fall 2021

    Make this fall a season filled with craft. Here are 16 exhibitions and other events happening across the country for you to explore.
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    Q&A With Bisa Butler

    The textile artist shares about her sources of inspiration, her process, and the role kinship plays in it—as well as her sewing machine, “The Beast.”
  • Blog post cover graphic for The Queue featuring Amber Cowan

    The Queue: Amber Cowan

    Get to know the people featured in the pages of our magazine as they share what's inspiring them right now.
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    Absence Made Present

    A novelist responds to the work of Diana Al-Hadid, who draws on rich historical and cultural archives to transform raw materials into an art of memory and possibility.
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    Owning It

    Detroit metal artist Tiff Massey knows no bounds and is only creating bigger for herself and her community.