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American Craft

American Craft

American Craft magazine celebrates the diversity of American craft and its makers.

From the handmade that we use in our homes every day to the fine craft honored in museums, we cover inspiring craft being made today. We also showcase craft organizations making a difference in their communities, thought leadership in the field, and the importance of craft in contemporary American culture.

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Cover of the Summer 2024 issue of American Craft magazine

American Craft’s Summer 2024 issue is focused on the theme savor.

American Craft’s Summer 2024 issue is focused on the theme savor.

Craft can help us slow down and create a life filled with more gratitude and connectedness. Simply spending time appreciating the materials, labor, and creative vision that go into making handcrafted objects can usher in a sense of wonder. In this issue, take a moment to pause with our roundup of handcrafted benches, enjoy togetherness with mocktails or cocktails served in handcrafted glassware, take pleasure in the bounty of food with sculptural knives by Everett Noel, and delight in discovering local craft through the latest installment of The Scene: Craft in the Twin Cities.

We hope this issue, and the work featured within, will inspire you to find new ways to savor the world around you, the season of summer, and the elements of daily life.

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Glassblowing tools in Fred Kaemmer’s Saint Paul studio. Photo by Dina Kantor.

The Scene: Fred Kaemmer

There has been an evolution in the local craft scene, according to this Saint Paul-based glass artist.

Potter and educator Dom Venzant in his studio. Photo by Dina Kantor.

The Scene: Dom Venzant

This potter and educator says support for art and craft in Minnesota is “among the most robust in the country.”