Four innovators are demonstrating craft’s potential to reconnect us to our resources.
More Ways Than One
Ceramist Anne Hirondelle dedicated decades to perfecting the vessel. Then she started taking it apart.
Fear and Fascination
Shayna Leib has probed depths that once terrified her – and emerged with an artistic approach all her own.
For 10 years, Scott McGlasson was the well-kept secret of Twin Cities architects...
In This Issue
A Treasury of Craft History in Los Angeles
CAFAM's archives are now available at UCLA’s special collections library.
Boston: Cradle of Craft
Beantown helped anchor craft in this country and continues a flourishing tradition to this day.
Compare and Contrast
Turning to Art in Wood: A Creative Journey
Craft Meets Design
Where’s the intersection of craft and design? Handful of Salt.
What's new online and at the ACC shows in 2012.
At North Carolina's EnergyXchange, captured methane fuels a model "craft incubator."
How Have You ‘Greened’ Your Work Practice?
In this issue, we tapped our craft community for their thoughts on sustainability.
In Her Element
Heather Knight describes her chic work as "design-forward ceramics."
Knowing Our Sources
Where craft and sustainability meet.
Loose Knit, Close Ties
Strong lines run through fiber artist Yulie Urano’s knitted works.
Making It to the Met
'Prickly Melons' at the Met.
Mary Lee Hu: Cutting Loose
Jewelry artist Mary Lee Hu's splendid woven wire works.
Now Online: April/May 2012
A sampling of extra content for the April/May issue.
Beauty Beyond Nature: The Glass Art of Paul Stankard
RetroSpecs & Co. offers antique frames impeccably refurbished at the company’s factory in L.A.
Shows to See: April/May 2012
Got time to check out a few exhibitions? Here's your go-to guide.
The Real Cost of Gold
A metalsmith on a mission demonstrates how hard it is to obtain gold responsibly.
What Responsibility Might Look Like
Glenn Adamson on the sustainability aesthetic.