The Family Issue
The April/May 2018 issue of American Craft is available now and features 20 artists with creative DNA. On the cover are brothers Simon and Nikolai Haas and their lovable brood. Also in the issue: Calvin Ma's charming characters, a legacy planning guide for artists, why Lisbon should be on your list of craft destinations to visit, and more.
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More from This Issue
A Lifetime of Lessons
Jack da Silva's Interlude.
Blood, Sweat, and Kids
Thoughts on this issue about generations and families.
Silver River Center for Chair Caning carries on family tradition in Asheville, North Carolina.
Chelsea Miller Knives
Chelsea Miller’s fashionably resourceful knives.
Head, Heart, and Home
New books, including Handcrafted Maine.
In My Father’s House
Being raised by artists isn’t always easy, but one maker’s relationship with his father helped show him the way with his own child.
Koe-zee’s embroidery for the next generation.
Planning Your Legacy
What to do with what you make: a legacy planning guide for artists.
Robert Long brings his father’s lighting designs back into the workshop.
A peek into the Manhattan home of Judy Smilow, who’s refreshing her father’s modernist furniture.
Shows to See: April/May 2018
Shows that honor history and change.
Goods that celebrate the simple life.
The Lure of Lisbon
Why Lisbon should top your list of must-see craft destinations.
What You See Is What You Get
Fiber artist Liz Whitney Quisgard on the draw of decorative art.