In This Issue
Ceramic Design: Manufactured Brilliance and Beauty in Everyday Life
Studio potters have something to learn about function from industrially made ceramics, suggests Edward Lebow on viewing "Ceramic Design" at the ASU Art Museum in Tempe.
Hide: Skin as Material and Metaphor
Beverly Sanders considers two artists who find skin meaningful in an exhibition at the National Museum of the American Indian in New York City
Ceramist Molly Hatch always imagines the work she makes in someone's home.
Esque's accessories, lighting fixtures and architectural details are a new art/craft/design hybrid.
Awards, grants, museum news, transitions--it's all happening in the craft world.
Sanjay and Jigna Jani of Akar believe that inspiring objects all come from the same creative place.
The Cricket Press specializes in hand-printed music gig posters, art prints, and more.
How Important Has Mentorship Been to You?
Craftspeople and others in the arts hold forth on the values of mentorship.
June Schwarcz: Enamelist
Eminent enamelist June Schwarcz is dubbed a Living Treasure of California.
Last Call from Spring Street!
Leaping from the Page
A colorful exploration of three-dimensional letterforms today.
Studio Craft 101
A review of Makers: A History of American Studio Craft.
Mixing It Up
We had diversity on our minds--a focus on the cultural, geographical, ethnic milieus in which we find examples of flourishing, singular craft today.
RAM Director Celebrates 35th Anniversary
Bruce Pepich marks a milestone at the craft-centered museum he helped create.
Taiwan: Crafting an Identity
Jennifer Scanlon discovers Taiwan's traditions.