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A Stitch in Time
Ray Materson calls his craft his redemption.
To Natalie Chanin, Alabama Chanin is not a business; it’s a lifestyle company.
Can a Mass-Produced Object Be Craft?
Can a well-designed mass-produced object be craft? Glenn Adamson answers...
For Your Life
A wish list for the handmade life...
Fungus Among Us
In decay there is a curious beauty, as these artists demonstrate.
Heart of Gold
David Huang is best known for his striking metal vessels with golden interiors.
How Important Is History to Your Work?
Jennifer Marsh, Tom Patti, Catherine Bailey, Kris Sazaki, Christopher Schwarz, and Judy Stone on history.
In Defense of the Art History Major
What endures in a civilization is not its spreadsheets but its sculptures, its sonatas and paintings.
Innovation & Refinement
Blue Rain Gallery takes an expansive view of art, while staying rooted in Native American expression.
Member News: August/September 2012
You can’t miss the American Craft Council’s new director of education.
Nashville: Craft Rising
In Music City, the visual arts don’t play second fiddle.
There’s a certain joie de vivre in everything Ted Hallman creates.
Reviewing Made in New York, Furniture Studio, and more...
Now Online: August/September 2012
Bonus videos, a giant picnic, SF Style Makers, and more...
Shows to See: August/September 2012
A few shows and exhibitions we don't think you should miss...
The Intimate Exchange
In her own way, New York-based jewelry designer Ruta Reifen uses materials to express ideas too.
Rhoda Baer’s elegant, understated vessels and sculptures.
Why Innovation Matters
An interview with Museum of Arts and Design chief curator David Revere McFadden.