To Be Seen
Photographer and pop-up book maker Colette Fu documents the diversity of China’s Yunnan Province.
Let It Grow
At their home in West Seattle, Deborah Schwartzkopf and George Rodriguez are putting down roots – and cultivating their community.
Though he says he's easily bored, John Bisbee finds nails endlessly fascinating.
Melissa Cody is both a fourth-generation Navajo weaver and a contemporary artist, deftly balancing tradition and self-expression.
In This Issue
The quicksilver of community.
Fertile Ground: Goshen, Indiana
An entrepreneurial spirit pervades this diverse community in Amish country.
Five Fingers, One Hand
A group of the nation’s premier craft schools is working together toward a brighter, and bigger, future.
Paul J. Smith's Masters of Craft and other new books...
How Do You Find Artistic Community?
Readers share their answers...
Let the Record Show
A new show at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft upends ideas about what’s fit to print.
Brigitte Martin on Crafthaus...
Emerging Objects' 3D-printed products...
Reclaimed and Renewed
Goods that renew...
Kathryn Clark’s Foreclosure Quilts series...
Shows to See: August/September 2015
Coast to coast shows to check out as summer turns to fall...
Shows to See: October/November 2015
Craft exhibitions from Pomona to Philadelphia...
The Big Picture
In Kansas City, Dick Belger and Evelyn Craft Belger are working to support the arts, across the country and in their own backyard.
The Power of Art
Seeding an arts district at Duncan McClellan Gallery.
Ties that Bind
Shenequa A. Brooks' synthetic hair sculptures.
Jo Hamilton combines her experience as a painter with her love of crochet.
Web Extras: August/September 2015
As seen in the current issue of American Craft magazine...
What Ancient Marks Reveal About Modern Makers
Though artists often work alone, they still contribute to a community.