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A Modest Manifesto for Museums
A Nobel laureate turns his thoughts to museums: what they do, and what they could do better.
Around the World
Books for fans of dec arts, design, and textile history.
By Any Other Name
Concepts of craft are rooted in language.
The Washington Glass School got the opportunity to reinterpret the historic Library of Congress doors in glass.
Craft Road Trips
Craft destinations all over the nation...
Expand Your World
A change of scenery can do an artist a world of good.
A Wisconsin artist's quilt traces the changing land.
From Shows to Shop
The Peabody Essex Museum Shop is a standout.
Jack Lenor Larsen has translated travel into textile innovation.
Lincoln, Grant, and Two Other Guys
Ignatius Creegan and Rod Givens remake an antebellum mansion and fill it with objects they love.
Ariele Alasko uses waste wood from old Brooklyn buildings in her geometric works.
Shows to See: June/July 2013
Where to see handmade works this summer.
Tova Lund's jewelry is both monumental and intricately detailed.
The Outer Limits
Works inspired by, and inspiring, cosmic ponderings.
The Sleep of Poets
Kerry Larkin's Comma Workshop stitches her prose poems onto quilts.
Web Extras: June/July 2013
As seen in the June/July 2013 issue of American Craft magazine...
What Is Your Dream Museum?
From contents to funding, what would make a museum just right.