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At about 50,000 residents, Olympia, Washington, supports an outsize arts scene.
Reviews of Craft for a Modern World, Slow Stitch, and American Studio Ceramics...
Leading a craft museum is challenging, the recent closure of the Museum of Contemporary Craft suggests.
Can functional pottery be contemporary art?
History at Hand
New digital resources at the ACC Library...
Doubles may be defined by their common traits, but they’re distinguished by their departures.
Car crashes, semi-nude selfies: Erin M. Riley reinterprets these voyeuristic visions on the loom.
With their piles of instrument parts, Lisa and Scott Cylinder are taking the components of one art form – music – and creating another.
Shows to See: June/July 2016
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Siemon and Salazar
Glass artists Caleb Siemon and Carmen Salazar reflect on their balanced business strategy.
A pair of glass artists meld nostalgia and modernism in their comfy Tennessee sanctuary.
The evolution of Santa Fe gallery Tansey Contemporary...