Weaving the Sea
Incorporating shells, bones, and other ephemera washed up by the ocean, renowned fiber artist Kay Sekimachi creates jewelry born on the beach.
Aileen Osborn Webb Awards
Reaching for continuity in a year of profound transition, the American Craft Council bestows its awards for outstanding artistic achievement, leadership and service in the craft field.
In This Issue
Artist/naturalist Patterson Clark harvests invasive plants and turns them into paper, ink, and art.
Baltimore Clayworks at 30
Reflecting on three decades of nurturing an artist-centered community.
Stephanie DeArmond's sculptural letterforms are not easily defined.
Dan Dailey: Directions in Glass
We check in the with studio glass artist.
Farewell & Welcome
Goodbye, New York. Hello, Minneapolis!
Awards, grants, museum news, transitions: It's all happening in the craft world.
Jewelers’ Werk endures as one of the few and foremost galleries for leading-edge art jewelry.
Man of Quality
Some have called Thomas Day the father of North Carolina’s furniture industry.
State of Craft: Exploring the Studio Movement in Vermont 1960-2010
There's much to admire in a 50-year survey of the studio craft movement in Vermont.
Florian Roeper's furniture is at once warm and cool, sensuous and cerebral, organic and industrial.
The American Craft Council has taken root at its new location in Minneapolis.
Vienna: Applied Arts in a Kaffeehaus Culture
Vienna, the city that gave rise to the Wiener Werkstätte more than a century ago, nurtures a thriving community of makers who consider their home a bastion for the applied arts.
What is Your Reaction to the American Craft Council's Move from New York City to Minneapolis?
Craftspeople and others in the arts respond to a major organizational transition.