A New Frontier
Glass artists Bengt Hokanson and Trefny Dix have made reinvention a career staple.
How Polymer Hit the Big Time
The once-snubbed material makes a grand entrance in the art world.
Craft: State of the Market
Gallery owners, online retailers, art dealers, and more share the inside line on the craft marketplace today.
Fill in the B____
Kevin Snipes creates highly personal narrative works – challenging the rest of us to decode their meanings.
In This Issue
All This and More
A survey of art and design in postwar America.
Art for the 'Real World'
Exploring Omaha's sizzling Hot Shops Art Center.
A group of Twin Cities arts advocates launches the world's first arts CSA.
Betty Cooke: Art + Work
What are the secrets to a successful craft retail business? Betty Cooke knows a few.
Birthday Gifts for MoCC
The Museum of Contemporary Craft's 75th anniversary exhibition.
Built to Last
Lizz Wasserman left behind a career as a mass-market clothing designer to launch her Popomomo line.
A whirlwind tour of midcentury art in Manhattan.
As the SOFA show rolls into Chicago, Margaret Hawkins surveys a city teeming with craft artists, co-ops, and galleries.
Image Is Everything
Talking shop with the owners of browngrotta arts gallery.
Ceramist Andrew Gilliatt puts the fun in functional.
The best of the "Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A., 1945-1980" exhibitions.
Missteps and Magnificence
Reviewing "Furniture with Soul: Master Woodworkers and Their Craft"
Necessity, Mother of Cool Furniture
Doug Meyer reclaims Ohio's rustbelt.
The results of our spring survey are in!
The Big Questions with Glenn Adamson
In a new column, Glenn Adamson tackles the word "craft" and his ultimate dinner party guest list.
The Uncertainty Principle
Facing uncertain times.
Geoffrey Gorman transforms 21st century detritus into otherworldly beasts.
What Will Have the Biggest Impact on the Craft Marketplace?
We ask Fo Wilson, Ron Cook, Vanessa Bertozzi, Marge Gambow, Kim Saul, and Ried Knapp.