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Alicia Scardetta's candy-colored textiles...
Black and Gold
Sumptuous goods for your house and wardrobe.
Citywide: Omaha, Nebraska
From established arts districts to fledgling venues, the craft scene in this Midwestern city is booming.
Reviews of Moving Sam Maloof, People Knitting, and Subversive Ceramics.
Edgewood Made is on a mission to fill every room in your home with deliberate, simple housewares.
“Little Dreams in Glass and Metal: Enameling in America, 1920 to the Present” features 121 pieces by 94 makers.
As math and science scholars, Martin and Erik Demaine operate at the leading edge of technological innovation.
Jewelry to Think By
Collector Lois Boardman on her donation of provocative jewelry to LACMA.
In Michigan, an expansion of the Flint Institute of Arts is under way.
Resistance Is Fruitful
How masters not only endure, but thrive.
Pat Kruse collaborates with son Gage to carry on traditional Ojibwe birch-bark techniques.
Shows to See: October / November 2016
The fall’s top shows.
Donna Ruff's 2.23.13.
The Invisible Hands
Jenni Sorkin offers a compelling look at three iconic figures of the modern ceramics movement.
Treadway Toomey on the auction business.
Artists honor the good, the bad, and the questionable.
What's the Best Lesson a Mentor Ever Taught You?
Readers share their best lessons learned from mentors.