The October/November issue of American Craft magazine celebrates the recipients of the 2018 American Craft Council Awards.
Inside, you'll find in-depth profiles of the honorees, a deep survey of what "craft" means, thoughts from new leaders in the craft field, a look inside the home and life of ACC Fellow Garry Knox Bennett and his wife Sylvia, the enchanting craft scene in Santa Fe, and so much more.
Find it on newsstands now, online starting October 1, or in your mailbox as an American Craft Council membership benefit.
More from This Issue
"Craft" by Any Other Name
Defining craft is treacherous. What do you think it means?
Wendell Castle's Arm in Arm.
Read reviews of J. Fred Woell: An American Vision, Cræft, and Radical Matter.
Can't Stop, Won't Stop
Recent works by past ACC Fellows show they’re not resting on their laurels.
A blend of cultures and traditions old and new make Santa Fe an enchanting craft destination.
Heartbreak and Hope
Ahrong Kim’s ceramic sculptures reflect her experience as an immigrant.
La Loupe Design
La Loupe Design’s stylish lighting.
Asiya sports hijabs help make athletics accessible to Muslim women.
With equal parts hard work and humor, Sylvia and Garry Knox Bennett have made a marriage, and a life, built to last.
Resurrecting a Legacy
Shedding light on an overlooked master helped woodworker Craig Edelbrock tap into his own creativity.
Sara Thompson’s silver vessels.
Shows to See: October / November 2018
Exhibitions that showcase Native American artists.
The Burke Prize
Learn about the Museum of Arts and Design's new $50,000 prize.
View from the Top
Innovation and new audiences are among new craft leaders’ big priorities.
With Open Arms
A new project by the pussyhat co-creator seeks to make immigrants feel at home.
Work and Whimsy
Goods to help get the job done – or just have fun.