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October/November 2009

Volume #: 
69
Issue #: 
5

Issue Articles

Robin Rice digs into a striking show at University of Pennsylvania's Institute of Contemporary Art.

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American Craft Council Conference:
Creating a New Craft Culture
October 15–17, 2009
Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Events, gifts and grants, honors, transitions and memorials--all from the world of craft.

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The owners of a Richmond, Virginia-based studio create witty objects from vintage pressed glass.

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Twenty Canadian artists bring a distinctive flavor to textiles worldwide.

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The Duane Reed Gallery celebrates 15 years presenting "objects with craft roots."

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Home sweet durable home is a fragile place in Susan Taylor Glasgow's latest series.

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AMOCA highlights 60 years of pottery and sculpture by California legend Harrison McIntosh.

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From carved crayons to recycled dishes, Diem Chau offers tales of innocence, nostalgia and experience.

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The American Craft Council once again honors artistry, leadership and service in the craft field. Eleven individuals are singled out for their outstanding, and often groundbreaking, contributions.

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Since the fall of the wall and reunification, Berlin has become a magnet for craftspeople of every stripe, drawn by affordable live/work spaces and a progressive spirit. Jeweler Martina Windels accounts for the attraction.

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A 1980 article in American Craft profiled ceramic sculptor Patti Warashina.

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Dennis Stevens looks at craft’s different “political generations.”

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Artists and advocates of craft sound cautiously optimistic notes during a dismal period for the economy.

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