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Inside the Exhibit: Connie Kimmerle on Paul Evans

A Michener Museum curator shares insights on this first-ever retrospective of the famed designer's work...

Retro Library Cocktail Party

New York City mayor Robert F. Wagner Jr. joins Mrs. Webb in the ACC Library for a 1964 reception..

The Modernist Forms of Ruth Duckworth

Celebrating the anniversary of the birth of one of the 20th century's leading female sculptors...

The Week in Craft: April 9, 2014

Flexible wooden blankets, artsy Easter eggs, embroidered Cheerios, and more…

Don Reitz's World Famous Salt Glaze Ceramic Technique

We celebrate the methods of master Don Reitz, who died recently at age 84.

Remembering: Don Reitz

Paying tribute to a remarkable educator, innovator, and leader in the ceramic arts...

Craft Horizons on Pinterest

Vote for your favorite cover and enter to win a year's membership to the ACC.

The Week in Craft: March 18, 2014

Curveball coins, the half-pipe as island, an art canon of cats, and more...

All His Own

Among midcentury ceramists’ work, Harrison McIntosh’s stands apart.

The Journey So Far

Craft in America's founder recalls how the documentary series got its start.

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