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Montreal, Quebec

Tour the craft scene of this cosmopolitan city.

The Peaceable Queendom

Adelaide Paul's fantastical yet realistic mixed-media animal sculptures.

Dominic Di Mare: Houses for the Sacred

In the October/November 1982 American Craft, Betty Park profiled the singular Bay Area artist Dominic Di Mare, whose mixed-media sculptures drew on deeply felt experiences. Christine Kaminsky notes the varied artistic directions Di Mare has pursued in subsequent decades.

Honors at Baltimore and Atlanta

ACC show awards and publishing debut of the Council's conference book.

Following the Threads

A review of Elissa Auther's String Felt Thread: The Hierarchy of Art and Craft in American Art.

Celebrating the Expendable

Kate Cusak transforms everyday objects into elegant works of art.

Exploring Woven Tapestry: Archie Brennan

Exploring Woven Tapestry: Archie Brennan
Sep 10, 2010 to Oct 3, 2010


GAGA Arts Center Garnerville, NY

Jewelry and More

“My goal is to make craft accessible,” says Brigette Martin, “by showing interesting work in an unintimidating environment.”

And the Winners Are...

Somewhere between an Olympics medal ceremony and “Candid Camera” falls the annual Awards Walking Tour at the American Craft Council's Baltimore Show. Each year, we invite two specialists in the craft field to jury the show, selecting six Award of Excellence recipients and two winners in the Booth Design category. This year's jurors were Jane Milosch of the Smithsonian American Art Museum and Josephine Shea, curator of the Edsel & Eleanor Ford House, a historic home near Detroit.


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