Joseph Cavalieri makes stained glass as you've probably never seen it – celebrating not saints and virtues but rather pop culture. We caught up with him on a residency in Italy, where he's given his signature work a decidedly Italian flavor.
When one of the majestic poplar trees near the Wharton Esherick Museum was ready to come down, they decided to do something interesting with the wood. The resulting show, "Poplar Culture: The Celebration of a Tree," opens with a preview party on May 20 and goes until June 10. American Craft talks with museum director Paul Eisenhauer about the show.
Jack Lenor Larsen fabrics have for decades graced exceptional interiors, representing the ultimate in sophisticated modern design with a handcrafted aesthetic – the “Larsen Look.” Now, as his Longhouse Reserve opens its new museum store, he's been honored with an interior design lifetime achievement award.
Why Quilts Matter: History, Art, & Politics is a nine-part documentary series that explores the role of quilts in our culture. American Craft interviewed executive producer Shelly Zegart about her role in the making of the series as well as her love of quilts and the craft world.