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Crafting a Continuum: Matthias Pliessnig

Crafting a Continuum: Matthias Pliessnig
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Apr 3, 2012 6:00PM
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ASU Art Museum Tempe, AZ
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Tohru Matsuzaki: Works in Urushi Lacquer

Tohru Matsuzaki: Works in Urushi Lacquer
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Mar 15, 2012 10:00AM to Apr 14, 2012 8:00PM
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Shows to See: Alchemy, Dragons, Shifting Paradigms, and More

March is jam-packed full of awesome craft events. Here are five must-see shows. Head over to the calendar to see more events happening across the country.

Why I Make: Because Beauty Still Matters

I make simply because I have to. It is like having to breathe to live...

Wendell Castle

Wendell Castle
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Bob Stocksdale

Bob Stocksdale
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Unearthing the Story of Emil Milan: A Research Project with Heart

The American Craft Council library contains books, catalogs, and unique files with information on thousands of artists from throughout the United States. However, in spite of our best efforts, it would be impossible to exhaustively capture the biography and work of every craftsperson, especially if they've been making under the radar. Woodworker and sculptor Emil Milan is one example of a highly revered artist with few accounts or files of his work in either the ACC collection or the world at large.

Remembering: Jan Peters

Jan Peters, co-founder and director of del Mano Gallery in Los Angeles, passed away December 5 after a 12-year battle with cancer at the age of 64.

Idiosyncratic Wharton Esherick

Exploring the archived exhibition collection "The Furniture and Sculpture of Wharton Esherick"...

Deck the Halls with Sustainable Wood Ornaments

Last weekend I spied these intricate, laser-cut ornaments made by Matt and Amie of Timber Green Woods.

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