American Craft Inquiry

American Craft Inquiry

Are you ready for a new voice? Issue two of the journal is here.


Issue two of American Craft Inquiry is here. Our newest publication settles into its intended format, featuring in-depth essays on contemporary and historical issues, exhibition reviews, and a deep, detailed look at items from our archives. Dive into the graphic design evolution of Craft Horizons, the history of glass, Alice Kagawa Parrott, and more.

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I think American Craft Inquiry has arrived at a great time. Scholarly interest in craft has really blossomed in the last 10 years or so. There isn’t really a magazine that falls in-between that has a serious approach that’s fairly in-depth and researched that isn’t necessarily by and for academics and scholars. ~ Sarah Archer, contributing editor


 

American Craft Inquiry

American Craft Inquiry, the American Craft Council’s new publication, expands the Council’s position as a thought leader in the field. In the best tradition of intellectual exchange, Inquiry features in-depth essays on contemporary and historical issues, exhibition reviews, and a deep, detailed look at items from our archives. Founded on the principle of collaboration – with writers, curators, scholars, and artists – Inquiry seeks to provoke not only reaction, but action.

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"Nothing exists in the craft field like the ACC's new journal, American Craft Inquiry." ~Jessica Shaykett, librarian and archivist

Watch a video of editor Michael Radyk, designer Moon Jung Jang, and contributing writer Jessica Shaykett to learn more about this exciting new addition to the craft field.