The Long View
Jonathan Kline’s sleek and sturdy forms have enriched American basketry.
In Kenji Nakayama’s skillful hands, signs draw attention and spur conversations.
Queen of Parts
Robin Cass’ sculptures skirt the boundary between attraction and repulsion.
The Village Potter
In a "post-object world," Michael Strand uses craft as a catalyst for connection.
In This Issue
50 Years of Building Community
In its half century of existence, Craft Alliance has built a unique kind of community.
All His Own
Among midcentury ceramists’ work, Harrison McIntosh’s stands apart.
All Together Now
Artful objects that prove there is strength – and beauty – in coming together as one.
Julie Green’s plates humanize prisoners facing the death penalty.
Art-based activists are made of sturdy stuff.
New perspectives on what craft can do and how it's made.
Despite its reputation for urban decay and economic woes, Detroit is a place where art truly makes a difference.
Gwyneth Leech's daily cup of coffee led her to an unexpected project.
Face of War
Christa Assad uses art to call attention to victims of violence in Syria.
Faith in Craft
An Atlanta church becomes a showcase for the work of local artists.
Arty goods that help make the world a better place.
Shows to See: April/May 2014
Art blooms all across America this spring.
Jack and Holman Wang have felted their way through nine literary classics, with more to come.
As glass sculptor Jason Chakravarty's work has grown more spare, it seems more freighted with meaning.
The Journey So Far
The World Beyond Studio Glass
A glass secessionism founder sees a new future for the medium.
Fourteen artists address violence in an exhibition that goes beyond a display of art.
Web Extras: April/May 2014
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