Space Is the Place
Sarah and Joseph Belknap look to the skies to find their artistic mission.
Coast to Coast
From California to Ireland and back again, Laura Mays and her partner, Rebecca Yaffe, have found abundant inspiration.
LJ Roberts has a home in the activist tradition of textiles.
Agent of Change
Drawing on his own experiences, Roberto Lugo speaks for many.
In Every Issue
On Our Radar
Metalsmith Aric Verrastro's hometown pride...
Glass from the Past
Bill Gudenrath has spent his career uncovering how glass – ancient and historical – was crafted.
Haptic Lab's stitched cities...
Courtney Mattison's Coral Triangle II.
Metalsmith Sue Amendolara has found travel to be her creative catalyst.
Wide World of Craft
North Star: Oslo
The Norwegian capital is gathering steam as an international hub of craft.
What creates a sense of place is as wide-ranging as human perception...
Otto in Wonderland
A mixed-media artist's cheery assemblages fill her Los Angeles home.
Shows to See
Shows to See: April/May 2016
Springtime exhibitions call attention to tiny details...
The Short List
Reviews of Quilt Local, New Nordic Design, and Rooted...
SNAG's new conference model...
Talking shop with Ruth and Rick Snyderman...
Stories in the Cloth
An exhibition and a book of quilts honor 400 years of African American history.
An assortment of handmade goods...
The Artist On the Block
In changing times, Joyce J. Scott’s beloved Baltimore remains her haven.
With glass, cardboard, and a keen eye, Morgan Madison creates a diary of the built and natural worlds.
Web Extras: April/May 2016
As seen in the April/May 2016 issue of American Craft magazine...
What Places Have Inspired Your Work?
Six readers weigh in...