April/May 2018

April/May 2018

The Family Issue
American Craft April/May 2018 cover
Issue Number
2
Volume Number
78

The April/May 2018 issue of American Craft is available now and features 20 artists with creative DNA. On the cover are brothers Simon and Nikolai Haas and their lovable brood. Also in the issue: Calvin Ma's charming characters, a legacy planning guide for artists, why Lisbon should be on your list of craft destinations to visit, and more. 

Articles will become available online throughout April and May. To read the articles sooner than they're available online, become a member and enjoy a subscription to American Craft magazine as part of your ACC membership.

Features

Nancy Callan Katherine Gray

Support System

Though miles separate them, glass artists Nancy Callan and Katherine Gray have forged a lasting friendship, in the studio and out.
Calvin Ma Lighten Up

At Home in the World

San Francisco ceramist Calvin Ma’s charming characters make their way through an angst-filled world. He can relate.
Hank Willis Thomas Will You Fly or Will You Vanish

A Legacy Unceasing

Growing up in an inventive environment fueled Hank Willis Thomas’ passion for art and activism.
Haas Family

A Right-Brained Bunch

Brothers Nikolai and Simon Haas may be polar opposites, but their mom says they make the perfect team.

In Every Issue

One Piece

Editor's Letter

Material Matters

Brandy Clements

Cane Clan

Silver River Center for Chair Caning carries on family tradition in Asheville, North Carolina.

Product Placement

The Short List

As I See It

Earl Pardon bracelet

In My Father’s House

Being raised by artists isn’t always easy, but one maker’s relationship with his father helped show him the way with his own child.

On Our Radar

koe-zee political piece

Koe-zee

Koe-zee’s embroidery for the next generation.

Ideas

Personal Paths

Robert Long Jackson Accent Lamps

Re-Lit

Robert Long brings his father’s lighting designs back into the workshop.

Personal Paths

Crafted Lives

Judy Smilow

Reviving Utopia

A peek into the Manhattan home of Judy Smilow, who’s refreshing her father’s modernist furniture.

Shows to See

Goods

Wide World of Craft