Deeply Felt Statements
Kiwon Wang brings a poet's sensitivity to her sculptural jewelry.
Joe Cunningham adds a dose of anarchy to age-old quilting traditions.
We hear from 15 of 90-year-old potter Warren MacKenzie's former students.
The Open Door
Warren MacKenzie has influenced generations of potters through the simple act of welcoming them into his home.
In This Issue
Lessons from the first year of Benchspace Gallery & Workshop.
Reviews of Unconventional & Unexpected, Strange Material, and In the Realm of Nature...
Form Follows Figure
Malagueta garments radiate someing few art-to-wear lines can claim: body consciousness.
School supplies are surprising and inventive art materials. Here are seven artists who make the grade.
Into the Woods
Anzfer Farms' clever, classy furniture.
Iron on the Hoof
John Lopez had a career in classical bronze casting before scrap-metal sculpture caught his attention.
Making as Morality
The premise of the manual training movement: Children need handwork to become upstanding citizens.
Mountain Meets Modern: Knoxville, Tennessee
At the edge of the Smoky Mountains, craft thrives with an Appalachian heart.
On the Go
A collection of covetable handmade goods.
What's ahead for the Virginia A. Groot Foundation.
Shows to See: December/January 2015
Shows you'll want to see from Portland, Oregon, to Pennsylvania.
Cody Hoyt's striking, striated ceramics.
The Ladies and the Tiger
At Fancy Tiger Crafts in Denver, co-owners Amber Corcoran and Jaime Jennings want to empower people to reach their creative potential.
Marc Petrovic's Courage.
Web Extras: December/January 2015
As seen in the December/January 2015 issue of American Craft magazine...
Who Makes a Good Teacher?
The elements of classroom style.
Who Needs Education?
Every artist does, whether it's formal or not.
Whom In Your Field Do You Admire?
Five readers weigh in with answers...