Sixty years on, the Archie Bray Foundation is still providing a cutting-edge experience for a dazzling variety of ceramic artists.
In Vivian Beer's hands, rigid metal becomes impossibly curvy furniture.
Itinerant Artist:Sheila Hicks
Textiles legend Sheila Hicks has never stopped traveling the world and seeking new horizons in her work.
Slow Germination,Sudden Blossoming
Myung Urso's one-of-a-kind compositions are catching everyone's attention.
In This Issue
Craft Meets Art
Asheville's Blue Spiral 1 is one of four distinct galleries (and a two-screen art-film house) owned by John Cram.
Gary S. Griffin: Lifelong Learner
Master metalsmith Gary S. Griffin is still eager to venture into unknown territory.
Haystack Embraces High-Tech
What role does digital production play in craft?
Hearts of Wood
Heechan Kim creates exquisitely delicate sculptures of paper-thin wood and prickly metal.
How Does Heritage Influence Your Work?
In each issue, we ask members of the craft community to answer a question. For June/July 2011, we asked how heritage influences their work.
It Started with a Kazoo
The magnificent obsession of Jan Huling.
People & Places
Surface Design in St. Paul, a rare gift to the Renwick, 25 years of woodturning, and Pritam & Eames at 30.
Prague: Past Shaping Present
Prague is steeped in multiple histories of making.
Shop Till We Drop
Ellen Ruppel Shell, the author of Cheap, explains the high cost of discount culture.
Space to Create
In her new book Open Studios, Brooklyn-based designer Lotta Jansdotter grants us admission into some spaces we might never otherwise visit.
That Crucial Touch
When was the last time you made something with your own two hands?
The Gang's All Here
Please join us in welcoming our newest addition to the Minneapolis office, director of education Tana Hargest, who recently moved here from New
The Thrill of Throwing
Kim Westad's instantaneous connection with clay.