• Paola Grizi, Guess

    The Week in Craft: February 13, 2019

    The 107th annual College Art Association conference is this week, the Oregon College of Art and Craft is closing, the Museum of Modern Art closes for renovations this summer, adorable downloadable Valentine's Day cards, and more.
  • Maryam Ashkanian, Sleep Series

    The Week in Craft: February 6, 2019

    The untold stories behind Senegalese gold jewelry, Susan R. Ewing is named director of the Cranbrook Academy of Art, Shannon Stratton resigns from MAD, remembering Florence Knoll Bassett, and more.
  • Sarah Koik, Why Not Two

    Clay Dreams

    Pitchers that pour against all odds, animal totems, and other visions demonstrate clay’s potential.
  • Christina Erives working pottery

    Get Your Hands Dirty

    Getting your hands on any material – wood, paper, yarn, bread dough – organizes your attention and builds physical skills.
  • Ruth Adler Schnee Fission Chips

    It’s All Design

    Ruth Adler Schnee distilled the optimism of midcentury modernism in her textile designs. Now her work is getting a well-deserved second look.
  • Tom Joyce, Tenet

    Ghost in the Machine

    Tom Joyce pays tribute to the instruments and equipment that were once indispensable in his daily practice.
  • Esther Shimazu in studio.

    Joie de Vivre

    Hawaii artist Esther Shimazu’s figures exude happiness in the raw.
  • Philadelphia skyline

    The Week in Craft: January 23, 2019

    Registration is now open for the ACC conference "Present Tense 2019," Hyperallergic compiles some of the best signs from the 2019 Women's March, recipients are announced for the 2019 Craft Research Fund and the 2019 USA Artists Fellows, and more.