Stories

  • NBC Making It contestants

    Craft on TV

    Televised craft competitions offer a more nuanced view of the field than one might expect.
  • Laura Petrovich-Cheney Entanglement

    Material Memory

    Laura Petrovich-Cheney’s Entanglement repurposes salvage from homes leveled by hurricanes.
  • Ten Dots Textiles Classic collection

    Ten Dots Textiles

    As a Navy veteran and military spouse, Tenisha Dotstry of Ten Dots Textiles has led a nomadic life; basketry is a craft she can take with her wherever she goes.
  • Slumgullion

    Cabin Stories

    Karl Unnasch leads a behind-the-scenes tour of his installation Slumgullion (The Venerate Outpost) at the Philbrook Museum of Art.
  • 18th-century swan tureens

    Creature Comfort

    A show of domestic objects drawn from the collection of the Shelburne Museum in Vermont honors the human/animal bond throughout history.
  • Tim Miller Coil Benches

    Tim Miller Studio

    Emerging furniture designer Tim Miller’s small Brooklyn apartment is the perfect space for testing his versatile, modular pieces.
  • Jedediah Corwyn Voltz

    Dream Houses

    Jedediah Corwyn Voltz’s fantastical worlds take root in the most unexpected places.
  • FM20 reviews covers

    From Our Library: February / March 2020

    New books uncover makers preserving “lost arts” and provoke us to consider the carbon footprint of our clothing, while a podcast invites artists to share personal and professional advice.
  • Judith Schaechter stained glass

    Shows to See: February / March 2020

    Midcentury domestic design gleams in Southern California; tools tell stories in St. Louis; and in Asheville, North Carolina, artists imagine craft’s future.