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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.
Serge Bloch illustration

The Business of Being an Artist

Whether you’re just getting started or considering social practice or craft shows, others have walked that path before you. We talked to successful artists about what they’ve learned.
Ellie Richards Broom Time series

Merry Maker

Woodworker Ellie Richards is dead serious about play.
Tim Tate Intimations on Immortality

The Spaces Between

Tim Tate no longer feels invisible, but that doesn’t mean he’s stopped looking within.
Cannupa Hanska Luger

Creative Disruption

Cannupa Hanska Luger builds sculptures and installations that shatter misconceptions.
Michael Schunke and Josie Gluck Opaline Jewel Bottles

Pure Harmony

As studio and life partners, Michael Schunke and Josie Gluck pursue perfection.
Jennifer Ling Datchuk Blue and White Elegant Ingenue

Emerging Voices

We are pleased to announce the 2017 Emerging Voices artist and scholar, as well as our shortlist artists.
Piotr Szyhalski

Louder Than Words

Piotr Szyhalski’s larger-than-life letterpress amplifies voices in an age of protest.
Theaster Gates

Intentions and Impact

Theaster Gates’ social-practice initiatives show how tricky it can be to do unadulterated good.
2017 women's march

The Hat that Roared

An upcoming exhibition traces how a humble handmade cap became a global symbol of protest.