Women’s Work, Reworked
Fiber artist Sarah Zapata rethinks gender and identity with coiled rope and shag carpet.
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.
It's the End of the World As They Know It
Lori Nix and Kathleen Gerber’s vision of the future is miniature, intricate, and apocalyptic.
Woodworker Ellie Richards is dead serious about play.
The Spaces Between
Tim Tate no longer feels invisible, but that doesn’t mean he’s stopped looking within.
Cannupa Hanska Luger builds sculptures and installations that shatter misconceptions.
In Helen Lee’s captivating sculptures, light speaks.
As studio and life partners, Michael Schunke and Josie Gluck pursue perfection.
The Exquisite Contradictions of Thaddeus Wolfe
There’s nothing new about moldblowing – except, of course, what Thaddeus Wolfe makes with the technique. The Brooklyn artist shares how tradition can nurture innovation.
We are pleased to announce the 2017 Emerging Voices artist and scholar, as well as our shortlist artists.
Louder Than Words
Piotr Szyhalski’s larger-than-life letterpress amplifies voices in an age of protest.
Intentions and Impact
Theaster Gates’ social-practice initiatives show how tricky it can be to do unadulterated good.
The Hat that Roared
An upcoming exhibition traces how a humble handmade cap became a global symbol of protest.
To See Clearly
Through his expansive sculptures, artist and teacher Jaime Guerrero wants to shed light on people in the shadows.
Run, Jump, Explore
The MacAdams’ vibrant crocheted play structures spread joy – and encourage risk-taking.
Ephemeral Is Beautiful
Patrick Dougherty aims to amaze with his monumental stick sculptures.
The Rare Craft Fellowship Award, presented by the ACC in association with whiskymaker The Balvenie, recognizes artists in time-honored disciplines.
In Risa Puno’s interactive works, play’s the thing.