• Deborah Kruger Cambodia

    A Different Feather

    As textile artist Deborah Kruger turns to plastics, she’s finding new dimensions in her work.
  • Charissa Brock Allegro

    Big Bamboo

    In bamboo, artist Charissa Brock has found passion, inspiration, and ongoing challenge.
  • Pippa Dyrlaga, Bumble

    The Week in Craft: January 16, 2019

    Sarah Thornton explores the world of art jewelry, major art institutions are changing their names, remembering Elise Winters, artist opportunities for travel, work, and residencies, and more.
  • Jordan Nassar working

    Gray Area

    In vivid embroideries, Jordan Nassar considers how divergent cultures overlap and coexist.
  • Alison Croney Moses in classroom

    On Her Own Terms

    An artist and instructor, Alison Croney Moses sees no reason to be boxed in.
  • Andy Cooperman pliers

    Prisoners of Their Own Devices

    Tools can be a big investment, but that doesn’t make them precious. Metalsmith Andy Cooperman argues for makers to use, rather than worship, their tools.
  • Michael Alm, Jack Rabbit (Lepus californicus)

    The Week in Craft: January 9, 2019

    Remembering Sidney D. Rosoff, the government shutdown causes the Renwick to close, the British Museum re-identifies one of its objects, the business of being an artist, and more.
  • John Ed De Vera, Moleskine X Tmall

    The Week in Craft: January 2, 2019

    Carve your old Christmas trees with the American Swedish Institute, 3D-printed glass from MIT, the New York Times explores glitter, remembering Warren MacKenzie, and more.