Quotes for thought and a highlight from craft and design around the world.
Did You Know?
Michael Prokopow considers Living Heritage.
Six makers: Identity & Function.
Under the Radar
Spotting lesser known talent in Saskatchewan.
Review: Eye of the Needle and Black Gold Tapestry
Andrew Rabyniuk reviews two shows in AB.
Review: Face à Face
Linda Savineau reviews a Canadian jewellery exhibition in Paris.
Review: John Little: Forging a Life
Ray Cronin reviews the blacksmith’s retrospective in NS.
Review: Vitamin C: Clay + Ceramic in Contemporary Art
Leopold Kowolik reviews the new book.
2018 Bronfman Award Winner
Julia Krueger celebrates the work of the great vesselist, recognized by the Canada Council’s highest honour.
The Making of an Identity
Victoria Stephen meets great Canadian luthier George Rizsanyi and discusses sourcing the best material.
Making Made Visible
Mia Hunt talks about the powerful work of Inspirations Studio, bringing craft and hope to lives marginalized by poverty.
Developing Ideas Through Making
Two Canadian ceramicists, Nurielle Stern and Mary McKenzie share a life- and making changing residency experience.
Outside the White Cube
What is the ideology of a decolonized gallery? What might that mean? Sarah Swan began by asking these questions – she shares some initial answers.
Skin Boats Float Hope in the North
Boat builders from across the Arctic met on the Yukon River in summer 2017 to share traditional techniques in the Dań Kwanje ‘Á-Nààn festival. Genesee Keevil met the makers.