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What a pleasure to come home after a week-long trip and find my article "Ode to the Corner Store" about Philly-based artist Drew Leshko in the newest issue of American Craft Magazine. Check out pages 30-31 in the June/July 2017 issue.…
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An exhibition at the Kasteel D'Ursel, Belgium, pairs artwork from Antwerp's Royal Museum of Fine Arts Old Master collections with contemporary artists pieces.
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That's the labor most of us do now. The work of doing what we don't necessarily feel like doing, the work of being a professional, the work of engaging with others in a way that leads to the best long-term outcome.…
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In a daily experience filled with political pretense and lies, the suggestion that a renown museum sells "museum-quality reproductions" "starting at $30" is mind blowing fake. Imagine the museum advertisement testifies that this is "custom Art on Demand reproduction from the exhibition" when in fact it is another piece of trash not even worth what you pay for it.
Anyone ever wonder about this and all the other junk in the Gift…Continue
The American Craft Council announced in a press release that executive director Chris Amundsen has tendered his resignation. Amundsen’s last day will be August 4, 2017.
Leilani Lattin Duke, ACC Life…Continue
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Photographs by TONY CENICOLA
MAY 5, 2017
Does anyone still wear a hat? For designers on Broadway this season, the answer was yes, actually, they very much do. Here’s a look at a season of…Continue
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San Francisco’s Velvet da Vinci will close July 1, owner Mike Holmes has announced, saying he plans to continue and expand the online presence of the gallery in lieu of its brick-and-mortar location. For 26 years, the influential jewelry gallery drew national talent and…Continue
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In April this year I was one of the lucky six jewellers to be chosen to go to Senegal with The Toolbox Initiative. This is a charity established by Matthieu Cheminee (award-winning jeweller, teacher, author and photographer) and Tim McCreight (jeweller, teacher and publisher) to assist the metalsmithing community in West Africa by donating tools and materials from…Continue
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A very full week last week, kicking off with meetings at Craftspace about an exciting project which is coming up in July, about which I will report in due course, and an opportunity for my students to design some very prestigious sporting…Continue
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Art Quilt Elements 2018 Call for Entries
Entry Deadline: October 6, 2017 ($45 entry fee)
Extended Deadline: October 10, 2017 ($65 entry fee)
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Etsy is unraveling.
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Metalsmith is an editorially independent publication from the Society of North American Goldsmiths (SNAG), the organization. SNAG checks in regularly with the larger metals and craft community (members and non-members alike) and asks for feedback.
Here's a recent digital…Continue
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It's been another long weekend with a bank holiday spent in Brighton, so this post is a little bit out-of-date! The weekend before last, saw the…
"I am really interested in sleeping people and I want to explore what they see in their dreams. I also believe they are in a different land or a different life. For me, when I start to sleep I really find myself in the middle of nowhere; in my utopia. I change into another person, or my real character, without a mask." …
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Asagi Maeda - A Passionate Narrative of City Life
Asagi Maeda sculpts minute details of a big city life. Bracelets erupt with skylines of tall buildings, alongside docks, and parks. Many of Maeda’s pieces are populated with golden figures performing daily tasks, playing music, commuting or simply “people watching.” The work…
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