TEACHERS highlights artists committed to sharing the skills and passion for craft with students of all ages. Featuring Navajo weavers Barbara Teller Ornelas and Lynda Teller Pete at Idyllwild Arts, glass artist Mark Mitsuda at Punahou School, glass artist Therman Statom, and... MORE »
Rooted: Craft Origins from the California Episode December 8, 2018-January 26, 2019 Rooted: Craft Origins from the California Episode is an exhibition tracing the deep roots of craft in California’s history and the roles of native plant life as inspiration... MORE »
Downpilot with special guest Bhama Roget Saturday December 22, 7pm The creative force behind the Seattle-based indie band Downpilot is critically lauded singer/songwriter, Paul Hiraga. Having recently finished a European tour, Hiraga will be performing songs from his latest... MORE »
As we approach the last few days of Pamela Weir-Quiton’s “Made to Play” exhibition, the Craft in America Center made sure it invited as many people as possible to view these wooden creatures before they went away. The Center... MORE »
Maureen Cummins (b. 1963) is a native New Yorker. She received a BFA from the Cooper Union School of Art, where she studied Fine Art with an emphasis on Printmaking and Book Arts. She has studied with master printers... MORE »
Pamela Weir-Quiton discussing her transition from clay to wood and emergence of the doll motif that continues throughout her career. “Made to Play” is on view at the Craft in America Center October 13-December 1, 2018.
Jugtown Pottery is featured in the ORIGINS episode of Craft in America. Jugtown Pottery, one of America’s oldest potteries, is located in Seagrove, NC. Vernon Owens, a sixth generation potter, has been making pots at Jugtown for over 50 years,... MORE »
In this lesson, students get to know three American potters who are connected by their individual experiences as apprentices at Leach Pottery in St. Ives, England. Students will also be introduced to two internationally influential potters – Bernard Leach... MORE »