What inspires a person to choose a career in craft? How does one acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to become a craft artist? PROCESS features 92nd Street Y, jewelers Roberta & Dave Williamson, ceramists Cary Esser and Nikki Lewis,... MORE »
Made to Play: A Retrospective of Wood by Pamela Weir-Quiton October 13 – December 1, 2018 With more than fifty years of woodworking under her tool belt, Craft in America Center is pleased to present a retrospective of functional... MORE »
Friday, October 19, 2018, 7pm Craft in America Center A conversation about Felicia Rice’s 40-year career as an artist and her collaborations with writers and other artists. Rice is featured in the VISIONARIES episode, premiering on PBS on December... MORE »
Pamela Weir-Quiton’s “Made to Play” exhibition at the Center has seen a lot of foot traffic its opening week and we can’t help but enjoy the glee on visitor’s faces when they’re informed that they may ride the rocking... MORE »
Cynthia Bringle is a ceramic artist, who lives and works in Penland, North Carolina. Although she is most well known for her ceramics, she is also a painter and printmaker. She earned a BFA from Memphis Academy of Art and... MORE »
Browse part 3 of 3 of the Good Enough to Eat: the Fusion of Food and Craft series This final chapter, Good Enough to Eat: Food as Medium for Craft, tops off this series of exhibitions focusing on the intersection of... MORE »
In this lesson, students will explore the collaborative work of Roberta and Dave Williamson. Through examples of the Williamsons’ found object jewelry, three concepts are explored: collaboration, juxtaposition and personal adornment. After participating in investigations dealing with associations and... MORE »
U.S. Army farrier Charles Morrison shows how he cleans and shoes the horses of the caisson platoon that serves Arlington National Cemetery. The caissons are featured in the SERVICE episode of Craft in America.