NEIGHBORS explores the people, history, and traditions of crafts from the U.S. and Mexico, noting how aesthetics cross over and back again in a living and ongoing cultural exchange. Featured artists include ceramic artist Gerardo Monterrubio; ceramic artists Magdalena Pedro... MORE »
Mano-Made: New Expression in Craft by Latino Artists Jaime Guerrero August 26 – October 7, 2017 A trio of solo exhibitions by Mexican-Californian craft pioneers Curated by Emily Zaiden, Craft in America Center Director (En español a continuación.) Craft... MORE »
It’s hard to believe that Craft in America has aired on PBS for ten years! What a grand experience these ten years have been! The objects on display for the 10thAnniversary Exhibition at the Craft in America Center on West Third... MORE »
Jaime Guerrero artist talk Saturday, September 23, 2017, 4pm Jaime Guerrero was born and lives in Los Angeles, California. He began his studies at California College of Art and Crafts (Oakland, CA), then attended the Pilchuck School of Glass... MORE »
Mano-Made: New Expression in Craft by Latino Artists is a trio of subsequent solo exhibitions by three preeminent Mexican Californian artists — Jaime Guerrero (8/26-10/7), Gerardo Monterrubio (10/14-11/25) and Consuelo Jimenez Underwood (12/2-1/20). Each artist employs unprecedented formal approaches... 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.