Shakers mingle in this multimedia production at the New York Choral Society.
A new book and show at Cooper Hewitt introduces the artist’s vivid, textural world to a new generation.
Amber Cowan’s entrancing sculptures share the spotlight with antique objects, illuminating the history and enduring possibilities of American glass art.
In the wake of COVID-19’s house-bound isolation, art materials and motifs derived from the home seem charged with new meaning and a searching sense of reinvention.
Each voice in This Long Thread intersects to reveal the collective chronicles, struggles, and triumphs of women of color in today’s craft landscape.
The artists in Mesh collectively delve into connections to land and to community, pushing back against colonizing forces, and reclaiming their own narratives and power.
Today, “Kitchen” and its themes of women’s work and thankless labor are as sharp and fresh as ever.
The World According to Sound’s listening series has breathed new life into stagnant stay-at-home days and given me a meditative tool for coping with ever creeping anxiety.
With the scarcity of human contact, crafting offers a tactile and sensory experience, a different type of touch and connection.
The American painter was a member of the legendary artist group Spiral and continues to make art every day in his studio in Santa Cruz.
Sometimes affection sprouts up in unexpected forms. Sometimes a core of graphite mixed with clay and encased in a tube of wood can surprise you. It hooked me, anyway.
“I’m an artist who prefers to paint things for people rather than for walls,” Neumann explained in 1971.