Warren and Alixandra MacKenzie, “Letter to the Editor,” Craft Horizons 13, no. 3 (June 1953): 44-45. Reproduced with permission of the American Craft Council. ***FULL TEXT*** A letter on training for craftsmen from Alixandra and Warren MacKenzie of The Saint Paul Gallery and School of Art. To the Editor: As artists, potters—and readers of Craft […]
About Susannah Schouweiler
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Susannah Schouweiler contributed a whooping 106 entries.
Entries by Susannah Schouweiler
Rose Slivka, “The New Ceramic Presence,” Craft Horizons 21, no. 4 (July/August 1961): 31-37. Reproduced with permission of the American Craft Council. ***FULL TEXT*** THE NEW CERAMIC PRESENCE by ROSE SLIVKA AMERICAN ceramics—exuberant, bold, irreverent—has 111 excited admiration and controversy among craftsmen in every field both here and abroad. The most populated, aggressively experimental and […]
Richard F. Bach. “What is a Craftsman?” Craft Horizons 1, no. 1 (November 1941), 20-21. Reproduced with permission of the American Craft Council. ***FULL TEXT*** “CRAFTSMAN” is a much discussed word—one which should be properly defined and understood by all. Does it mean an attitude of mind, an ability in the use of one’s hands, […]
Read a curated selection of articles from archives of Craft Horizons magazine, and dig deeper into the stories of makers in the burgeoning American craft movement of the mid-20th century. All reproduced with permission of the American Craft Council.
Sat. April 13, 2 – 5 p.m.
Join the artistic duo, Third Daughter Restless Daughter, for an afternoon of nontraditional crafts by way of subversive cross-stitch.
Sat., April 20, 2 p.m.
Get special insight into the M’s collection of craft and historic commitment to makers in this members-only tour through the spring exhibition with Executive Director Kristin Makholm.
Thurs., April 25, 6 p.m.
Meet some of the local artists featured in our spring exhibition: Paul Briggs, Allison Rose Craver, and Tetsuya Yamada.
Tues., April 30 @ 6 p.m.
A community convening hosted by The SEAD Project at the M: storytelling, song, conversation, and art honoring the experiences of elders and community members who identify as part of the Southeast Asian diaspora.
Thurs., May, 2, 6 p.m.
American Craft Council presents a panel conversation with local and national notables in the field on the history and future of writing on craft.
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