Influences/Influencers at Craft in America

The artwork in Influences/Influencers is a dynamic blend of tradition and innovation. Visitors will encounter a diverse array of techniques, from traditional weaving and embroidery to experimental mixed-media approaches.

Wool and Water

Interested in the effects of land use management on wildlife populations in the Adirondacks, Michale Glennon is engaged in researching all that this entails: issues of residential development, recreation ecology, and climate change.

Haystack’s Community Loom

At the end of August 2023, in the two glorious weeks before summer officially ends and everyone girds themselves for a bustling fall, I had the incredibly good fortune to be a visiting curator at Haystack Mountain School of Craft in Deer Isle, Maine. Occupying a writer’s hut on the campus, my goal was to leave with a chunk of my next book written—which just so happens to be on craft schools, so it was a perfect situation.

Fostering Community Through Textile Art

Stitch Buffalo is a nonprofit textile art center in Buffalo, New York that is committed to empowering refugee and immigrant women through the sale of their handcrafted goods, inspiring creativity and inclusion through community education, and stewarding the environment through the re-use of textile supplies.

Bojagi Journey 2023

Bojagi Journey 2023 is an international exhibition of bojagi-inspired works currently on view at the Pacific Northwest Quilt & Fiber Arts Museum in La Conner, Washington, through October 8, 2023.

Customs House Artisan Incubator

The Customs House Artisan Incubator is one of the many residency opportunities managed by Cape Breton Centre for Craft & Design (the Centre) on the island of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. It has been supporting craftspeople on the island for more than 50 years and running residencies for 15.

Story Quilts and Poetry at PHES Gallery

The PHES Gallery in Carlsbad, California, received a Fiber Art Now Gathering Grant in support of their exhibition and poetry reading event for Story Quilts and Poetry, May 21 through July 8, 2023. PHES Gallery is owned by artists and educators Paul Henry and Ellen Speert.

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