The influence of craft making on American culture and the work of various artists are explored.
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Discover the role craft plays in our winter holiday traditions, rituals, and festivities.
Featuring finely crafted handmade instruments and the world renowned artists who play them
Documenting craft and the military and the power of the handmade to inspire and heal
Industry: Handmade in the Creative Economy
Curator Josephine Shea on Detroit's history of craft artists and institutions
Curator Josephine Shea and Director of the Detroit Insitute of Arts Graham Beal on the Die
David Thomas & Stephanie Mufson of East West Floats on the terra cotta warrior figures
Christine Devlin & Sherlyn Hunter on the People Mover installation using Pewabic tiles
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