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
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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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