Studio Magazine Vol. 10 No. 1
2015 is the Year of Craft in Canada and we are celebrating in Studio. This issue teems with celebrations: Adäka in Yukon, 1001 Pots in Quebec, Naked Craft everywhere – craft and design should be paraded through the streets. We join a glass party in Vancouver and revel in the beauty of the earth of Nova Scotia; we take an extended look at Monumental craft and we have a privileged look at a private Picasso collection. We are especially excited to be the first to announce the 2015 Saidye Bronfman Award winner, and to publish new research that reveals something of Canada’s Arts and Crafts’ era heritage (it’s not as rosy as we might like to think). And, all our regular features show the fantastic work being made and celebrated today in Canada. Craft and design are essential to the history of all Canada’s peoples across our land; 2015 is another chance for us to share this with the whole country. Studio relishes the part we play in that continuing celebration…read on to join the party.