Studio Magazine Vol. 14 No. 1
Remembering Sandra Alfoldy.
Under the Radar
Spotting lesser-known talent in Nunavut - Ugly Fish Design.
Two ways to make a Revolution.
Did You Know?
Michael Prokopow considers revolutionary anniversaries.
Review: Rob Froese
Carmen Belanger reviews an ACAD graduation show.
Review: Then, Now and Next
Lera Kotsyuba reviews an exhibition at the Clay and Glass Gallery.
Marci Rae McDade reviews the Textile Society of America symposium.
A Revolution out of Touch
Ceramist, photographer and writer Rachelle Chinnery reflects on how far craft is going, and what it has left behind.
Susan Edgerley, 2019 Bronfman Award Winner
Dianne Charbonneau celebrates the work of the glass artist and educator, recognized by the Canada Council’s highest honour.
Sowing the Seeds
Bronfman winner Susan Edgerley and the foundation of FUSION & Espace Verre.
Moving Beyond a Modern Craft
Julie Hollenbach wrestles with craft’s cultural blind spots – aspiring for craft beyond modernism, and making beyond appropriation.
50 Years at Sheridan College
The Craft and Design program has had an outsized impact on Canadian (and global) craft. Rachel Gotlieb revisits the history of the founding.
Four Revolutionary Moves
Throughout its history, craft has been revolutionary. Amy Gogarty and Mireille Peron introduce four makers continuing that tradition.
Pride and Protest
Rebecca Gray reports from Otahpiaaki Fashion Week.
At the Border
In a follow up to her article ‘Why I’m done defining Craft’ (Studio FW18-19), Mary Callahan Baumstark gives some examples of change-making makers.