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Supporting the careers of Canadian craftspeople since 1931.
Supporting careers of Canadian craftspeople since 1931.


Digital Edition of Studio Magazine Vol. 11 No. 2

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Editors’ Note


Congratulations and announcements

Under the Radar
Spotting lesser known talent

Eight makers discuss their economics of making

Did you Know?
Michael Prokopow considers contemporary craft retail

Review: Le Labo at L.A.Pai

Lindsay Macdonald reviews an important jewellery exhibition

Review: Sloppy Craft and Amateur Craft

Melanie Girdwood reviews 2 new books


From Western Central Manitoba


Michael Hosaluk

Celebrating the 2016 recipient of the Robert Jekyll Award.

The Paradox of Patronage

Sarah Swan looks into the age-old question of patronage – who can we get to pay and what does support really look like?

Use the Rules like a Maker

Is marketing a dirty word? Stacey Cornelius shows that it’s not only okay to promote, we’re already creatively doing it.

Craft in the Quebec Context

Mylène Blanchet explores the state structures that make Quebec a unique environment for craft development.

From Custom Work to Commissioned Art

Public art commissions do pose challenges to craft but the rewards are available. Ross Bradley considers the Alberta landscape.

Hardcore Craft

Gloria Hickey introduces us to contemporary tattoo culture, revealing another look to craft.

Digital Museology

Marie O’Mahony encounters and explores the interface between digital and analogue museum experiences.

Craft and Design

Kathy Kranias presents the history of two important architectural stained glass makers in Canada after the Second World War.