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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. 12 No. 1

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Editors’ Note

Congratulations and announcements

Under the Radar
Spotting lesser known talent with guest editor Ray Cronin

Eight makers, all Bronfman Award winners, discuss the role of the reward in their careers

Did you Know?
Michael Prokopow considers Truth and Reconciliation

Review: You are Me

Victoria Henry Reviews Paula Murray in Ottawa

Review: Digital Handmade AND PostDigital Artisans

Janna Hiemstra reviews 2 new books

Introducing a new feature


Making Relationships

Clayton Windatt takes us through the importance of words and the barriers they can erect.

Pamela Ritchie – 2017 Bronfman Winner

Maegen Black celebrates the intimate intricacy of Pamela Ritchie’s jewellery.

Past Present and Future
Seven design and craft experts contemplate various themes that coalesce in today’s objects and practices.

ReWriting or Writing History

Ellyn Walker compares Nadia Myre and Joleen Gordon who are both interested in preserving or recovering traditions.

Illuminating 150 with Silver

Laura Brandon introduces her project to shine light on an often neglected seam in Canada’s cultural history.

Politics of Visual Language

The blue maple leaf at Expo ’67 is only the beginning of a national identity story in glass. Bruno Andrus tells us the tale.

Retiring but never shy

The Executive Directors of two Provincial craft councils are both retiring in 2017. We sat down with them to discuss the state of craft today.