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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. 13 No. 2

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A personal reflection from Paul Epp.
Introducing contemporary rug-making in Iran.

Did You Know?
Michael Prokopow considers placemaking and the function of home.

Two makers Functioning.

Under the Radar
Spotting lesser-known talent in Ontario – Jake Whillans.
Review: Fait Main | Hand Made 
Bruno Andrus reviews an exhibition from the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec.
Review: Material Remains 
Ray Cronin reviews a textile exhibition at the Mount St Vincent University Art Gallery.
Review: Mentor and Metalsmith 
Bettina Matzkuhn reviews an exhibition at the Craft Council of BC.
in Studio with Zimra Beiner
The Function of Function
Voices of tradition and function in a Whitehorse sewing group are collected by Nicole Bauberger.
Clay Continuum
Heidi McKenzie reflects on the work of Steve Heinemann as he continues to challenge the meaning of function.
Working the Shore
Virginia Stephen meets with Doug Guildford whose practice reshapes functional objects and traditions from the maritime past.
Making, Material, Orientation
Kathy Kranias’s clay sculpture serves many personal creative functions. The maker explains.
Craft + Technology
Marie O’Mahony reveals the craft in the technological fashion of Dutch designer Iris van Herpen and Canadian architect/ artist Philip Beesley.



Crash Pad
Andrew Rabyniuk discusses and reviews Cindy Baker’s performance.

Charged Agency
Julia Krueger and Heather Smith look at the craft of war art.
I’m DONE Defining Craft
Mary Baumstark rejects the need to limit craft.
3 Object Stories
Sarah Swan tells three tales of objects from the world.
The Path We Mean To Build
Terri Fidelak and Katherine Boyer reflect on collaborating and transcending.