Studio Magazine Vol. 15 No. 2
Focal Point: Toni Losey Ray Mackie writes about Toni Losey’s new sculptural explorations.
What's in a Name? Returning to Indigenous names is a powerful step in decolonizing, writes Michael Prokopow.
REVIEW ESSAY: Beauty Out of Beastly Actions Asia Clarke investigates the microbes and viruses that Ruth Cuthand beads as a way of preserving history.
Secret Codes Marilyn Smulders takes a look at African Canadian quilting traditions in Nova Scotia.
Shift/Adapt Izzy Camilleri talks to Leopold Kowolik about her history in fashion and future in adaptive design.
Re-Thinking Access Writer and fibre artist Nancy Johnston speaks with disability arts organizations about their responses to the coronavirus pandemic.
'Untitled' and 'Ode to Queer Black & Brown Weavers' Poems by melannie monoceros, a Winnipeg-based poet and interdisciplinary artist.
We Can Build In Different Ways Personal reflections from designer and educator Sheila Sampath on the value of co-creation.
Portfolio ALLELES Design Studio (Victoria, B.C.)
Omar Badrin (Toronto, Ont.)
Montserrat Duran Muntadas (Montréal, Que.)
Inquiries: Maegen Black The Director of the Canadian Crafts Federation / Fédération canadienne des métiers d’art discusses her work.