Studio Magazine Vol. 17 No. 2
FOCAL POINT PJ Anderson Shaya Ishaq writes about the ceramicist’s explorations of Black futures.
PORCUPINES & BARK
Ray Cronin visits the work of the Quill Sisters as they re-imagine a traditional craft.
THESE FRAGILE TOPOGRAPHIES
A visual presentation of Maureen Gruben’s environment-focused art.
A DISTINCTLY CANADIAN ETHOS
Canadian ceramic artists hold a special regard in the British exhibition No Boundaries, writes Mary-Beth Laviolette.
PROVOCATIONS CRAFT BEYOND THE BINARIES
matt lambert asks how curatorial strategies can be used to disrupt traditional approaches to craft.
A CURIOUS DISCOMFORT
Jill Allan writes about the domestic and erotic in Carissa Baktay’s glass sculptures.
A DETERMINED PLEASURE
Historian Michael Prokopow delves into our attachments to the objects we collect.
Writer Erica Cardwell interviews professor and artist Anthea Black.
PICA AND RECLAIM
Poetry by ceramicist Andrea Charise.
PORTFOLIO Corrine Hunt [Ts’akis (Alert Bay)], B.C., Hanna Yokozawa-Farquharson (Saltcoats, Sask.), Lucus MacDonald (Belfast, P.E.I.)
INQUIRIES CÉCILE BRANCO
The co-founder Fabrique 1840 describes how she relishes problem-solving and enjoys promoting the crafts.